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  1. prepare

    • IPA[prɪˈpɛː]

    英式

    • v.
      make (something) ready for use or consideration;make (food or a meal) ready for cooking or eating
    • verb: prepare, 3rd person present: prepares, gerund or present participle: preparing, past tense: prepared, past participle: prepared

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (something) ready for use or consideration:

      prepare a brief summary of the article

    • 2. make (food or a meal) ready for cooking or eating:

      she was busy preparing lunch

    • 3. make (a substance) by a chemical reaction or series of reactions:

      alkanes may be prepared by the removal of carbon dioxide from the corresponding carboxylic acid

    • 4. make (someone) ready or able to do or deal with something:

      schools should prepare children for life

      she took time off to prepare for her exams

    • 5. be willing to do something:

      I wasn't prepared to go along with that

    • 6. (in conventional harmony) lead up to (a discord) by means of preparation.
    • adj. made ready for use:

    • he paints over the prepared canvas with brown acrylic to bring out the cracks

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    • adj. made ready for use:

    • he paints over the prepared canvas with brown acrylic to bring out the cracks

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    • v. prepare or produce (something, especially food) in advance:

    • you can pre-prepare the curry paste in bulk and freeze it

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    • ph. make it easier for something to occur or be developed

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    • ph. make it easier for something to occur or be developed

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    • adj. made ready for use with care or effort:

    • plant them on rich and well-prepared soil

      my well-prepared speech vanished into thin air

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    • adj. not ready or prepared for something:

    • his light clothing left him ill-prepared for the rain

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    • n. a piano with objects placed on or between the strings, or some strings retuned, to produce an unusual tonal effect.

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    • IPA[prəˈper]

    美式

    • v.
      make (something) ready for use or consideration:
    • prepare a brief summary of the article

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  2. 知識+

    • prepare 的用法

      prepare for something 人 prepare something 先說第一句和第二句,差別在於,你所準備的...你所準備的是像考試等等不是一件物品東西時,就要加for。 例: I prepare a book (as a gift every Xmas).我每年聖誕節都準備了一本書當禮物。(一...

    • ......is prepared for....

      第一句 I was prepared for studying hard. (過去式) 可解釋成 我為了...prepared是形容詞 (表示你已經準備好了) 第二句 I prepared for studying hard. 可解釋成 我準備努力用功...

    • prepare和stand by有什麼差別?

      prepare (vt)<1>準備 (加for+名詞) The students are preparing for the exam. (vt)<2>做飯 (直接接受詞) The cook ...