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event

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪˈvent/
anything that happens, especially something important or unusual
(尤指重大或不尋常的)事情,事件
This year's Olympic Games will be the biggest ever sporting event.
今年的奧林匹克運動會將是歷史上規模最大的體育盛事。
Susannah's party was the social event of the year.
蘇珊娜辦的派對是當年社交界的一大盛事。
The police are trying to determine the series of events that led up to the murder.
警方正試圖順藤摸瓜,查清引發謀殺的一連串事件。
Events and occurrencesAccidents and disasters
one of a set of races or competitions
(賽跑或競賽的)項目
The women's 200 metre event will be followed by the men's 100 metres.
女子200公尺賽跑之後是男子100公尺賽跑項目。
AthleticsParts and stages of competitions
in the event UK used to emphasize that what happened was not what you expected
(強調出乎意料)結果,到頭來(卻)
We had expected to arrive an hour late, but in the event we were early.
我們本以爲會遲到一小時,結果竟然提前到了。
Not expected or planned
in the event of sth if something happens
如果…發生;萬一
In the event of a strike, the army will take over responsibility for firefighting.
如果發生罷工,部隊將承擔起消防職責。
Occurring and happening
in any event ( UK also at all events) whatever happens
不管怎樣,無論如何
I might go home next month, but in any event, I'll be home for Christmas.
我也許下個月回家,但無論如何,我都會在家過聖誕節。
Occurring and happening
in either event in either of two situations
(在兩種情況下)無論哪種情況,無論怎樣
I can't decide whether to accept the Cambridge or the London job, but in either event I'll have to move house.
我無法決定是去劍橋還是倫敦工作,但無論哪種情況我都得搬家。
Occurring and happening
in that event if that happens
如果是那樣的話,如果那種情況發生
There's a possibility of my flight being delayed. In that event I'll phone to let you know.
我搭乘的班機可能會延誤,如果是那樣我會打電話通知你。
Occurring and happening
(Definition of event from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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