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sortie

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsɔː.ti/ US  /ˈsɔːr.i/
a short quick attack by a military force, such as a small group of soldiers or an aircraft, made against an enemy position
军事突袭,出击
A series of sorties was carried out at night by specially equipped aircraft.
特别装备的战斗机夜晚进行了好几次突袭。
Attacking and invading
a short journey to somewhere you have not been before, often with a particular purpose
(到陌生地方的)短暂外出,出门
It was our first sortie into the town centre.
这是我们第一次去市中心。
Journeys
an attempt to do something
尝试
This is the acclaimed historian John Taylor's first sortie into fiction.
这是著名的历史学家约翰‧泰勒第一次尝试写小说。
Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
Translations of “sortie”
in Spanish escapada, salida…
in French sortie…
in German der Ausfall, der Einsatz…
in Chinese (Traditional) 軍事突襲,出擊, (到陌生地方的)短暫外出,出門, 嘗試…
(Definition of sortie from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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