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  1. sub

    • IPA[sʌb]

    英式

    • n.
      a submarine;short for submarine sandwich
    • v.
      replace or be replaced; substitute;lend or advance a sum to (someone) against expected income
    • verb: sub, 3rd person present: subs, gerund or present participle: subbing, past tense: subbed, past participle: subbed

    • noun: sub, plural noun: subs

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a submarine the yachtsman claimed his boat had been sunk by a sub
    • North American short for submarine sandwich
    • 2. British a subscription the annual sub for the golf club will be £200
    • 3. a substitute, especially in a sporting team the team pulled back with a goal from sub Chris Malkin
    • 4. British a subeditor the chief sub would be responsible for the look of the paper
    • 5. British an advance or loan against expected income ‘I've got no money.’ ‘Want a sub?’

    動詞

    • 1. replace or be replaced; substitute he got a lot of applause when he was subbed he subbed for Armstrong at some gigs
    • 2. British lend or advance a sum to (someone) against expected income who'll sub me till Thursday?
    • 3. subedit his copy was mercilessly subbed and rewritten
    • pref.
      at, to, or from a lower level or position: subalpine sub-basement

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pref.
      at, to, or from a lower level or position: subalpine

    Oxford Dictionary

    • abbr
      subordinated.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      happening or done in secret: sub rosa inspections
    • adv.
      in secret: the committee operates sub rosa

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      relating to or denoting the fourth climatic stage of the postglacial period in northern Europe, ... the development of Early Metal Age cultures took place under a Sub-Boreal climate
    • n.
      the fourth climatic stage of the postglacial period in northern Europe, between the Atlantic ... these flora are relatively infrequent during the Boreal and Atlantic, but frequent again in the Sub-Boreal and Sub-Atlantic

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      happening or done in secret: sub rosa inspections
    • adv.
      in secret: the committee operates sub rosa

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      relating to swimming or exploring under water, especially with an aqualung: sub-aqua equipment
    • n.
      underwater swimming or exploration with an aqualung: the sea is warm, blue, and incredibly clear—ideal for sub-aqua

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      relating to or denoting the fourth climatic stage of the postglacial period in northern Europe, ... the development of Early Metal Age cultures took place under a Sub-Boreal climate
    • n.
      the fourth climatic stage of the postglacial period in northern Europe, between the Atlantic ... these flora are relatively infrequent during the Boreal and Atlantic, but frequent again in the Sub-Boreal and Sub-Atlantic

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[səb]

    美式

    • n.
      a submarine: the yachtsman claimed his boat had been sunk by a sub
    • v.
      act as a substitute for someone: he subbed for Scott as weatherman

    Oxford American Dictionary