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  1. mask

    • IPA[mɑːsk]

    英式

    • n.
      a covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise, or to amuse or frighten others.;a covering made of fibre or gauze and fitting over the nose and mouth to protect against air pollutants, or made of sterile gauze and worn to prevent infection of the wearer or (in surgery) of the patient.
    • v.
      cover (the face) with a mask;conceal (something) from view
    • noun: mask, plural noun: masks

    • verb: mask, 3rd person present: masks, gerund or present participle: masking, past tense: masked, past participle: masked

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise, or to amuse or frighten others.
    • 2. a covering made of fibre or gauze and fitting over the nose and mouth to protect against air pollutants, or made of sterile gauze and worn to prevent infection of the wearer or (in surgery) of the patient.
    • 3. a protective covering fitting over the whole face, worn in fencing, ice hockey, and other sports.
    • 4. a respirator used to filter inhaled air or to supply gas for inhalation.
    • 5. a masked person.
    • 6. a face pack:

      this exfoliating mask helps clear your pores and leaves your skin feeling soft and healthy

    • 7. a likeness of a person's face moulded or sculpted in clay or wax.
    • 8. a person's face regarded as having set into a particular expression:

      his face was a mask of rage

    • 9. a hollow model of a human head worn by ancient Greek and Roman actors.
    • 10. the face or head of a fox or other game animal, as a trophy.
    • 11. a manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings:

      I let my mask of respectability slip

    • 12. a piece of material such as card used to cover a part of an image that is not required when exposing a print.
    • 13. a patterned metal film used in the manufacture of microcircuits to allow selective modification of the underlying material.
    • 14. the enlarged labium of a dragonfly larva, which can be extended to seize prey.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cover (the face) with a mask:

      he had been masked, bound, and abducted

    • 2. conceal (something) from view:

      the poplars masked a factory

    • 3. (of a taste, smell, etc.) prevent the perception of (another sensation):

      brandy did not completely mask the bitter taste

    • 4. cover (an object or surface) so as to protect it during painting:

      mask off doors and cupboards with sheets of plastic

    • adj. wearing a mask on all or part of the face:

    • a raid by masked gunmen

      masked dancers

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    • adj. wearing a mask on all or part of the face:

    • a raid by masked gunmen

      masked dancers

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    • n. a protective mask covering the nose and mouth or nose and eyes.

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    • n. a mask placed over the nose and mouth and connected to a supply of oxygen, used when the body is not able to gain enough oxygen by breathing air, for example at high altitudes, or because of a medical condition.

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    • n. a ball at which participants wear masks to conceal their faces.

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    • n. a protective mask used to cover a person's face as a defence against poison gas.

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    • n. a protective covering for the head and face, with holes for the eyes, nose, and mouth.

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    • n. a plaster cast taken of a dead person's face, used to make a mask or model.

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    • n.
      a covering for all or part of the face, worn as a disguise, or to amuse or terrify other people.
    • v.
      cover (the face) with a mask:
    • he had been masked, bound, and abducted

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