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  1. stare

    • IPA[ster]

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    • v.
      look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one's eyes wide open;(of a person's eyes) be wide open, with a fixed or vacant expression
    • n.
      a long fixed or vacant look
    • noun: stare, plural noun: stares

    • verb: stare, 3rd person present: stares, gerund or present participle: staring, past tense: stared, past participle: stared

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one's eyes wide open:

      he stared at her in amazement

      Robin sat staring into space, her mind numb

    • 2. (of a person's eyes) be wide open, with a fixed or vacant expression:

      her gray eyes stared back at him

    • 3. (of a thing) be unpleasantly prominent or striking:

      the obituaries stared out at us

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long fixed or vacant look:

      she gave him a cold stare

    • n. the legal principle of determining points in litigation according to precedent:

    • a doctrine of stare decisis

      the impact of the case upon the stare decisis

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    • n. a hostile or contemptuous look directed at a particular person:

    • Bruce gave her a death stare that was even detectable through his sunglasses

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    • n. the legal principle of determining points in litigation according to precedent:

    • a doctrine of stare decisis

      the impact of the case upon the stare decisis

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    • n. a hostile or contemptuous look directed at a particular person:

    • Bruce gave her a death stare that was even detectable through his sunglasses

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    • n. a vacant or unfocused gaze into the distance, seen as characteristic of a war-weary or traumatized soldier.

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    • n. a vacant or unfocused gaze into the distance, seen as characteristic of a war-weary or traumatized soldier:

    • on every bench and wall sit silent hunched figures with thousand-yard stares

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    • ph. look fixedly at someone, typically in a hostile or intimidating way, until they feel forced to look away

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    • ph. look fixedly or boldly at someone

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    • IPA[stɛː]

    英式

    • v.
      look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something with one's eyes wide open:
    • he stared at her in amazement

      Robyn sat staring into space, her mind numb

    • n.
      a long fixed or vacant look:
    • she gave him a cold stare

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  2. 知識+

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