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centrepiece

noun [C] (IMPORTANT PART) 重要部分 UK ( US centerpiece)     /ˈsen.tə.piːs/ US  /-t̬ɚ-/
the most important or attractive part or feature of something 最重要的部分;最吸引人的部分 The reduction of crime levels is the centrepiece of the president's domestic policies. 降低犯罪率是總統國內政策的重中之重。 The centrepiece of the shopping centre is a giant fountain. 購物中心的中心裝飾是一座巨大的噴泉。 Important and essential thingsInformation and messages
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