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element

noun (AMOUNT) 數量     /ˈel.ɪ.mənt/
an element of sth
a small amount of an emotion or quality 少量;有點,有些 There was certainly an element of truth in what she said. 她說的話當然也有些是真的。 Don't you think there's an element of jealousy in all of this? 你不覺得所有這一切都是妒嫉在隱隱作祟? We walked quietly up to the door to preserve the element of surprise. 我們輕手輕腳地走近門口,想製造一個驚喜。 General words for size and amount
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