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  1. protect

    • IPA[prəˈtekt]

    美式

    • v.
      keep safe from harm or injury;preserve or guarantee by means of formal or legal measures
    • verb: protect, 3rd person present: protects, gerund or present participle: protecting, past tense: protected, past participle: protected

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. keep safe from harm or injury:

      he tried to protect Kelly from the attack

      certain vitamins may protect against heart disease

    • 2. preserve or guarantee by means of formal or legal measures:

      free speech is protected under Article 33 of the Constitution

    • 3. aim to preserve (a threatened species or area) by legislating against hunting, collecting, or development:

      the first federal legislation protecting bison was enacted in 1894

      the wetlands have been protected since 1998

    • 4. shield (a domestic industry) from competition by imposing import duties on foreign goods:

      Japan's Ministry of Trade & Industry erected barriers to protect the country's infant computer industry

    • 5. restrict access to or use of (data or a memory location):

      security products are designed to protect information from unauthorized access

    • adj. preserved from harm, especially by means of formal or legal measures:

    • medical facilities have a special protected status under international law

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    • adj. preserved from harm, especially by means of formal or legal measures:

    • medical facilities have a special protected status under international law

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    • v. protect (a disk) from accidental writing or erasure, as by removing the cover from a notch in the plastic casing of a floppy disk:

    • a write-protected disk

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    • v. protect (a disk) from accidental writing or erasure:

    • a write-protected disk

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    • adj. (of a computer, file, etc.) accessible only to users entering the correct password:

    • the teaching websites are password-protected for all enrolled students

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    • n. a rectangle in the centre of the pitch on which a bowler may not run after delivering the ball.

    • the teaching websites are password-protected for all enrolled students

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    • adj. (of a computer, file, etc.) accessible only to users entering the correct password:

    • the teaching websites are password-protected for all enrolled students

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    • IPA[prəˈtɛkt]

    英式

    • v.
      keep safe from harm or injury:
    • he tried to protect Kelly from the attack

      use a sunscreen that protects against both UVA and UVB

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