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  1. stylus

    • IPA[ˈstīləs]

    美式

    • n.
      a hard point, typically of diamond or sapphire, following a groove in a record and transmitting the recorded sound for reproduction.;a pointed device formerly used to produce a groove in a record when recording sound.
    • noun: stylus, plural noun: styli

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a hard point, typically of diamond or sapphire, following a groove in a record and transmitting the recorded sound for reproduction.
    • a pointed device formerly used to produce a groove in a record when recording sound.
    • 2. an ancient writing implement, consisting of a small rod with a pointed end for scratching letters on wax-covered tablets, and a blunt end for obliterating them.
    • an implement with a pointed end used especially for engraving and tracing.
    • a device resmbling a pen, used to input handwritten text or drawings directly into a computer or for input on a touch-sensitive monitor.