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  1. transit

    • IPA[ˈtranzɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      the carrying of people or things from one place to another;the conveyance of passengers on public transport.
    • v.
      pass across or through (an area);(of a planet or other celestial body) pass across (the face of another body, or a meridian)
    • noun: transit, plural noun: transits

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. the carrying of people or things from one place to another a painting was damaged in transit
    • North American the conveyance of passengers on public transport.
    • 2. the action of passing through or across a place Guatemala is to have freedom of transit across Belize
    • the passage of an inferior planet across the face of the sun, or of a moon or its shadow across the face of a planet the transits of Mercury across the sun's disc
    • the apparent passage of a celestial body across the meridian of a place.
    • the passage of a celestial body through a specified sign, house, or area of a chart.

    動詞

    • 1. pass across or through (an area) the new large ships will be too big to transit the Panama Canal
    • (of a planet or other celestial body) pass across (the face of another body, or a meridian) at the end of February Jupiter transits the meridian
    • (of a celestial body) pass across (a specified sign, house, or area of a chart).
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