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  1. surface

    • IPA[ˈsəːfɪs]

    英式

    • n.
      the outside part or uppermost layer of something;the level top of something
    • adj.
      relating to or found on the surface of something;denoting ships which travel on the surface of the water as distinct from submarines
    • v.
      rise or come up to the surface of the water or the ground;come to people's attention; become apparent
    • noun: surface, plural noun: surfaces

    • verb: surface, 3rd person present: surfaces, gerund or present participle: surfacing, past tense: surfaced, past participle: surfaced

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the outside part or uppermost layer of something:

      the earth's surface

      poor road surfaces

    • 2. the level top of something:

      roll out the dough on a floured surface

    • 3. the area of an outer part or uppermost layer of something:

      the surface area of a cube

    • 4. the upper limit of a body of liquid:

      fish floating on the surface of the water

    • 5. the outward appearance of someone or something, especially as distinct from less obvious aspects:

      Tom was a womanizer, but on the surface he remained respectable

      surface appearances

    • 6. a continuous set of points that has length and breadth but no thickness.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. relating to or found on the surface of something:

      surface layers

    • 2. denoting ships which travel on the surface of the water as distinct from submarines:

      the surface fleet

    • 3. carried by or denoting transportation by sea or overland rather than by air:

      surface mail

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. rise or come up to the surface of the water or the ground:

      he surfaced from his dive

    • 2. come to people's attention; become apparent:

      the row first surfaced two years ago

    • 3. (of a person) appear after having been asleep:

      it was almost 11.30 before Anthony surfaced

    • 4. provide (something, especially a road) with a particular surface:

      a small path surfaced with terracotta tiles

    • adj. having an outside part or upper layer, especially of a specified kind:

    • the upgrading of gravel roads to surfaced roads

      cheap, rough-surfaced paper

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    • adj. having an outside part or upper layer, especially of a specified kind:

    • the upgrading of gravel roads to surfaced roads

      cheap, rough-surfaced paper

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    • n. water that collects on the surface of the ground.

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    • n. water that collects on the surface of the ground.

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    • n. (in generative grammar) the structure of a well-formed phrase or sentence in a language, as opposed to its underlying abstract representation:

    • rules of transformation change deep structure into surface structure

      those types of sentences which have deep structures identical to their surface structures will be called base sentences

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    • adj. (of an electronic component) having leads that are designed to be soldered on the side of a circuit board that the body of the component is mounted on.

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    • n. extraneous noise in playing a phonograph record, caused by imperfections in the grooves or in the pickup system.

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    • adj. (of an electronic component) having leads that are designed to be soldered on the side of a circuit board that the body of the component is mounted on.

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    • IPA[ˈsərfəs]

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    • n.
      the outside part or uppermost layer of something (often used when describing its texture, form, or extent):
    • the earth's surface

      poor road surfaces

    • adj.
      relating to or occurring on the upper or outer part of something:
    • surface workers at the copper mines
    • v.
      rise or come up to the surface of the water or the ground:
    • he surfaced from his dive

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