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  1. muster

    • IPA[ˈmʌstə]

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    • v.
      assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle;(of troops) gather for inspection or in preparation for battle
    • n.
      a formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise;short for muster roll
    • noun: muster, plural noun: musters

    • verb: muster, 3rd person present: musters, gerund or present participle: mustering, past tense: mustered, past participle: mustered

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle:

      17,000 men had been mustered on Haldon Hill

    • 2. (of troops) gather for inspection or in preparation for battle:

      the cavalrymen mustered beside the other regiments

    • 3. (of a group of people) gather together:

      reporters mustered outside her house

    • 4. round up (livestock):

      my father needed help with mustering sheep

    • 5. collect or assemble (a number or amount):

      he could fail to muster a majority

    • 6. summon up (a feeling, attitude, or response):

      he replied with as much dignity as he could muster

      I finally mustered up the courage to call them

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise:

      he attended the musters, which were called to train all able-bodied men

      a meeting was held to fix the times and places of muster

    • 2. short for muster roll
    • 3. a rounding up of livestock:

      a cattle muster

    • 4. the number of people attending a meeting.
    • 5. a group of peacocks:

      the sound was like the cry of a muster of peacocks

    • be accepted as adequate or satisfactory

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    • n. an official list of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company.

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    • n. a rounding up of livestock using a helicopter:

    • the kings of the rope and saddle have been replaced by helicopter musters

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    • n. an event in which pickup trucks and other utility vehicles are brought together for display and competition:

    • the town is home to a popular country music festival and ute muster held in April

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    • n. an area of a ship where passengers are directed to assemble in an emergency:

    • everybody was told to go to the muster stations and given life jackets

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    • n. a collection of contributions of money from a group of people, particularly to buy drinks or for a charitable purpose:

    • it looked like a tarpaulin muster would be needed to help cover the deficit

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    • n. a book in which military personnel were registered.

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    • n. an official list of officers and men in a military unit or ship's company.

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    • v.
      assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle:
    • 17,000 men had been mustered on Haldon Hill
    • n.
      a formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise:
    • he attended the musters, which were called to train all able-bodied men

      a meeting was held to fix the times and places of muster

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