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ribbon

noun
 
 
/ˈrɪb.ən/
[C or U] a long narrow strip of material used to tie things together or as a decoration
(捆扎或装饰用的)带子,丝带,缎带
Sandra often wears a ribbon in her hair.
桑德拉常在头发上扎条丝带。
He tied up the present with ribbon.
他用缎带将礼物包扎起来。
Bands, straps and strips
a ribbon of sth literary a long narrow piece of something
一缕;一条;一排
A ribbon of road stretched ahead of us across the desert.
沙漠中的一条路宛如一根细长的带子,一直向我们前方延伸。
Bands, straps and strips
[C] a small piece of coloured material given to someone in the armed forces to show approval and admiration for their brave actions
勋带,绶带
Prizes, rewards and medals
[C] specialized the narrow strip of material that contains the ink for a typewriter
(打字机的)色带
My typewriter needs a new ribbon.
我的打字机得换色带了。
Office equipmentCommunicating by telephonePaper and stationeryBands, straps and strips
Translations of “ribbon”
in Arabic شَريط…
in Korean 리본…
in Malaysian reben…
in French ruban…
in Turkish şerit, kurdele…
in Italian nastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (捆紮或裝飾用的)帶子,絲帶,緞帶, 勳帶,綬帶, (打字機的)色帶…
in Russian лента…
in Polish wstążka…
in Vietnamese dải ruy-băng…
in Spanish cinta…
in Portuguese fita…
in Thai โบ, ริบบิ้น…
in German das Band…
in Catalan cinta…
in Japanese リボン, 飾りひも…
in Indonesian pita…
(Definition of ribbon from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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