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number

noun (PARTICULAR THING) 某個事物     /ˈnʌm.bər/ US  /-bɚ/
[C] a particular example of something (特定的)一個 Samples and examples
[C] a particular copy of a magazine (雜誌的)期,號 Have you got last week's number of the New Yorker? 你有上周那期《紐約客》雜誌嗎? He's got all the back numbers (= previous copies) of the magazine. 他保存了這本雜誌過去的所有刊本。 Newspapers and magazines
[C] informal a piece of clothing, especially a dress, that you admire (令人欣賞的)衣服,(尤指)連衣裙 She was wearing a stylish Dior number. 她身穿一條時尚的迪奧長裙。 Clothing - general words
[C] US slang a person with a particular characteristic 具有…特徵的人 He's a real sexy number, don't you think? 他真性感,你不覺得嗎? People in general
[C] a short tune or song 短曲;短歌 Sing one of those romantic numbers. 唱一支那種情歌吧。 Types of songsMusical pieces
[C usually singular] mainly US slang something that is often said 常說的事 He tried the usual/that old number about how his wife didn't understand him. 他又重施故技,訴說妻子如何不理解他。 Informal talking and conversation
(Definition of number noun (PARTICULAR THING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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