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  1. rule

    • IPA[ro͞ol]

    美式

    • n.
      one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere;a principle that operates within a particular sphere of knowledge, describing or prescribing what is possible or allowable
    • v.
      exercise ultimate power or authority over (an area and its people);(of a feeling) have a powerful and restricting influence on
    • noun: rule, plural noun: rules

    • verb: rule, 3rd person present: rules, gerund or present participle: ruling, past tense: ruled, past participle: ruled

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct within a particular activity or sphere:

      the rules of the game were understood

    • 2. a principle that operates within a particular sphere of knowledge, describing or prescribing what is possible or allowable:

      the rules of grammar

    • 3. a code of practice and discipline for a religious order or community:

      the Rule of St. Benedict

    • 4. control of or dominion over an area or people:

      the revolution brought an end to British rule

    • 5. the normal or customary state of things:

      such accidents are the exception rather than the rule

    • 6. a strip of wood or other rigid material used for measuring length or marking straight lines; a ruler.
    • 7. a thin printed line or dash, generally used to separate headings, columns, or sections of text.
    • 8. short for Australian Rules (football)
    • 9. an order made by a judge or court with reference to a particular case only.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. exercise ultimate power or authority over (an area and its people):

      Latin America today is ruled by elected politicians

      the period in which Spain ruled over Portugal

    • 2. (of a feeling) have a powerful and restricting influence on:

      her whole life seemed to be ruled by fear

    • 3. be a dominant or powerful factor:

      the black market rules supreme

    • 4. be very good or the best:

      Jackie tells me about Hanna's newest band, and says that it absolutely rules

    • 5. (of a planet) have a particular influence over (a sign of the zodiac, house, etc.):

      the tenth House, ruled by Saturn and associated with Capricorn

    • 6. pronounce authoritatively and legally to be the case:

      a federal court ruled that he was unfairly dismissed from his job

    • 7. make parallel lines across (paper):

      rule the pages horizontally and print the information within the rules.

    • adj. (of paper) marked with parallel straight lines:

    • a notepad with ruled pages

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    • adj. (of paper) marked with parallel straight lines:

    • a notepad with ruled pages

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    • plural the standard rules of boxing, originally drawn up in 1867 to govern the sport in Britain.

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    • n. a legislative committee responsible for expediting the passage of bills.

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    • plural the standard rules of boxing, originally drawn up in 1867 to govern the sport in Britain.

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    • n. another term for Australian Rules

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    • n. a form of football played on an oval ground with an oval ball by teams of eighteen players. Official name Australian National football.

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    • n. a form of football played on an oval ground with an oval ball by teams of eighteen players.

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    • IPA[ruːl]

    英式

    • n.
      one of a set of explicit or understood regulations or principles governing conduct or procedure within a particular area of activity:
    • the rules of cricket

      those who did break the rules would be dealt with swiftly

    • v.
      exercise ultimate power or authority over (an area and its people):
    • Latin America today is ruled by elected politicians

      the period in which Spain ruled over Portugal

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  2. 知識+

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    • rule out的意思

      rule out 表「排除;使不可能;使不發生」。 India has ruled out any reduction of troops along its border with Pakistan...

    • [rule by low] & [rule of low]

      ...的英文錯誤太多了,導致我都不清楚你的問題究竟問對了沒有?你要問的是“[rule by low] & [rule of low]”還是“[rule by law] & [rule of law]”? 2005-03-06...