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  1. stop

    • IPA[stɒp]

    英式

    • v.
      (of an event, action, or process) come to an end; cease to happen;cease to perform a specified action or have a specified experience
    • n.
      a cessation of movement or operation;a break or halt during a journey
    • noun: stop, plural noun: stops

    • verb: stop, 3rd person present: stops, gerund or present participle: stopping, past tense: stopped, past participle: stopped

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of an event, action, or process) come to an end; cease to happen:

      his laughter stopped as quickly as it had begun

      the rain had stopped and the clouds had cleared

    • 2. cease to perform a specified action or have a specified experience:

      she stopped giggling

      he stopped work for tea

    • 3. abandon a specified practice or habit:

      I've stopped eating meat

    • 4. stop moving or operating:

      he stopped to look at the view

      my watch has stopped

    • 5. (of a bus or train) call at a designated place to pick up or set down passengers:

      main-line trains stop at platform 7

    • 6. stay somewhere for a short time:

      you'll have to stop the night

    • 7. cause (an action, process, or event) to come to an end:

      this harassment has got to be stopped

    • 8. prevent (an action or event) from happening:

      a security guard was killed trying to stop a raid

    • 9. prevent or dissuade (someone) from continuing in an activity or achieving an aim:

      a campaign is under way to stop the bombers

    • 10. prevent (someone or something) from performing a specified action or undergoing a specified experience:

      several attempts were made to stop him giving evidence

      you can't stop me from getting what I want

    • 11. cause or order to cease moving or operating:

      he stopped his car by the house

      police were given powers to stop and search suspects

    • 12. be hit by (a bullet).
    • 13. instruct a bank to withhold payment on (a cheque):

      he grew nervous about the deal and asked his bank manager to stop the cheque

    • 14. refuse to supply as usual; withhold or deduct:

      they stopped the strikers' wages

    • 15. defeat (an opponent) by a knockout:

      he was stopped in the sixth by Tyson

    • 16. pinch back (a plant).
    • 17. block or close up (a hole or leak):

      he tried to stop the hole with the heel of his boot

      the stile has been stopped up

    • 18. put a filling in (a tooth).
    • 19. block the mouth of (a fox's earth) prior to a hunt.
    • 20. plug the upper end of (an organ pipe), giving a note an octave lower.
    • 21. obtain the required pitch from (the string of a violin or similar instrument) by pressing at the appropriate point with the finger.
    • 22. make (a rope) fast with a stopper.
    • 23. be or behave in a particular way:

      ‘Why was she so?’ ‘I don't know, you know how dem old people stop.’

    • 24. remain in a particular state or condition:

      he said I mustn't stop barefooted, so I had to buy a pair of new shoes

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a cessation of movement or operation:

      all business came to a stop

      there were constant stops and changes of pace

    • 2. a break or halt during a journey:

      allow an hour or so for driving and as long as you like for stops

      the flight landed for a refuelling stop

    • 3. a place designated for a bus or train to halt and pick up or set down passengers:

      the bus was pulling up at her stop

    • 4. an object or part of a mechanism which is used to prevent something from moving:

      the shelves have special stops to prevent them from being pulled out too far

    • 5. a punctuation mark, especially a full stop.
    • 6. used in telegrams to indicate a full stop:

      MEET YOU AT THE AIRPORT STOP

    • 7. a consonant produced with complete closure of the vocal tract:

      a bilabial stop

      stop consonants

    • 8. a high card that prevents the opponents from establishing a particular suit; a control:

      if West bids 3♥ now, this will show a heart stop

    • 9. a short length of rope used to secure something; a stopper.
    • 10. a set of organ pipes of a particular tone and range of pitch.
    • 11. a knob, lever, or similar device in an organ or harpsichord which brings into play a set of pipes or strings of a particular tone and range of pitch.
    • 12. the effective diameter of a lens.
    • 13. a device for reducing the effective diameter of a lens.
    • 14. a unit of change of relative aperture or exposure (with a reduction of one stop equivalent to halving it).
    • n. a filling for a tooth.

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    • adj.
      continuing without stopping or pausing:
    • we had two days of almost non-stop rain
    • adv.
      without stopping or pausing:
    • Stephen had been working non-stop
    • n.
      a non-stop flight or train:
    • the airline offers seven non- stops to New York every business day

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    • adj.
      very fast and with only brief pauses:
    • a whistle-stop tour of Britain
    • n.
      a small unimportant town on a railway:
    • she raised five kids in Hornepayne, a whistle stop along the CN Line north of Lake Superior

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    • n. a punctuation mark (.) used at the end of a sentence or an abbreviation.

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    • adj.
      very fast and with only brief pauses:
    • a whistle-stop tour of Britain
    • n.
      a small unimportant town on a railroad:
    • she raised five kids in Hornepayne, a whistle stop along the CN Line north of Lake Superior

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    • n. a red traffic signal.

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    • n.
      the playing of two notes at once on a violin or similar bowed instrument.
    • v.
      play two notes at once on a violin or similar bowed instrument.

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    • n. a list of people deprived of particular rights, privileges, or services, in particular a list of people with whom members of an association are forbidden to do business.

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    • v.
      (of an event, action, or process) come to an end; cease to happen:
    • his laughter stopped as quickly as it had begun

      the rain had stopped and the clouds had cleared

    • n.
      a cessation of movement or operation:
    • all business came to a stop

      there were constant stops and changes of pace

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  2. 知識+

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