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  1. torch

    • IPA[tôrCH]

    美式

    • n.
      a portable means of illumination such as a piece of wood or cloth soaked in tallow or an oil lamp on a pole, sometimes carried ceremonially.;used to refer to a valuable quality, principle, or cause that needs to be protected and maintained
    • v.
      set fire to
    • noun: torch, plural noun: torches

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a portable means of illumination such as a piece of wood or cloth soaked in tallow or an oil lamp on a pole, sometimes carried ceremonially.
    • 2. used to refer to a valuable quality, principle, or cause that needs to be protected and maintained:

      mountain warlords carried the torch of Greek independence

    • 3. a blowtorch.
    • 4. an arsonist.
    • 5. a portable battery-operated electric lamp; a flashlight.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. set fire to:

      the shops had been looted and torched

    • n. a singer who sings sad or sentimental love songs:

    • a young torch singer with a deliciously earthy tone

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    • n. an event during which a ceremonial torch is carried on a designated route by a succession of torchbearers:

    • the Olympic flame will travel to Britain for a 70-day torch relay covering 8,000 miles

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    • n. an event during which a ceremonial torch is carried on a designated route by a succession of torchbearers:

    • the Olympic flame will travel to Britain for a 70-day torch relay covering 8,000 miles

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    • n. a cylindrical or cone-shaped object in which the Olympic flame is ceremonially carried:

    • an estimated 15,000 people gathered for an evening of celebration to mark the Olympic torch's arrival in Wales

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    • n. an outdoor light that burns gas or oil and is attached to the end of a long pole fixed into the ground.

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    • n. a sad or sentimental song, typically about unrequited love.

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    • n. a cylindrical or cone-shaped object in which the Olympic flame is ceremonially carried:

    • an estimated 15,000 people gathered for an evening of celebration to mark the Olympic torch's arrival in Wales

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    • n. a sad or sentimental song, typically about unrequited love.

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    • IPA[tɔːtʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      a portable battery-powered electric lamp.
    • v.
      set fire to:
    • the shops had been looted and torched

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  2. 知識+

    • We will hand on the torch...

      1. hand on (v.t.)原意是交出(文件)或是傳遞(文件);後來引申為將傳統的事物或文化傳給後代所以這裡的用法應該無誤2. torch(n.)原意是火把或是火炬;這裡比喻文化或是知識的光3. hand down(v.t.)指將(習慣)或是(財產)傳遞給下一代

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      The Olympic torch arrived Monday in Oman amid tight security and...進口國家! Authorities have promised a trouble-free torch relay with a party-like atmosphere, including musical ...

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