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excerpt

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈek.sɜːpt/ US  /-sɝːpt/
a short part taken from a speech, book, film,
(演講、書、電影等的)摘錄,節錄,片斷
An excerpt from her new thriller will appear in this weekend's magazine.
本週末出版的雜誌將刊登她的最新驚悚小說的片段。
Pieces of writing
excerpt
 
/ekˈsɜːpt/ US  /-ˈsɝːpt/ /ˈ--/ verb [T] mainly US
This passage of text has been excerpted from her latest novel.
這段文字摘自她最新創作的小說。
Removing and extractingEditing and compilingCorrecting and mendingPublishing
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