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  1. recess

    • IPA[rɪˈsɛs]

    英式

    • n.
      a small space created by building part of a wall further back from the rest;a hollow space inside something
    • v.
      attach (a fitment) by setting it back into the wall or surface to which it is fixed;(of formal proceedings) be temporarily suspended
    • verb: recess, 3rd person present: recesses, gerund or present participle: recessing, past tense: recessed, past participle: recessed

    • noun: recess, plural noun: recesses

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    動詞

    • 1. attach (a fitment) by setting it back into the wall or surface to which it is fixed the lights are going to be recessed into the ceiling
    • 2. North American (of formal proceedings) be temporarily suspended the talks recessed at 2.15
    • suspend (formal proceedings) temporarily the trial was recessed for the weekend
    • (of an official body) suspend its proceedings for a period of time Parliament recessed for the summer on Tuesday
    • adj.
      (of a fitment or architectural feature) set or built in a recess in the surrounding wall or surface: supplement the light from the chandelier with recessed lights along the perimeter of the room the room has thick timber beams and recessed windows

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a fixture or architectural feature) set or built in a recess in the surrounding wall or surface: supplement the light from the chandelier with recessed lights along the perimeter of the room the room has thick timber beams and recessed windows

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈrēˌses]

    美式

    • n.
      a small space created by building part of a wall further back from the rest: a table set into a recess
    • v.
      attach (a fixture) by setting it back into the wall or surface to which it is fixed: the lights are going to be recessed into the ceiling

    Oxford American Dictionary

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