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verb [T] (HAVE IMPORTANCE) 有重要意义     /miːn/ (meant)
to have an important emotional effect on someone 对…具有意义,对…具有重要影响 It wasn't a valuable picture but it meant a lot to me. 这不是一幅很贵重的画,但对我却很重要。 Possessions mean nothing to him. 财富对他来说毫无意义。 Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
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