- the state of having, owning, or controlling something；visible power or control over something, as distinct from lawful ownership; holding or occupancy as distinct from ownership
noun: possession, plural noun: possessions
- 1. the state of having, owning, or controlling something she had taken possession of the sofa the book came into my possession 同義詞
- ▪ visible power or control over something, as distinct from lawful ownership; holding or occupancy as distinct from ownership the landlord wishes to gain possession of the accommodation 同義詞
- ▪ informal the state of possessing an illegal drug they're charged with possession
- ▪ (in soccer, rugby, and other ball games) temporary control of the ball by a player or team the ball hit a defender and Brown's quick reaction put him in possession
- 2. something that is owned or possessed I had no money or possessions that photograph was Bert's most precious possession 同義詞
- ▪ a territory or country controlled or governed by another France's former colonial possessions 同義詞
- 3. the state of being controlled by a demon or spirit they said prayers to protect the people inside the hall from demonic possession
- ▪ the state of being completely dominated by an idea or emotion fear took possession of my soul
sb+be in possession of+sth ex. The gang was caught in possession of stolen goods. (這夥人被捸住，人贓俱獲。)She is in possession of the house. (她是那房子的持有人。) sth+come into one's possession ex. On...
...引申義」自然可以推衍得出來，而相似字之間些微的差距也可以分辨了。 possession: possession是從「possess」這個動詞衍生出來的，possess 是「佔有；擁有(財產...
attain = 取得 at least = 最少 possession = 控球比率 「取得最少60%控球比率」