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  1. plead

    • IPA[pliːd]

    英式

    • v.
      make an emotional appeal;present and argue for (a position), especially in court or in another public context
    • verb: plead, 3rd person present: pleads, gerund or present participle: pleading, past tense: pleaded, past participle: pleaded

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make an emotional appeal:

      she pleaded with them not to gag the boy

      ‘Don't go,’ she pleaded

    • 2. present and argue for (a position), especially in court or in another public context:

      the idea that in public relations work someone is paid to plead a special case is disliked

    • 3. address a court as an advocate on behalf of a party:

      the Constitution prohibits a retired Supreme Court judge from pleading before any court

    • 4. state formally in court whether one is guilty or not guilty of the offence with which one is charged:

      the youth pleaded guilty to murdering the girl

    • 5. invoke (a reason or a point of law) as an accusation or defence:

      on trial for attempted murder, she pleaded self-defence

    • 6. offer or present as an excuse for doing or not doing something:

      he pleaded family commitments as a reason for not attending

    • v. North American, Scottish, or dialect past and past participle of plead

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    • v. North American, Scottish, or dialect past and past participle of plead

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    • (in the US) exercise the right, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, of refusing to answer questions in order to avoid incriminating oneself

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    • (in the US) exercise the right, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, of refusing to answer questions in order to avoid incriminating oneself

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    • (in the US) exercise the right, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, of refusing to answer questions in order to avoid incriminating oneself

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    • (in the US) exercise the right, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, of refusing to answer questions in order to avoid incriminating oneself

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    • IPA[plēd]

    美式

    • v.
      make an emotional appeal:
    • “Don't go,” she pleaded

      Anne pleaded to go with her

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  2. 知識+

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