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  1. sky

    • IPA[skī]

    美式

    • n.
      the region of the atmosphere and outer space seen from the earth;heaven; heavenly power
    • v.
      hit (a ball) high into the air;hang (a picture) very high on a wall, especially in an exhibition
    • noun: sky, plural noun: skies

    • verb: sky, 3rd person present: skies, gerund or present participle: skying, past tense: skied, past participle: skied

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the region of the atmosphere and outer space seen from the earth:

      hundreds of stars shining in the sky

      Jillson had never seen so much sky

    • 2. heaven; heavenly power:

      the just vengeance of incensed skies

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. hit (a ball) high into the air:

      he skied his tee shot

    • 2. hang (a picture) very high on a wall, especially in an exhibition:

      a painter's worst fear was that his picture would be skied

    • adv. as if reaching the sky; very high:

    • they saved a president from being blown sky-high

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    • adv. as if reaching the sky; very high:

    • they were blown sky-high

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    • adj.
      not yet practical or profitable:
    • blue-sky research
    • v.
      make impractical or as yet unachievable plans.

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    • n. a member of the clergy:

    • I interviewed sky pilots from every heavenly air force I could locate

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    • n. the sky as it is seen at night-time:

    • a huge firework display lit up the night sky

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    • n. a member of the clergy, especially a military chaplain:

    • I interviewed sky pilots from every heavenly air force I could locate

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    • adj. denoting or located in a place where the darkness of the night sky is relatively free of interference from artificial light:

    • we packed up the telescope and headed for a dark-sky site

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    • n. a sky dappled with rows of small white fleecy (typically cirrocumulus) clouds, like the pattern on a mackerel's back.

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    • IPA[skʌɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      the region of the atmosphere and outer space seen from the earth:
    • hundreds of stars were shining in the sky

      Dorcas had never seen so much sky

    • v.
      hit (a ball) high into the air:
    • he skied his tee shot

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