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  1. shaft

    • IPA[SHaft]

    美式

    • n.
      a long, narrow part or section forming the handle of a tool or club, the body of a spear or arrow, or a similar implement;an arrow or spear.
    • v.
      (of light) shine in beams;(of a man) have sexual intercourse with (a woman).
    • noun: shaft, plural noun: shafts

    • verb: shaft, 3rd person present: shafts, gerund or present participle: shafting, past tense: shafted, past participle: shafted

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long, narrow part or section forming the handle of a tool or club, the body of a spear or arrow, or a similar implement:

      the shaft of a golf club

      the shaft of a feather

    • 2. an arrow or spear.
    • 3. a column, especially the main part between the base and capital.
    • 4. the part of a boot that covers the leg:

      cowboy boots have a high shaft which almost reaches the top of the calf

    • 5. a long cylindrical rotating rod for the transmission of motive power in a machine.
    • 6. each of the pair of poles between which a horse is harnessed to a vehicle:

      the shafts of a horse-drawn wagon

    • 7. a ray of light or bolt of lightning:

      a shaft of sunlight

    • 8. a sudden flash of a quality or feeling:

      a shaft of inspiration

    • 9. a remark intended to be witty, wounding, or provoking:

      he directs his shafts against her

    • 10. a long, narrow, typically vertical hole that gives access to a mine, accommodates an elevator in a building, or provides ventilation.
    • 11. a penis.
    • 12. harsh or unfair treatment:

      the executives continue to raise their pay while the workers get the shaft

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of light) shine in beams:

      brilliant sunshine shafted through the skylight

    • 2. (of a man) have sexual intercourse with (a woman).
    • 3. treat (someone) harshly or unfairly:

      I suppose she'll get a lawyer and I'll be shafted

    • n. a straight, typically vertical passage admitting air into a mine, tunnel, or building.

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    • n. a bullock used to pull a cart:

    • over went the cart, carrying the shaft bullock with it

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    • n. a vertical shaft in a building through which a lift moves to different levels:

    • he died after falling down a lift shaft

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    • n. (in mining) a small subsidiary vertical shaft:

    • a monkey shaft was then sunk for 7 feet and the easterly drive continued

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    • n. a type of grave found in late Bronze Age Greece and Crete in which the burial chamber is approached by a vertical shaft sometimes lined with stones and roofed over with beams.

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    • n. the power delivered to a propeller or turbine shaft.

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    • n. a deep narrow vertical hole, or sometimes a horizontal tunnel, that gives access to a mine:

    • one member of this party almost vanished down a hidden disused mineshaft

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    • n. a mechanism in which power is transmitted from an engine by means of a driveshaft, especially to the wheels of a vehicle or a boat's propeller:

    • diesel shaft drives

      all shaft-drive bikes tend to jack up and down as the rider adjusts the throttle

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    英式

    • n.
      a long, narrow part or section forming the handle of a tool or club, the body of a spear or arrow, or similar:
    • the shaft of a golf club

      the shaft of a feather

    • v.
      (of light) shine in beams:
    • brilliant sunshine shafted through the skylight

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