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intake

noun [U] (AMOUNT)
數量
 
 
/ˈɪn.teɪk/
the amount of a particular substance which is eaten or drunk during a particular time
攝入量
It says on the packet that four slices of this bread contains one half of your recommended daily intake of fibre.
包裝上寫著四片這種麵包就包含了建議的每天纖維攝取量的一半。
Diets and dieting
the number of people that are accepted at a particular time by an organization, especially a college or university
(尤指學院或大學的)招生人數
The teacher-training college has increased its intake of students by 50% this year.
這所師範學院今年的招生人數增加了一半。
Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
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