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  1. mother

    • IPA[ˈmʌðə]

    英式

    • n.
      a woman in relation to her child or children;a female animal in relation to its offspring
    • v.
      bring up (a child) with care and affection;look after (someone) kindly and protectively, sometimes excessively so
    • noun: mother, plural noun: mothers

    • verb: mother, 3rd person present: mothers, gerund or present participle: mothering, past tense: mothered, past participle: mothered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a woman in relation to her child or children:

      she returned to Bristol to nurse her ageing mother

      a mother of three

    • 2. a female animal in relation to its offspring:

      a mother penguin

    • 3. (especially as a form of address) an elderly woman.
    • 4. denoting an institution or organization from which others of the same type derive:

      the initiatives were based on the experience of the mother company

    • 5. (especially as a title or form of address) the head of a female religious community.
    • 6. short for motherfucker
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bring up (a child) with care and affection:

      she didn't know how to mother my brother and he was very sensitive

      he found a beautiful wife that mothered his children

    • 2. look after (someone) kindly and protectively, sometimes excessively so:

      she mothered her husband, insisting he should take cod liver oil in the winter

    • 3. give birth to:

      she's mothered two foals that have gone on to be impressive dressage competitors

    • n. the Roman Catholic Church, regarded as a mother in its functions of nourishing and protecting the believer:

    • they have been loyal servants to Mother Church

      the traditional teachings of Holy Mother Church

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    • n. a person or animal which takes on all or part of the role of mother to another person or animal.

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    • n. a long, loose-fitting, shapeless woman's dress or undergarment.

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    • n. a large spacecraft or ship from which smaller craft are launched or maintained:

    • a mother ship accompanies a small fleet of yachts

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    • n. the female leader of a den of Cub Scouts.

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    • n. the female leader of a den of Cub Scouts.

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    • n. a person, animal, or thing that takes on all or part of the role of mother to another person or animal.

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    • n. a principal vein of an ore or mineral.

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    • IPA[ˈməT͟Hər]

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    • n.
      a woman in relation to her child or children:
    • she returned to Bristol to nurse her aging mother

      a mother of three

    • v.
      bring up (a child) with care and affection:
    • she didn't know how to mother my brother and he was very sensitive

      he found a beautiful wife that mothered his children

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