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  1. patch

    • IPA[paCH]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of cloth or other material used to mend or strengthen a torn or weak point;a pad or shield worn over a sightless or injured eye or an eye socket.
    • v.
      mend or strengthen (fabric or an item of clothing) by putting a piece of material over a hole or weak point in it;place a patch over (a good eye) in order to encourage a lazy eye to work
    • noun: patch, plural noun: patches

    • verb: patch, 3rd person present: patches, gerund or present participle: patching, past tense: patched, past participle: patched

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a piece of cloth or other material used to mend or strengthen a torn or weak point:

      the jacket was of well-worn tweed with leather patches on the elbows

    • 2. a pad or shield worn over a sightless or injured eye or an eye socket.
    • 3. a piece of cloth sewn onto clothing as a badge or distinguishing mark:

      on his sleeve there was a red “Freedom” patch

    • 4. an adhesive piece of drug-impregnated material worn on the skin so that the drug can be absorbed gradually over a period of time:

      once the patch is removed, the drug clears from the body tissue after twenty minutes

    • 5. a small disk of black silk attached to the face, especially as worn by women in the 17th and 18th centuries for adornment.
    • 6. a part of something marked out from the rest by a particular characteristic:

      his hair was combed forward to hide a growing bald patch

    • 7. a small area or amount of something:

      patches of bluebells in the grass

    • 8. a small piece of ground, especially one used for gardening:

      they spent Sundays digging their vegetable patch

    • 9. an area for which someone is responsible or in which they operate:

      we didn't want any secret organizations on our patch

    • 10. a period of time seen as a distinct unit with a characteristic quality:

      he may have been going through a bad patch

    • 11. a temporary electrical or telephone connection.
    • 12. a preset configuration or sound data file in an electronic musical instrument, especially a synthesizer:

      the guitar player has a certain patch on his FX which he's happy with

      synth patches over an endless drum pattern

    • 13. a small piece of code inserted into a program to improve its functioning or to correct an error:

      a program patch that fixes a bug

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. mend or strengthen (fabric or an item of clothing) by putting a piece of material over a hole or weak point in it:

      her jeans were neatly patched

    • 2. place a patch over (a good eye) in order to encourage a lazy eye to work:

      the amblyopia may be treated by patching the good eye

    • 3. correct, enhance, or modify (a routine or program) by inserting a patch.
    • 4. cover small areas of (a surface) with something different, causing it to appear variegated:

      the grass was patched with sandy stretches

    • 5. treat someone's injuries or repair the damage to something, especially hastily:

      they did their best to patch up the gaping wounds

    • 6. construct something hastily from unsuitable components:

      lean-tos patched together from aluminum siding and planks

      they were trying to patch together an arrangement for cooperation

    • 7. restore peaceful or friendly relations after a quarrel or dispute:

      any ill feeling could be patched up with a phone call

      they sent him home to patch things up with his wife

    • 8. connect by a temporary electrical, radio, or telephonic connection:

      Ralph had patched her through to the meeting by walkie-talkie

    • 9. correct, enhance, or modify (a routine or program) by inserting a patch.
    • n. a run of success or good luck:

    • people expect me to score in every game now I've hit a purple patch

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    • n. a run of success or good luck:

    • people expect me to score in every game now I've hit a purple patch

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    • n. a patch impregnated with nicotine, which is worn on the skin by a person trying to give up smoking. Nicotine is gradually absorbed into the bloodstream, helping reduce the craving for cigarettes.

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    • n. a board in a switchboard, computer, or other device with a number of electric sockets that may be connected in various combinations.

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    • n. a small tuft of facial hair directly below a man's lower lip:

    • the 23-year-old has an earring in his left lobe, a soul patch, and a cool demeanor

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    • n. a board in a switchboard, computer, or other device with a number of electric sockets that may be connected in various combinations.

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    • n. a box for holding decorative patches for the face.

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    • n. a box for holding decorative patches for the face.

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    • IPA[patʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of cloth or other material used to mend or strengthen a torn or weak point:
    • the jacket was of well-worn tweed with leather patches on the elbows
    • v.
      mend or strengthen (fabric or clothing) with a patch:
    • her jeans were neatly patched

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