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bury

verb [T]     /ˈber.i/
to put a dead body into the ground, or to put something into a hole in the ground and cover it 埋;埋葬,安葬 His father is buried in the cemetery on the hill. 他的父親葬在山上的墓地裡。 The dog trotted off to bury its bone. 那只狗顛兒顛兒地跑到一邊去埋它的骨頭。 buried treasure 埋藏的財寶 →  See also burial Burying, cremating and preserving bodiesHiding and disguising
usually passive to cover something or someone completely with a large quantity of something 掩埋,埋藏 If an avalanche strikes, skiers can be buried alive by snow. 如果發生雪崩,滑雪者可能會被雪活埋。 Covering and adding layers
to put something in a place where it is difficult or impossible to find or see 埋藏,隱藏 I found the article buried (away) in the business section of the newspaper. 我在報紙的商務版找到了這篇文章。 She buried her face in her hands and began to sob. 她雙手掩面開始啜泣。 Hiding and disguising
to intentionally forget an unpleasant experience 埋藏,忘卻(不快的經歷) He'd had to bury his pain over the years. 多年來他不得不將痛苦埋在心底。 Forgetting and forgetfulness
old-fashioned If someone says they buried someone, usually a close relation, they mean that the person died 失去(親人) She buried both her parents last year. 去年她的父母都過世了。 Death and dying
(Definition of bury from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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