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harbour

verb [T] (HAVE IN MIND) 心懷 UK ( US harbor)     /ˈhɑː.bər/ US  /ˈhɑːr.bɚ/
to think about or feel something, usually over a long period 心懷,懷有(想法或感情) He's been harbouring a grudge against her ever since his promotion was refused. 自從升職要求被拒絕後,他就一直對她懷恨在心。 There are those who harbour suspicions about his motives. 有人對他的動機心存懷疑。 Powell remains non-committal about any political ambitions he may harbour. 鮑威爾仍未明確表態自己胸懷何種政治抱負。 Thinking and contemplating
(Definition of harbour verb (HAVE IN MIND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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