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  1. short

    • IPA[ʃɔːt]

    英式

    • adj.
      measuring a small distance from end to end;(of a journey) covering a small distance
    • adv.
      (chiefly in sport) at, to, or over a relatively small distance;not as far as the point aimed at; not far enough
    • n.
      a drink of spirits served in a small measure.;a short film as opposed to a feature film.
    • v.
      short-circuit or cause to short-circuit;sell (stocks or other securities or commodities) in advance of acquiring them, with the aim of making a profit when the price falls
    • verb: short, 3rd person present: shorts, gerund or present participle: shorting, past tense: shorted, past participle: shorted

    • noun: short, plural noun: shorts

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    形容詞

    副詞

    • 1. (chiefly in sport) at, to, or over a relatively small distance you go deep and you go short
    • not as far as the point aimed at; not far enough all too often you pitch the ball short

    名詞

    • 1. British a drink of spirits served in a small measure.
    • 2. a short film as opposed to a feature film.
    • 3. a short sound such as a short signal in Morse code or a short vowel or syllable her call was two longs and a short
    • 4. a short circuit.
    • 5. a person who sells short.
    • short-dated stocks.
    • 6. a mixture of bran and coarse flour.

    動詞

    • 1. short-circuit or cause to short-circuit the electrical circuit had shorted out if the contact terminals are shorted, the battery quickly overheats
    • 2. sell (stocks or other securities or commodities) in advance of acquiring them, with the aim of making a profit when the price falls the rule prevents sellers from shorting a stock unless the last trade resulted in a price increase