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  1. numb

    • IPA[nʌm]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a part of the body) deprived of the power of physical sensation;unable to think, feel, or respond normally
    • v.
      deprive of feeling or responsiveness;cause (a sensation) to be felt less intensely; deaden
    • verb: numb, 3rd person present: numbs, gerund or present participle: numbing, past tense: numbed, past participle: numbed

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of a part of the body) deprived of the power of physical sensation:

      my feet were numb with cold

    • 2. unable to think, feel, or respond normally:

      the tragic events left us shocked and numb

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. deprive of feeling or responsiveness:

      the cold had numbed her senses

    • 2. cause (a sensation) to be felt less intensely; deaden:

      vodka might numb the pain in my hand

    • n.
      an arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations:
    • think of a number from one to ten and multiply it by three

      even numbers

    • v.
      amount to (a specified figure or quantity); comprise:
    • the demonstrators numbered more than 5,000

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    • n.
      an arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations and for showing order in a series or for identification:
    • she dialed the number carefully

      an even number

    • v.
      amount to (a specified figure or quantity); comprise:
    • the demonstrators numbered more than 5,000

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    • n.
      a person or thing that is the best or the most important in an activity or area:
    • businesses that were number one in their markets
    • adj.
      most important or prevalent; foremost:
    • a number-one priority

      coronary disease is the number-one killer of American men

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    • n.
      a person or thing that is foremost or most important in an activity or area:
    • businesses that were number one in their markets
    • adj.
      most important or prevalent; foremost:
    • a number-one priority

      coronary disease is the number-one killer of American men

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    • n. a second in command:

    • he is currently number two at the Department of Employment

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    • n. a second in command:

    • my conscientious number two in the task force

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    • n. a computer or software capable of performing rapid calculations with large amounts of data.

    • my conscientious number two in the task force

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    • n. an issue of a periodical earlier than the current one.

    • my conscientious number two in the task force

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    • adj.
      deprived of the power of sensation:
    • my feet were numb with cold
    • v.
      deprive of feeling or responsiveness:
    • the cold had numbed her senses

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