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  1. spread

    • IPA[spred]

    美式

    • v.
      open out (something) so as to extend its surface area, width, or length;stretch out (arms, legs, hands, fingers, or wings) so that they are far apart
    • n.
      the fact or process of spreading over an area;the extent, width, or area covered by something
    • noun: spread, plural noun: spreads

    • verb: spread, 3rd person present: spreads, gerund or present participle: spreading, past tense: spread, past participle: spread

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. open out (something) so as to extend its surface area, width, or length:

      I spread a towel on the sand and sat down

      she helped Chris to spread out the map

    • 2. stretch out (arms, legs, hands, fingers, or wings) so that they are far apart:

      the swan spread its wings

    • 3. extend over a large or increasing area:

      she stood at the window looking at the town spread out below

    • 4. (of a group of people) move apart so as to cover a wider area:

      the Marines spread out across the docks

    • 5. distribute or disperse (something) over a certain area:

      volcanic eruptions spread dust high into the stratosphere

    • 6. gradually reach or cause to reach a larger and larger area or more and more people:

      the violence spread from the city to the suburbs

      she's always spreading rumors about other people

    • 7. (of people, animals, or plants) become distributed over a large or larger area:

      the owls have spread as far north as Yellowknife

    • 8. distribute (something) in a specified way:

      you can spread the payments over as long a period as you like

    • 9. apply (a substance) to an object or surface in an even layer:

      he sighed, spreading jam on a croissant

    • 10. cover (a surface) with a substance in an even layer:

      spread each slice thinly with mayonnaise

    • 11. be able to be applied in an even layer:

      the whipped butter spreads easily

    • 12. lay (a table) for a meal.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the fact or process of spreading over an area:

      warmer temperatures could help reduce the spread of the disease

      the spread of the urban population into rural areas

    • 2. the extent, width, or area covered by something:

      the male's antlers can attain a spread of six feet

    • 3. the wingspan of a bird:

      the red-tailed hawk has a four-and-a-half-foot spread

    • 4. an expanse or amount of something:

      the green spread of the park

    • 5. a large farm or ranch.
    • 6. the range or variety of something:

      a wide spread of ages

    • 7. the difference between two rates or prices:

      the very narrow spread between borrowing and deposit rates

    • 8. short for point spread
    • 9. a soft paste that can be applied in a layer to bread or other food:

      low-fat spreads

      cheese spread

    • 10. an article or advertisement covering several columns or pages of a newspaper or magazine, especially one on two facing pages:

      a double-page spread

    • 11. a large and impressively elaborate meal:

      his mother laid on a huge spread

    • 12. a bedspread:

      a patchwork spread

    • v.
      stretch (someone) out with their arms and legs extended:
    • he lay spread-eagled in the road
    • n.
      an emblematic representation of an eagle with its legs and wings extended.
    • adj.
      stretched out with one's arms and legs extended:
    • prisoners are chained to their beds, spread-eagle, for days at a time

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    • n. a forecast of the number of points by which a stronger team is expected to defeat a weaker one, used for betting purposes.

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    • n. a forecast of the number of points constituting the margin by which a stronger team is expected to defeat a weaker one, used for betting purposes.

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    • n. the two facing middle pages of a newspaper or magazine.

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    • n. the two facing middle pages of a newspaper or magazine.

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    • n. a form of betting in which the bettor wins or loses money according to the margin by which the value of a particular outcome varies from the spread of expected values quoted by the bookmaker.

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    • n. the fat that may accumulate around the areas of the abdomen and buttocks during one's middle age:

    • at 40, you developed something unavoidable called middle-age spread

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    • ph. spread with great speed

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    • IPA[sprɛd]

    英式

    • v.
      open out (something) so as to extend its surface area, width, or length:
    • I spread a towel on the sand and sat down

      she helped Colin to spread out the map

    • n.
      the fact or process of spreading over an area:
    • warmer temperatures could help reduce the spread of the disease

      the spread of the urban population into rural areas

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  2. 知識+

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