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noun [C or U] (OF WORD/WRITING/SIGN, ETC.) 符號或字詞     /ˈmiː.nɪŋ/
The meaning of something is what it expresses or represents 意思,意義;含義 The word 'flight' has two different meanings: a plane journey, and the act of running away. flight 一詞有兩個不同的意思:航程和逃跑。 The meaning of his gesture was clear. 他手勢的含義很清楚。 His novels often have (a) hidden meaning. 他的小說常有隱含意義。 Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
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