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  1. rail

    • IPA[reɪl]

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    • n.
      a bar or series of bars fixed on upright supports or attached to a wall or ceiling, serving as part of a barrier or used to hang things on;the inside boundary fence of a racecourse.
    • v.
      provide or enclose (a space or place) with a rail or rails;convey (goods) by rail
    • noun: rail, plural noun: rails

    • verb: rail, 3rd person present: rails, gerund or present participle: railing, past tense: railed, past participle: railed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a bar or series of bars fixed on upright supports or attached to a wall or ceiling, serving as part of a barrier or used to hang things on:

      a curtain rail

    • 2. the inside boundary fence of a racecourse.
    • 3. a steel bar or continuous line of bars laid on the ground as one of a pair forming a railway track:

      the goods train left the rails

    • 4. railways as a means of transport:

      rail fares

      travelling by rail

    • 5. the edge of a surfboard or sailboard.
    • 6. a horizontal piece in the frame of a panelled door or sash window.
    • 7. a conductor which is maintained at a fixed potential and to which other parts of a circuit are connected:

      the anode must be connected to the positive supply rail

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. provide or enclose (a space or place) with a rail or rails:

      the altar is railed off from the nave

    • 2. convey (goods) by rail:

      perishables were railed into Manhattan

    • 3. (in windsurfing) sail the board on its edge:

      the more you pull down on the boom, the more you rail

    • n. an additional rail supplying electric current, used in some electric railroad systems.

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    • n. any railroad car or wagon.

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    • n. a rail at the edge of something such as a cliff or the deck of a boat that prevents people from falling off:

    • the top bunk has a solid guard rail

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    • n. a rail around the mainmast of a sailing ship, holding belaying pins.

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    • IPA[rāl]

    美式

    • n.
      a bar or series of bars, typically fixed on upright supports, serving as part of a fence or barrier or used to hang things on:
    • a curtain rail
    • v.
      provide or enclose (a space or place) with a rail or rails:
    • the altar is railed off from the nave

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    • IPA[rāl]

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    • n.
      a secretive bird with drab gray and brown plumage, typically having a long bill and found in dense waterside vegetation.

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    • IPA[reɪl]

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    • v.
      complain or protest strongly and persistently about:
    • he railed at human fickleness

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    • IPA[rāl]

    美式

    • v.
      complain or protest strongly and persistently about:
    • he railed at human fickleness

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    • IPA[reɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      a secretive bird with drab grey and brown plumage, typically having a long bill and found in dense waterside vegetation.

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