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  1. scheme

    • IPA[skiːm]

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    • n.
      a large-scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining a particular object or putting a particular idea into effect;a secret or underhand plan; a plot
    • v.
      make plans, especially in a devious way or with intent to do something illegal or wrong;think; suppose
    • noun: scheme, plural noun: schemes

    • verb: scheme, 3rd person present: schemes, gerund or present participle: scheming, past tense: schemed, past participle: schemed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a large-scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining a particular object or putting a particular idea into effect:

      the occupational sick pay scheme

    • 2. a secret or underhand plan; a plot:

      police uncovered a scheme to steal paintings worth more than $250,000

    • 3. a particular ordered system or arrangement:

      a classical rhyme scheme

    • 4. an estate of social housing:

      the whole scheme is plunged into darkness, bar the light in Victor's house

      Sheila and me were in that gang on the scheme

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make plans, especially in a devious way or with intent to do something illegal or wrong:

      he schemed to bring about the collapse of the government

    • 2. think; suppose:

      I scheme it could work

    • 3. arrange according to a colour scheme:

      she was busy arranging flowers, scheming the candles and napkins

    • n. an arrangement or combination of colours, especially one used in interior decoration:

    • a brown or gold colour scheme

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    • n. an arrangement or combination of colors, especially as used in interior decoration:

    • a cool, simple color scheme

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    • n. a form of investment (illegal in the US and elsewhere) in which each paying participant recruits two further participants, with returns being given to early participants using money contributed by later ones.

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    • n. a scheme to promote rural development by establishing farmers in underdeveloped areas:

    • they aimed to place as many people as possible on the land by establishing government-assisted settlement schemes

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    • n. the ordered pattern of rhymes at the ends of the lines of a poem or verse.

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    • n. an arrangement under which a company makes extra payments to employees to reward good performance:

    • additional incentive schemes are linked to customer satisfaction levels

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    • n. a system for awarding points for correct answers or for proficiency in an examination or competition:

    • students can view their exam papers to see how the marking scheme was applied

      these tests are not as objective as the marking system suggests

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    • n. a form of fraud in which belief in the success of a non-existent enterprise is fostered by the payment of quick returns to the first investors from money invested by later investors:

    • a classic Ponzi scheme built on treachery and lies

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    • n.
      a large-scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining a particular object or putting a particular idea into effect:
    • a clever marketing scheme
    • v.
      make plans, especially in a devious way or with intent to do something illegal or wrong:
    • he schemed to bring about the collapse of the government

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