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  1. sustain

    • IPA[səˈstān]

    美式

    • v.
      strengthen or support physically or mentally;bear (the weight of an object) without breaking or falling
    • n.
      an effect or facility on a keyboard or electronic instrument whereby a note can be sustained after the key is released.
    • verb: sustain, 3rd person present: sustains, gerund or present participle: sustaining, past tense: sustained, past participle: sustained

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. strengthen or support physically or mentally:

      this thought had sustained him throughout the years

    • 2. bear (the weight of an object) without breaking or falling:

      he sagged against her so that she could barely sustain his weight

      his health will no longer enable him to sustain the heavy burdens of office

    • 3. undergo or suffer (something unpleasant, especially an injury):

      he died after sustaining severe head injuries

    • 4. cause to continue or be prolonged for an extended period or without interruption:

      he cannot sustain a normal conversation

    • 5. (of a performer) represent (a part or character) convincingly:

      he sustained the role with burly resilience

    • 6. uphold, affirm, or confirm the justice or validity of:

      the allegations of discrimination were sustained

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an effect or facility on a keyboard or electronic instrument whereby a note can be sustained after the key is released.
    • adj. continuing for an extended period or without interruption:

    • several years of sustained economic growth

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    • adj. continuing for an extended period or without interruption:

    • several years of sustained economic growth

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    • adj. denoting a drug preparation in a capsule containing numerous tiny pellets with different coatings that release their contents steadily over a long period.

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    • adj. denoting a drug preparation in a capsule containing numerous tiny pellets with different coatings that release their contents steadily over a long period.

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    • adj. able to continue in a healthy state without outside assistance:

    • self-sustained independent businesses

      the technology is completely self-sustained and requires no external energy

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    • n. a level of exploitation or crop production which is maintained by restricting the quantity harvested to avoid long-term depletion:

    • stocks of fish were exploited far beyond levels of sustained yield

      productive forests managed on a sustained-yield basis

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    • n. a level of exploitation or crop production which is maintained by restricting the quantity harvested to avoid long-term depletion:

    • stocks of fish were exploited far beyond levels of sustained yield

      productive forests managed on a sustained-yield basis

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    • adj. able to continue in a healthy state without outside assistance:

    • self-sustained independent businesses

      the technology is completely self-sustained and requires no external energy

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    • IPA[səˈsteɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      strengthen or support physically or mentally:
    • this thought had sustained him throughout the years
    • n.
      an effect or facility on a keyboard or electronic instrument whereby a note can be sustained after the key is released.

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