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body

noun (PHYSICAL STRUCTURE)
躯体
 
 
/ˈbɒd.i/ US  /ˈbɑː.di/
[C] the whole physical structure that forms a person or animal
(人或动物的)躯体,身体
A good diet and plenty of exercise will help you to keep your body healthy.
良好的饮食和充足的锻炼将有助于保持身体健康。
She rubbed sun lotion over her entire body.
她全身都擦了防晒霜。
The body
[C] the main part of a person's or animal's body, without the head, or without the head, arms and legs
躯干
He had a fat body but rather thin legs and arms.
他身上很胖,但腿和胳膊却很瘦。
The body
[C] a dead person
死尸,尸体
A body was washed up on the beach last week.
上周有具尸体被冲上了海滩。
Death and dying
[C usually singular] old-fashioned a person
How is a body supposed to live in these conditions?
人怎么可能住在这种环境里呢?
People in general
[C] the painted metal shell of a vehicle, such as a car or an aircraft
车身;船体;机身
→  See also bodywork The exterior of vehiclesParts of aeroplanes
[C] UK ( US bodysuit) a piece of tight-fitting women's clothing that covers the top half of the body, and which fastens between the legs
(女子上半身穿的)连体紧身内衣
UnderwearJumpers, shirts and tee-shirts
(Definition of body noun (PHYSICAL STRUCTURE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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