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  1. return

    • IPA[rəˈtərn]

    美式

    • v.
      come or go back to a place or person;go back to (a particular state or activity)
    • n.
      an act of coming or going back to a place or activity;an act of going back to an earlier state or condition
    • noun: return, plural noun: returns

    • verb: return, 3rd person present: returns, gerund or present participle: returning, past tense: returned, past participle: returned

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. come or go back to a place or person:

      he returned to Canada in the fall

    • 2. go back to (a particular state or activity):

      Ollie had returned to full health

    • 3. turn one's attention back to (something):

      he returned to his newspaper

    • 4. (especially of a feeling) come back or recur after a period of absence:

      her appetite had returned

    • 5. give, put, or send (something) back to a place or person:

      complete the application form and return it to this address

    • 6. feel, say, or do (the same feeling, action, etc.) in response:

      she returned his kiss

    • 7. (in tennis and other sports) hit or send (the ball) back to an opponent:

      the aim is to make the other side unable to return the ball

    • 8. run upfield with the ball after fielding (a kick), intercepting (a pass), or recovering (a fumble):

      they had six passes intercepted—five were returned for touchdowns

    • 9. (of a judge or jury) state or present (a verdict) in response to a formal request:

      the jury returned the unanimous guilty verdict

    • 10. lead (a card of a suit led earlier by one's partner):

      he returned a Diamond won by his partner who now played the 10 of Spades

    • 11. yield or make (a profit):

      the company returned a profit of 4.3 million dollars

    • 12. (of an electorate) elect (a person or party) to office:

      the Democrat was returned in the third district

    • 13. continue (a wall) in a changed direction, especially at right angles.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of coming or going back to a place or activity:

      he celebrated his safe return from the war

      a return flight

    • 2. an act of going back to an earlier state or condition:

      the designer advocated a return to elegance

    • 3. the action of giving, sending, or putting something back:

      we demand the return of our books and papers

    • 4. a play in which the ball is caught after a kick or pass interception and is advanced by running; an advance of this kind.
    • 5. (in tennis and other sports) a stroke played in response to a serve or other stroke by one's opponent.
    • 6. a thing that has been given or sent back, especially an unwanted ticket for a sports event or play:

      it might be worth checking with the box office for returns

    • 7. a ticket that allows someone to travel to a place and back again; a round trip ticket:

      a return ticket to the airport

    • 8. an electrical conductor bringing a current back to its source.
    • 9. a second contest between the same opponents.
    • 10. a profit from an investment:

      product areas are being developed to produce maximum returns

    • 11. a good rate of return.
    • 12. an official report or statement submitted in response to a formal demand:

      census returns

    • 13. an official report of the results of an election:

      falsification of the election return

    • 14. an endorsement or report by a court officer or sheriff on a writ.
    • 15. election to office:

      we campaigned for the return of Young and Elkins

    • 16. a key pressed to move the carriage of an electric typewriter back to a fixed position.
    • 17. a key pressed on a computer keyboard to simulate a carriage return in a word-processing program, or to indicate the end of a command or data string.
    • 18. a part receding from the line of the front, for example the side of a house or of a window opening.
    • n. another term for return

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    • adj. permitting the flow of air or liquid in one direction only:

    • a non-return valve

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    • n. a form on which a taxpayer makes an annual statement of income and personal circumstances, used by the tax authorities to assess liability for tax:

    • you are asked to fill in a tax return at the end of the year

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    • ph. express thanks, especially in a grace at a meal or in response to a toast or condolence

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    • n. each of two lines on either side of the wicket, at right angles to the bowling and popping creases, between which the bowler must deliver the ball.

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    • ph. retaliate by shooting back

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    • adj. permitting the flow of air or liquid in one direction only:

    • a nonreturn valve

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    • n. another term for return

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    • IPA[rɪˈtəːn]

    英式

    • v.
      come or go back to a place or person:
    • he returned to America in the late autumn
    • n.
      an act of coming or going back to a place or activity:
    • he celebrated his safe return from the war

      a return flight

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