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excerpt

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈek.sɜːpt/ US  /-sɝːpt/
a short part taken from a speech, book, film,
(演讲、书、电影等的)摘录,节录,片断
An excerpt from her new thriller will appear in this weekend's magazine.
本周末出版的杂志将选登她的最新惊险小说片断。
Pieces of writing
excerpt
 
/ekˈsɜːpt/ US  /-ˈsɝːpt/ /ˈ--/ verb [T] mainly US
This passage of text has been excerpted from her latest novel.
这段文字摘自她最新创作的小说。
Removing and extractingEditing and compilingCorrecting and mendingPublishing
Translations of “excerpt”
in Spanish extracto…
in French extrait…
in German der Auszug…
in Chinese (Traditional) (演講、書、電影等的)摘錄,節錄,片斷…
in Russian отрывок…
in Turkish (kitap, film, müzik) alıntı…
in Polish fragment, wyjątek, urywek…
(Definition of excerpt from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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