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germ

noun (AMOUNT)
數量
 
 
/dʒɜːm/ US  /dʒɝːm/
germ of sth [S] a small amount, usually one which develops into something large or important
(通常指發展成為巨大或重要事物)的發端,發源,萌芽
He found the germ of an idea in an old newspaper.
他的想法萌生於一份舊報紙。
Words meaning small pieces and amounts
Translations of “germ”
in Korean 세균…
in Arabic جَرْثومة…
in French microbe, germe…
in Italian microbo, germe…
in Russian микроб, бактерия…
in Turkish mikrop…
in Polish zarazek…
in Spanish germen, embrión, principio…
in Portuguese micróbio…
in German der Krankheitserreger, der Keim…
in Catalan germen, microbi…
in Japanese ばい菌, 細菌, 病原菌…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量…
(Definition of germ noun (AMOUNT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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