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bench

noun
 
 
/bentʃ/
[C] a long, usually hard, seat for two or more people, often found in public places, or a long table for working on
长凳;工作台
a park bench (= a seat in a public garden)
公园中的长凳
a work bench (= a table for working at)
工作台
Chairs and seatsTables and desks
the bench a seat or area of seats where players sit during a game when they are not playing
运动员休息区;替补队员席
He was injured, and spent the last few weeks of the season on the bench.
他受伤了,该赛季最后几星期的比赛只能在场下观战。
Surfaces on which sports take place
the judge or magistrate , or the place where they sit, in a court of law
法官;法官席
Kindly address your remarks to the bench, Mr Smith.
请你对法官说话温和一点,史密斯先生。
Law courtsJudges and juries
serve/sit/be on the bench to work as a judge or magistrate
担任法官
Judges and juries
take the bench US to become a judge or magistrate
当法官
Judges and juries
If a judge takes the bench, they begin a formal meeting of a law court.
(法官)宣布开庭
Judges and juries
the benches in the British parliament building, the seats used by the members
(英国议会的)议员席
There was jeering from the Labour benches.
工党的议员席上有人发出嘲笑声。
Government administration and organisation
Translations of “bench”
in Spanish banco, banco de trabajo…
in Arabic دَكَّة…
in Korean 벤치, 긴 의자…
in Portuguese banco…
in French banc, établi…
in German die Bank, die Werkbank…
in Catalan banc…
in Japanese ベンチ, 長いす…
in Russian скамейка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長凳, 工作枱…
in Italian panchina…
in Turkish bank, oturak…
in Polish ławka…
(Definition of bench from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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