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  1. trail

    • IPA[treɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      a mark or a series of signs or objects left behind by the passage of someone or something;a track, scent, or other indication used in following someone or hunting an animal
    • v.
      draw or be drawn along behind someone or something;(typically of a plant) grow or hang over the edge of something or along the ground
    • noun: trail, plural noun: trails

    • verb: trail, 3rd person present: trails, gerund or present participle: trailing, past tense: trailed, past participle: trailed

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a mark or a series of signs or objects left behind by the passage of someone or something:

      a trail of blood on the grass

      the torrential rain left a trail of devastation

    • 2. a track, scent, or other indication used in following someone or hunting an animal:

      police followed his trail to Dorset

    • 3. a long thin part or line stretching behind or hanging down from something:

      smoke trails

      we drove down in a trail of tourist cars

    • 4. a beaten path through the countryside:

      country parks with nature trails

      easy waymarked trails for the casual walker

    • 5. a route followed for a particular purpose:

      the hotel is well off the tourist trail

    • 6. a downhill ski run or cross-country ski route:

      this steep trail is as firm as off-piste spring snow

    • 7. a trailer for a film or broadcast:

      a recent television trail for ‘The Bill’

    • 8. the rear end of a gun carriage, resting or sliding on the ground when the gun is unlimbered.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. draw or be drawn along behind someone or something:

      Alex trailed a hand through the clear water

      her robe trailed along the ground

    • 2. (typically of a plant) grow or hang over the edge of something or along the ground:

      the roses grew wild, their stems trailing over the banks

    • 3. walk or move slowly or wearily:

      he baulked at the idea of trailing around the shops

    • 4. (of the voice or a speaker) fade gradually before stopping:

      her voice trailed away

    • 5. follow (a person or animal) by using marks or scent left behind:

      Sam suspected they were trailing him

    • 6. be losing to an opponent in a game or contest:

      the defending champions were trailing 10—5 at half-time

    • 7. give advance publicity to (a film, broadcast, or proposal):

      the bank's plans have been extensively trailed

    • 8. apply (slip) through a nozzle or spout to decorate ceramic ware.
    • n. a system that traces the detailed transactions relating to any item in an accounting record:

    • with no satisfactory audit trail, not all overpayments had been identified

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    • n. a system that traces the detailed transactions relating to any item in an accounting record:

    • with no satisfactory audit trail, not all overpayments had been identified

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    • n. the itinerary of a traveling gospel preacher:

    • a retired clergyman who spent his working days as an evangelist on what was left of the old Sawdust Trail

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    • n. a series of documents providing written evidence of a sequence of events or the activities of a person or organization:

    • it is very important to have a paper trail in the event of a dispute

      the paper trail led the FBI to him in just six days

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    • n. a track through forest or bush for use in fighting fires.

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    • ph. a route across the central US, from the Missouri to Oregon, some 3,000 km (2,000 miles) in length. It was used chiefly in the 1840s by settlers moving west.

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    • n. a mixture of dried fruit and nuts eaten as a snack food, originally by walkers and campers.

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    • ph. an approximately 2,000-mile (3,200-km) footpath through the Appalachian Mountains from Mount Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in Georgia.

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    • IPA[trāl]

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    • n.
      a mark or a series of signs or objects left behind by the passage of someone or something:
    • a trail of blood on the grass
    • v.
      draw or be drawn along the ground or other surface behind someone or something:
    • Alex trailed a hand through the clear water

      her robe trailed along the ground

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  2. 知識+

    • trace, track and trail

      ...動詞 intransitive verb) 1.追蹤 2.留下足跡 3.(攝影機)跟蹤攝影 4.走[(+about)] trail: vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb) 1.拖,曳 2.跟蹤;追獵[(+to)] 3.落後於 4.拖帶...

    • 問幾個英文字的意思.trail running shoes

      trail的意思是在山野中被踏出的小道, 所以train running shoes就是適合...攀高 或是走一些難走的山路, 所以需要更多的支撐........... running over trails也就是在山間小路上跑步.......... 希望有回答到你的問題 2007-05-04 02:21:09...

    • 英文高手請進 financial trail的中文??

      Financial trail leads to government payoff in exchange for building approval. financial trail 就是「金錢流向」。 金錢流向導向以行賄官員交換建築許可。 就是說「從金錢流向顯示,有行賄官員交換建築許可這件事」。