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  1. second

    • IPA[ˈsɛk(ə)nd]

    英式

    • ordi
      constituting number two in a sequence; coming after the first in time or order; 2nd;secondly (used to introduce a second point or reason)
    • v.
      formally support or endorse (a nomination or resolution or its proposer) as a necessary preliminary to adoption or further discussion;express agreement with
    • noun: second, plural noun: seconds

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    • 片語
    • ordi
    • 1. constituting number two in a sequence; coming after the first in time or order; 2nd:

      he married for a second time

      Herbert was the second of their six children

    • 2. secondly (used to introduce a second point or reason):

      second, they are lightly regulated; and third, they do business with non-resident clients

    • 3. an interval spanning two consecutive notes in a diatonic scale.
    • 4. the note which is higher by a second interval than the tonic of a diatonic scale or root of a chord.
    • 5. the second in a sequence of a vehicle's gears:

      he took the corner in second

    • 6. second base.
    • 7. the second form of a school or college.
    • 8. a second course or second helping of food at a meal.
    • 9. denoting someone or something regarded as comparable to or reminiscent of a better-known predecessor:

      a fear that the conflict would turn into a second Vietnam

    • 10. subordinate or inferior in position, rank, or importance:

      it was second only to Copenhagen among Baltic ports

      he is a writer first and a scientist second

    • 11. additional to that already existing, used, or possessed:

      a second home

      French as a second language

    • 12. the second finisher or position in a race or competition:

      he finished second

    • 13. a place in the second grade in an examination, especially for a degree.
    • 14. performing a lower or subordinate of two or more parts for the same instrument or voice:

      the second violins

    • 15. goods of an inferior quality.
    • 16. the reserve team of a sports club.
    • 17. coarse flour, or bread made from it.
    • 18. an attendant assisting a combatant in a duel or boxing match.
    • 19. a Cub or Brownie chosen by their pack to assist the Sixer and replace them when they are absent.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. formally support or endorse (a nomination or resolution or its proposer) as a necessary preliminary to adoption or further discussion:

      Bridgeman seconded Maxwell's motion calling for the reform

    • 2. express agreement with:

      her view is seconded by most Indian leaders today

    • 3. support; back up:

      so well was he seconded by the multitude of labourers at his command

    • card equivalent to the sum of one and one; one less than three; 2:

    • two years ago

      a romantic weekend for two in Paris

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    • card equivalent to the sum of one and one; one less than three; 2:

    • two years ago

      a romantic weekend for two in Paris

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    • n.
      a set of people or things grouped together as the second best.
    • adj.
      of the second-best quality or in the second division:
    • we will not be relegated to any second-class status

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    • n.
      a set of people or things grouped together as the second best.
    • adj.
      of the second-best quality or in the second division:
    • until 1914 women were thought of as second-class citizens

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    • ordi
      constituting number two in a sequence; coming after the first in time or order; 2nd:
    • he married for a second time

      Herbie was the second of their six children

    • v.
      formally support or endorse (a nomination or resolution or its proposer) as a necessary preliminary to adoption or further discussion:
    • Bertonazzi seconded Birmingham's nomination

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    • n.
      a sixtieth of a minute of time, which as the SI unit of time is defined in terms of the natural periodicity of the radiation of a cesium-133 atom.

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    • IPA[ˈsɛk(ə)nd]

    英式

    • n.
      a sixtieth of a minute of time, which as the SI unit of time is defined in terms of the natural periodicity of the radiation of a caesium-133 atom.

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    • IPA[səˈkänd]

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    • v.
      transfer (a military officer or other official or worker) temporarily to other employment or another position:
    • I was seconded to a public relations unit

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    • IPA[sɪˈkɒnd]

    英式

    • v.
      transfer (a military officer or other official or worker) temporarily to other employment or another position:
    • I was seconded to a public relations unit

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