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  1. stay

    • IPA[steɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      a large rope, wire, or rod used to support a ship's mast, leading from the masthead to another mast or spar or down to another part of the ship;a guy or rope supporting a flagstaff or other upright pole.
    • v.
      secure or steady (a mast) by means of stays
    • verb: stay, 3rd person present: stays, gerund or present participle: staying, past tense: stayed, past participle: stayed

    • noun: stay, plural noun: stays

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a large rope, wire, or rod used to support a ship's mast, leading from the masthead to another mast or spar or down to another part of the ship I eased off on the line while Patrick took up the tension on the side stays the lack of stays to stiffen the masts leaves them with springiness
    • a guy or rope supporting a flagstaff or other upright pole.
    • a supporting wire or cable on an aircraft.

    動詞

    • 1. secure or steady (a mast) by means of stays we stayed the mast on the starboard side by shifting the halyard