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  1. tile

    • IPA[tʌɪl]

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    • n.
      a thin rectangular slab of baked clay or other material, used in overlapping rows for covering roofs;a thin square slab of glazed pottery or other material for covering floors, walls, or other surfaces
    • v.
      cover with tiles;arrange (two or more windows) on a computer screen so that they do not overlap.
    • noun: tile, plural noun: tiles

    • verb: tile, 3rd person present: tiles, gerund or present participle: tiling, past tense: tiled, past participle: tiled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a thin rectangular slab of baked clay or other material, used in overlapping rows for covering roofs:

      trees shook violently and tiles were dislodged from rooftops

    • 2. a thin square slab of glazed pottery or other material for covering floors, walls, or other surfaces:

      plain tiles in the kitchen will help to create a sense of space

    • 3. a thin, flat piece used in Scrabble, mah-jong, and certain other games.
    • 4. a plane shape used in tiling.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cover with tiles:

      the lobby was tiled in blue

    • 2. arrange (two or more windows) on a computer screen so that they do not overlap.
    • n. any of a finite number of shapes that are components of a spatially non-periodic two- or three-dimensional tiling.

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    • n. a kind of glazed white tile painted with traditional Dutch motifs in blue or brown.

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    • n. a kind of flat tile used in roofing.

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    • n. an unglazed floor tile, typically of a reddish-brown colour.

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    • n. a kind of glazed white tile painted with traditional Dutch motifs in blue or brown.

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    • n. a semicircular or curved tile used in making a roof ridge.

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    • n. a tile made from clay that has been permanently hardened by heat, often having a decorative glaze:

    • the walls of the mosque are covered with blue ceramic tiles

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    • n. a semicircular or curved tile used in making a roof ridge.

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    • IPA[tīl]

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    • n.
      a thin rectangular slab of baked clay, concrete, or other material, used in overlapping rows for covering roofs:
    • trees shook violently and tiles were dislodged from rooftops
    • v.
      cover (something) with tiles:
    • the lobby was tiled in blue

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