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  1. parade

    • IPA[pəˈreɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event;a formal march or gathering of troops for inspection or display
    • v.
      (of troops) assemble for a formal inspection or ceremonial occasion;walk or march through a public place in a formal procession or in an ostentatious way
    • noun: parade, plural noun: parades

    • verb: parade, 3rd person present: parades, gerund or present participle: parading, past tense: paraded, past participle: paraded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event:

      a St George's Day parade

      the festival began with a parade of the competitors

    • 2. a formal march or gathering of troops for inspection or display:

      a military parade

      the men massed for parade

    • 3. a series of people or things appearing or being displayed one after the other:

      the parade of Hollywood celebrities who troop on to his show

    • 4. a boastful or ostentatious display:

      a pompous parade of erudition

    • 5. a public square or promenade:

      we were walking along South Parade

    • 6. a row of shops:

      a shopping parade

    • 7. a parade ground.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of troops) assemble for a formal inspection or ceremonial occasion:

      the recruits were due to parade that day

    • 2. walk or march through a public place in a formal procession or in an ostentatious way:

      officers will parade through the town centre

      carefree young men were parading the streets

    • 3. display (someone or something) while marching or moving around a place:

      they paraded national flags

    • 4. display (something) in order to impress or attract attention:

      he paraded his knowledge

    • 5. appear falsely as; masquerade as:

      these untruths parading as history

    • n. a circuit at a racecourse round which horses can be walked to warm up before a race.

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    • n. an event in which a series of people appear one after another modelling clothes for an audience:

    • the pupils took part in a fashion parade

      music festivals are more of a fashion parade than anything else these days

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    • n. a military parade in full dress uniform.

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    • n. a group of people including a suspect for a crime assembled for the purpose of having an eyewitness identify the suspect from among them.

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    • n. a weekly listing of the current bestselling pop records.

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    • n. a place where troops gather for parade.

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    • taking part in a parade

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    • n. a weekly listing of the current bestselling pop records.

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    • IPA[pəˈrād]

    美式

    • n.
      a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event and including marching bands and floats:
    • the festival began with a parade of the competitors
    • v.
      walk or march in public in a formal procession or in an ostentatious or attention-seeking way:
    • officers will parade through the town center

      carefree young men were parading the streets

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