ground noun (AREA OF KNOWLEDGE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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ground

noun [U] (AREA OF KNOWLEDGE)
知识领域
 
 
/ɡraʊnd/
an area of knowledge or experience; a subject
(知识、经验等的)领域,范围;学科
When the conversation turns to politics he's on familiar ground (= he knows a lot about this subject).
当谈话转向政治时,他便如鱼得水。
Once we'd found some common ground (= things we both knew about) we got on very well together.
在找到一些共同语言之后,我们开始相处融洽了。
The lectures covered a lot of ground (= included information on many different subjects).
这些演讲涵盖了众多学科的内容。
I enjoyed her first novel, but I felt in the second she was going over the same ground (= dealing with the same area of experience).
我很喜欢她的第一部小说,但是我觉得她的第二部小说涉及的是同样的题材。
Topics and areas of interest
(Definition of ground noun (AREA OF KNOWLEDGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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