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  1. sun

    • IPA[sən]

    美式

    • n.
      the star around which the earth orbits;any star in the universe that is similar to the sun, with or without planets.
    • v.
      sit or lie in the sun;expose (something) to the sun, especially to warm or dry it
    • noun: sun, plural noun: suns

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the star around which the earth orbits:

      the sun shone from a cloudless sky

      he watched the sun go down over the sea

    • 2. any star in the universe that is similar to the sun, with or without planets.
    • 3. the light or warmth received from the earth's sun:

      we sat outside in the sun

    • 4. a person or thing regarded as a source of glory, inspiration, or understanding:

      the rhetoric faded before the sun of reality

    • 5. used with reference to someone's success or prosperity:

      the sun of the Plantagenets went down in clouds

    • 6. a day or a year:

      after going so many suns without food, I was sleeping

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. sit or lie in the sun:

      Buzz could see Clare sunning herself on the terrace below

    • 2. expose (something) to the sun, especially to warm or dry it:

      the birds are sunning their wings

    • abbr Sunday.

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    • abbr Sunday.

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    • n. the deck, or part of a deck, of a yacht or cruise ship that is open to the sky.

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    • n. the deck, or part of a deck, of a yacht or cruise ship that is open to the sky.

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    • n. an imaginary sun conceived as moving through the sky throughout the year at a constant speed equal to the mean rate of the real sun, used in calculating solar time.

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    • adj. (especially of food) dried in the sun, rather than by artificial heat:

    • sun-dried tomatoes

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    • adj. (of a place) receiving a great deal of sunlight:

    • the sun-drenched beaches of Southern California

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    • n. a creamy preparation spread over the skin to protect it from sunburn:

    • the report advises the use of sun cream and wide-brimmed hats

      look for sun creams specially formulated for babies and children

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    • IPA[sʌn]

    英式

    • n.
      the star round which the earth orbits:
    • the sun shone from a cloudless sky

      he watched the sun go down over the sea

    • v.
      sit or lie in the sun:
    • Buzz could see Clare sunning herself on the terrace below

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  2. 知識+

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