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  1. use

    • v.
      take, hold, or deploy (something) as a means of accomplishing a purpose or achieving a result; employ;treat (someone) in a particular way
    • n.
      the action of using something or the state of being used for some purpose;the ability or power to exercise or manipulate something, especially one's mind or body
    • verb: use, 3rd person present: uses, gerund or present participle: using, past tense: used, past participle: used

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take, hold, or deploy (something) as a means of accomplishing a purpose or achieving a result; employ:

      she used her key to open the front door

      the poem uses simple language

    • 2. treat (someone) in a particular way:

      use your troops well and they will not let you down

    • 3. exploit (a person or situation) for one's own advantage:

      I couldn't help feeling that she was using me

    • 4. apply (a name or title) to oneself:

      she still used her maiden name professionally

    • 5. take (an illegal drug):

      they were using heroin daily

      had she been using again?

    • 6. take or consume (an amount) from a limited supply:

      we have used all the available funds

    • 7. describing an action or state of affairs that was done repeatedly or existed for a period in the past:

      this road used to be a dirt track

      I used to give him lifts home

    • 8. be or become familiar with someone or something through experience:

      she was used to getting what she wanted

      he's weird, but you just have to get used to him

    • 9. one would like or benefit from:

      I could use another cup of coffee

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the action of using something or the state of being used for some purpose:

      a member of staff is present when the pool is in use

      theater owners were charging too much for the use of their venues

    • 2. the ability or power to exercise or manipulate something, especially one's mind or body:

      the horse lost the use of his hind legs

    • 3. a purpose for or way in which something can be used:

      the herb has various culinary uses

    • 4. the value or advantage of something:

      it was no use trying to persuade her

      what's the use of crying?

    • 5. the benefit or profit of lands, especially lands that are in the possession of another who holds them solely for the beneficiary.
    • 6. the characteristic ritual and liturgy of a church or diocese.
    • 7. the action of taking or habitual consumption of a drug.
    • adj. having already been used:

    • scrawling on the back of a used envelope

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    • adj. having already been used:

    • scrawling on the back of a used envelope

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    • v.
      ill-treat (someone):
    • she felt ill-used by her former boss
    • n.
      ill-treatment.

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    • v.
      ill-treat (someone):
    • she felt ill-used by her former boss
    • n.
      ill-treatment.

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    • adj. (of technology or equipment) designed or suitable for both civilian and military purposes.

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    • adj. denoting or relating to a product that is intended to be discarded after being used once; disposable:

    • dry the gloved hands with a one-use towel

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    • n. a specific situation in which a product or service could potentially be used:

    • there are lots of use cases for robotic hardware, from helping disabled users to automating factories

      a laundry list of features that might sound impressive but have no real use case

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    • adj. designed to be used once and then disposed of or destroyed:

    • billions of single-use cups are thrown into landfill sites every year

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    • v.
      take, hold, or deploy (something) as a means of accomplishing or achieving something; employ:
    • she used her key to open the front door

      the poem uses simple language

    • n.
      the action of using something or the state of being used for a purpose:
    • hyper-modern trains are now in use

      theatre owners were charging too much for the use of their venues

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    • use的用法

      use 釋義 | 同義/反義 | 片語 n. ( 名詞 noun ) 1.【事】 使用,利用;用法;(食物等的)消費 maps for use in schools 學校用地圖 a dictionary for the use of...具有)特色的禮拜儀式 the Anglican [Roman] use 英國[天主教]教會的禮拜儀式. 8.【事】 【律...

    • used to be..

      used to+原V 」裡的「 to+原V」是不定詞。 「used...?」,「有啊,我曾經去過一次」Yes, I used to go whale watching once.」。賞鯨不是過去的「習慣...

    • used to可以用always.......before嗎

      不可以改,因為 used to 不一定是過去常常的意思,有...cream after lunch. 很接近。 下面是 used to 與 be used to 的說明...例如:Didn’t she use to have long hair? (或 Used...