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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “stretch”

stretch

noun [C usually singular] (PART)
一段
 
 
/stretʃ/
a continuous area of land or water
(土地或水域的)一片,一段
This particular stretch of coast is especially popular with walkers.
在这一段海岸散步的人特别多。
Traffic is at a standstill along a five-mile stretch of the M11 just south of Cambridge.
剑桥南面11号高速公路有5英里的路段交通陷入瘫痪。
Some very rare birds inhabit our stretch of the river.
一些非常珍稀的鸟类栖息在我们这个河段。
Areas of land in generalSpace - general wordsInland waters
a stage in a race, or a part of a racetrack
(赛跑的)阶段;一段跑道
She looked certain to win as she entered the final stretch.
她进入最后一段跑道时似乎已经赢定了。
He fell as he galloped down the home stretch (= towards the finish).
他在冲向终点时跌倒了。
Surfaces on which sports take place
(Definition of stretch noun (PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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