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  1. relay

    • n.
      a group of people or animals engaged in a task or activity for a period of time and then replaced by a similar group;a race between teams of runners, each team member in turn covering part of the total distance
    • v.
      receive and pass on (information or a message);broadcast (something) by passing signals received from elsewhere through a transmitting station
    • noun: relay, plural noun: relays

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    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a group of people or animals engaged in a task or activity for a period of time and then replaced by a similar group the wagons were pulled by relays of horses gangs of workers were sent in relays
    • a race between teams of runners, each team member in turn covering part of the total distance a 550-metre relay race
    • 2. an electrical device, typically incorporating an electromagnet, which is activated by a current or signal in one circuit to open or close another circuit.
    • 3. a device to receive, reinforce, and retransmit a radio or television signal TV transmitters and relay stations
    • a signal or broadcast transmitted by a relay a relay of a performance live from the concert hall

    動詞

    • 1. receive and pass on (information or a message) she intended to relay everything she had learned
    • broadcast (something) by passing signals received from elsewhere through a transmitting station the speech was relayed live from the palace
    • n.
      an event during which a ceremonial torch is carried on a designated route by a succession of ... the Olympic flame will travel to Britain for a 70-day torch relay covering 8,000 miles

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an event during which a ceremonial torch is carried on a designated route by a succession of ... the Olympic flame will travel to Britain for a 70-day torch relay covering 8,000 miles

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • 更多解釋
    • n.
      a group of people or animals engaged in a task or activity for a fixed period of time and then ... the wagons were pulled by relays of horses gangs of workers were sent in relays
    • v.
      receive and pass on (information or a message): she intended to relay everything she had learned

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[rēˈlā]

    美式

    • v.
      lay again or differently: they plan to relay about half a mile of the track

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[riːˈleɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      lay again or differently: they plan to relay about half a mile of the track

    Oxford Dictionary