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  1. notch

    • IPA[näCH]

    美式

    • n.
      an indentation or incision on an edge or surface;each of a series of holes for the tongue of a buckle
    • v.
      make notches in;secure or insert by means of notches
    • verb: notch, 3rd person present: notches, gerund or present participle: notching, past tense: notched, past participle: notched

    • noun: notch, plural noun: notches

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    • 1. make notches in he notched the stick at each end
    • secure or insert by means of notches she notched her belt tighter
    • 2. score or achieve (something) she notched her second major championship
    • adj.
      marked with a notch or notches: notched bamboo sticks

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      marked with a notch or notches: notched bamboo sticks

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      of the highest quality; excellent: a top-notch hotel their work was top-notch

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    • adj.
      of the highest quality; excellent: a top-notch hotel their work was top-notch

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    • n.
      a filter that attenuates signals within a very narrow band of frequencies.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a filter that attenuates signals within a very narrow band of frequencies.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the increase in the susceptibility of a specimen to fracture caused by a notch.

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    • ph.
      a valley in the White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, noted for its scenery, including a ...

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    英式

    • n.
      an indentation or incision on an edge or surface: there was a notch in the end of the arrow for the bowstring
    • v.
      make notches in: he notched the stick at each end

    Oxford Dictionary