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  1. trigger

    • IPA[ˈtrɪɡə]

    英式

    • n.
      a small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun;an event that is the cause of a particular action, process, or situation
    • v.
      cause (a device) to function;cause (an event or situation) to happen or exist
    • noun: trigger, plural noun: triggers

    • verb: trigger, 3rd person present: triggers, gerund or present participle: triggering, past tense: triggered, past participle: triggered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun:

      he pulled the trigger of the shotgun

    • 2. an event that is the cause of a particular action, process, or situation:

      the trigger for the strike was the closure of a mine

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause (a device) to function:

      burglars fled empty-handed after triggering the alarm

    • 2. cause (an event or situation) to happen or exist:

      an allergy can be triggered by stress or overwork

    • 3. (of an event or situation) cause (someone) to do something:

      the death of Helen's father triggered her to follow a childhood dream and become a falconer

    • 4. (especially of something read, seen, or heard) distress (someone), typically as a result of arousing feelings or memories associated with a particular traumatic experience:

      she started crying and told me that my news had really triggered her

      people ask how much I weigh but I won't talk about numbers because I know that triggers me

    • adj. (of a mechanism) activated by a trigger:

    • a triggered alarm

      a triggered bomb

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    • adj. (of a mechanism) activated by a trigger:

    • a triggered alarm

      a triggered bomb

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    • n. the forefinger of the hand, as that with which the trigger of a gun is typically pulled.

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    • n. a trigger of a firearm set for release at the slightest pressure.

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    • n. (in a coelenterate) a filament at the mouth of a nematocyst, triggering the emission of the stinging hair.

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    • n. the forefinger of the right hand, as that with which the trigger of a gun is typically pulled.

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    • n. a trigger of a firearm set for release at the slightest pressure.

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    • n. a particular circumstance which causes an event:

    • the army's refusal to withdraw from the territory was the trigger point for military action

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    • IPA[ˈtriɡər]

    美式

    • n.
      a small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun:
    • he pulled the trigger of the shotgun
    • v.
      cause (an event or situation) to happen or exist:
    • an allergy can be triggered by stress or overwork

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