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dip

noun [C usually singular] (QUICK LOOK) 了解     /dɪp/
a short time spent considering a subject 涉猎,了解 We begin our dip into local history by examining the town's origins. 我们开始通过研究这座城镇的起源来了解当地的历史。 Thinking and contemplating
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