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network

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈnet.wɜːk/ US  /-wɝːk/
a large system consisting of many similar parts that are connected together to allow movement or communication between or along the parts or between the parts and a control centre
網路,網狀系統
a television network
電視網路
a road/rail network
公路/鐵路網
a computer network
電腦網路
Massive investment is needed to modernise the country's telephone network.
全國電話網路實現現代化需要巨額投資。
We could reduce our costs by developing a more efficient distribution network.
我們可以透過發展更為高效的分銷系統來降低成本。
a network of spies/a spy network
間諜網
Communications technology - general words
(Definition of network noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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