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  1. riot

    • IPA[ˈrʌɪət]

    英式

    • n.
      a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd;an uproar
    • v.
      take part in a violent public disturbance;behave in an unrestrained way
    • noun: riot, plural noun: riots

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd:

      riots broke out in the capital

      he was convicted on charges of riot and assault

    • 2. an uproar:

      the film's sex scenes caused a riot in Cannes

    • 3. an outburst of uncontrolled feelings:

      a riot of emotions raged through Fabia

    • 4. uncontrolled revelry; rowdy behaviour:

      a young lord leaving the city after a night of riot

    • 5. an impressively large or varied display of something:

      the garden was a riot of colour

    • 6. a highly amusing or entertaining person or thing:

      everyone thought she was a riot

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take part in a violent public disturbance:

      students rioted in Paris

    • 2. behave in an unrestrained way:

      another set of emotions rioted through him

    • 3. act in a dissipated way:

      an unrepentant prodigal son, rioting off to far countries

    • n. a member of a movement of young feminists associated with aggressive punk-style rock music.

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    • n. protective clothing and equipment worn by police or prison officers in situations of crowd violence:

    • officers in riot gear

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    • n. protective clothing and equipment worn by police or prison officers in situations of crowd violence:

    • officers in riot gear

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    • ph. an Act passed by the British government in 1715 and repealed in 1967, designed to prevent civil disorder. The Act made it a felony for an assembly of more than twelve people to refuse to disperse after being ordered to do so and having been read a specified section of the Act by lawful authority.

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    • n. a member of a movement of young feminists associated with aggressive punk-style rock music.

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    • ph. a law passed by the British government in 1715 and repealed in 1967, designed to prevent civil disorder. The act made it a felony for an assembly of more than twelve people to refuse to disperse after being ordered to do so and having been read a specified section of the act by lawful authority.

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    • behave in a violent and unrestrained way

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    • n. a public outbreak of violence due to racial antagonism.

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    • IPA[ˈrīət]

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    • n.
      a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd:
    • riots broke out in the capital

      riot police

    • v.
      take part in a violent public disturbance:
    • students rioted in Paris

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