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  1. propel

    • IPA[prəˈpɛl]

    英式

    • v.
      drive or push something forwards;spur or drive into a particular situation
    • verb: propel, 3rd person present: propels, gerund or present participle: propelling, past tense: propelled, past participle: propelled

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. drive or push something forwards:

      the boat is propelled by using a very long paddle

      a rocket-propelled grenade launcher

    • 2. spur or drive into a particular situation:

      fear propelled her out of her stillness

    • adj. moving without external propulsion or agency:

    • self-propelling submarines

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    • adj. moving or able to move without external propulsion or agency:

    • a self-propelled weapon

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    • n. a pencil with a plastic or metal case and a thin replaceable lead that may be extended as the point is worn away.

    • a self-propelled weapon

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    • adj. moved by jet propulsion.

    • a self-propelled weapon

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    • adj. moving without external propulsion or agency:

    • self-propelling submarines

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    • adj. moving or able to move without external propulsion or agency:

    • a self-propelled weapon

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    • adj. moved by jet propulsion.

    • a self-propelled weapon

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    • IPA[prəˈpel]

    美式

    • v.
      drive, push, or cause to move in a particular direction, typically forward:
    • the boat is propelled by using a very long paddle

      a rocket-propelled grenade launcher

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