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  1. yard

    • IPA[jɑːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of uncultivated ground adjoining a building, typically one enclosed by walls or other buildings;the garden of a house.
    • v.
      store or transport (wood) in or to a timber yard;put (farm animals) into an enclosure
    • verb: yard, 3rd person present: yards, gerund or present participle: yarding, past tense: yarded, past participle: yarded

    • noun: yard, plural noun: yards

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    名詞

    • 1. British a piece of uncultivated ground adjoining a building, typically one enclosed by walls or other buildings tiny houses with the lavatory in the yard
    • North American the garden of a house. 同義詞 backyard, garden, courtyard, court, quadrangle, ... 更多
    • 2. an area of land used for a particular purpose or business a builder's yard 同義詞 workshop, works, factory, garage, plant, ... 更多
    • British informal another term for Scotland Yard
    • 3. West Indian a house and the land attached.
    • an urban residential compound comprising a number of small rented dwellings around a shared open area.
    • South African a plot of land, or the grounds of a building, accommodating a number of small rooms let out as living space.
    • 4. (especially among expatriate Jamaicans) home; Jamaica life in Yard is no Caribbean holiday

    動詞

    • 1. North American store or transport (wood) in or to a timber yard he is the last logger to be using a sled for yarding logs Canadian operators never practised yarding on a wider scale
    • 2. put (farm animals) into an enclosure sheep should be yarded even in the spring
    • 3. North American (of moose) gather as a herd for the winter they note changes in the numbers of moose yarding together
    • ph.
      the headquarters of the London Metropolitan Police, situated from 1829 to 1890 in Great ...

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    • ph.
      the headquarters of the London Metropolitan Police, situated from 1829 to 1890 in Great ...

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    • n.
      a place where jousts took place.

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    • n.
      an enclosure into which sheep, cattle, or wild animals are driven, for example prior to ... he was camped out near the foothills and spent his days running wild horses into trap yards

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    • n.
      a lumberyard.

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    • n.
      a unit for measuring cloth, formerly 37 inches but now equivalent to a standard yard (36 inches).

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    • IPA[yärd]

    美式

    • n.
      a piece of ground adjoining a building or house.
    • v.
      store or transport (timber) in or to a log yard: he is the last logger to be using a sled for yarding logs Canadian operators never practiced yarding on a wider scale

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    • IPA[yärd]

    美式

    • n.
      a unit of linear measure equal to 3 feet (0.9144 meter): a full skirt that took twenty yards of cloth

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    • IPA[jɑːd]

    英式

    • n.
      a unit of linear measure equal to 3 feet (0.9144 metre): a full skirt that took twenty yards of cloth

    Oxford Dictionary