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  1. trill

    • IPA[tril]

    美式

    • n.
      a quavering or vibratory sound, especially a rapid alternation of sung or played notes;the pronunciation of a consonant, especially r, with rapid vibration of the tongue against the hard or soft palate or the uvula.
    • v.
      produce a quavering or warbling sound;pronounce (a consonant) by rapid vibration of the tongue against the hard or soft palate or the uvula.
    • verb: trill, 3rd person present: trills, gerund or present participle: trilling, past tense: trilled, past participle: trilled

    • noun: trill, plural noun: trills

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a quavering or vibratory sound, especially a rapid alternation of sung or played notes the caged bird launched into a piercing trill they heard the muffled trill of the telephone
    • the pronunciation of a consonant, especially r, with rapid vibration of the tongue against the hard or soft palate or the uvula.

    動詞

    • 1. produce a quavering or warbling sound a skylark was trilling overhead “Coming sir,” they both trilled
    • pronounce (a consonant) by rapid vibration of the tongue against the hard or soft palate or the uvula.
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    • IPA[trɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      a quavering or vibratory sound, especially a rapid alternation of sung or played notes: the caged bird launched into a piercing trill
    • v.
      produce a quavering or warbling sound: a skylark was trilling overhead ‘Coming sir,’ they both trilled

    Oxford Dictionary