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  1. rest

    • IPA[rɛst]

    英式

    • v.
      cease work or movement in order to relax, sleep, or recover strength;allow to be inactive in order to regain strength or health
    • n.
      an instance or period of resting;a motionless state
    • noun: rest, plural noun: rests

    • verb: rest, 3rd person present: rests, gerund or present participle: resting, past tense: rested, past participle: rested

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cease work or movement in order to relax, sleep, or recover strength:

      he needed to rest after the feverish activity

      I'm going to rest up before travelling to England

    • 2. allow to be inactive in order to regain strength or health:

      her friend read to her while she rested her eyes

    • 3. (of a body) lie buried:

      the king's body rested in his tomb

    • 4. used euphemistically by actors to indicate that they are out of work:

      she was an actress but doing domestic work while she was resting

    • 5. leave (a player) out of a team temporarily:

      both men were rested for the cup final

    • 6. (of a problem or subject) be left without further investigation or discussion:

      the council has urged the planning committee not to allow the matter to rest

    • 7. allow (land) to lie fallow:

      the field should be grazed or rested

    • 8. be placed or supported so as to stay in a specified position:

      her elbow was resting on the arm of the sofa

    • 9. place (something) so that it is supported in a specified position:

      he rested a hand on her shoulder

    • 10. (of a look) alight or be steadily directed on:

      his eyes rested briefly on the boy

    • 11. be based on; depend on:

      the country's security rested on its alliances

    • 12. place hope, trust, or confidence on or in:

      she rested her hopes in her attorney

    • 13. be the responsibility of or belong to a specified person:

      the final say rests with the regional assemblies

    • 14. conclude presentation of either party's case in a suit or prosecution:

      the prosecution rests

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an instance or period of resting:

      you look as though you need a rest

      a couple of days of complete rest

    • 2. a motionless state:

      the car accelerates rapidly from rest

    • 3. an interval of silence of a specified duration.
    • 4. the sign denoting a musical rest.
    • 5. a pause in speech or verse.
    • 6. an object that is used to support something:

      a shoulder rest

    • 7. a support or hook for a telephone receiver when not in use:

      carefully the receiver was replaced on the rest

    • 8. a support for a cue in billiards or snooker.
    • n. a roadside area with restrooms and other facilities for the use of motorists; a lay-by.

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    • n. a musical rest lasting the length of a half note:

    • it is easy to insert a double whole note or a half rest

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    • n. a support for a seated person's leg.

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    • n. the mass of a body when at rest.

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    • not moving or exerting oneself

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    • n. a support for a seated person's leg.

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    • IPA[rest]

    美式

    • v.
      cease work or movement in order to relax, refresh oneself, or recover strength:
    • he needed to rest after the feverish activity

      I'm going to rest up before traveling to England

    • n.
      an instance or period of relaxing or ceasing to engage in strenuous or stressful activity:
    • you look as though you need a rest

      a couple of days of complete rest

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    • IPA[rɛst]

    英式

    • n.
      the remaining part of something:
    • what do you want to do for the rest of your life?

      I'll tell you the rest tomorrow night

    • v.
      remain or be left in a specified condition:
    • you can rest assured she will do everything she can

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    • IPA[rest]

    美式

    • n.
      the remaining part of something:
    • what do you want to do for the rest of your life?

      I'll tell you the rest tomorrow night

    • v.
      remain or be left in a specified condition:
    • you can rest assured she will do everything she can to help her

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