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  1. the

    • IPA[T͟Hē]

    美式

    • dete
      denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge.;used to refer to a person, place, or thing that is unique
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    • dete
    • 1. denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge.

      what's the matter?

      call the doctor

    • 2. used to refer to a person, place, or thing that is unique:

      the Queen

      the Mona Lisa

    • 3. denoting a disease or affliction:

      I've got the flu

    • 4. (with a unit of time) the present; the current:

      dish of the day

      man of the moment

    • 5. used instead of a possessive to refer to someone with whom the speaker or person addressed is associated:

      I'm meeting the boss

      how's the family?

    • 6. used with a surname to refer to a family or married couple:

      the Johnsons were not wealthy

    • 7. used before the surname of the chief of a Scottish or Irish clan:

      the O'Donoghue

    • 8. used to point forward to a following qualifying or defining clause or phrase:

      the fuss that he made of her

      the top of a bus

    • 9. (chiefly with rulers and family members with the same name) used after a name to qualify it:

      George the Sixth

      Edward the Confessor

    • 10. used to make a generalized reference to something rather than identifying a particular instance:

      he taught himself to play the violin

      worry about the future

    • 11. used with a singular noun to indicate that it represents a whole species or class:

      they placed the African elephant on their endangered list

    • 12. used with an adjective to refer to those people who are of the type described:

      the unemployed

    • 13. used with an adjective to refer to something of the class or quality described:

      they are trying to accomplish the impossible

    • 14. used with the name of a unit to state a rate:

      they can do 120 miles to the gallon

    • 15. enough of (a particular thing):

      he hoped to publish monthly, if only he could find the money

    • 16. (pronounced stressing “the”) used to indicate that someone or something is the best known or most important of that name or type:

      he was the hot young piano prospect in jazz

    • 17. used adverbially with comparatives to indicate how one amount or degree of something varies in relation to another:

      the more she thought about it, the more devastating it became

    • 18. used to emphasize the amount or degree to which something is affected:

      commodities made all the more desirable by their rarity

    • low spirits

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    • a person regarded as one's destined life partner

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    • n. French term for tea dance

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    • as soon as —

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    • the kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

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    • any — whatsoever

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    • a person regarded as one's destined life partner

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    • the situation or state of affairs

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    • dete
      denoting one or more people or things already mentioned or assumed to be common knowledge.
    • what's the matter?

      call the doctor

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