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par

noun (STANDARD)
標準
 
 
/pɑːr/ US  /pɑːr/
[U] the usual standard or condition
一般水準;通常狀況
Averages
[U] the expected number of times in golf that a good player should have to hit the ball in order to get it into a hole or into all the holes
(高爾夫球)標準桿數
Tiger Woods finished the round 10 below/under par.
老虎‧伍茲以低於標準桿數十桿的成績完成了該輪比賽。
Golf
par (value) specialized the original value of a share in a business
(股票的)票面價值
Costs and expensesFinancial investments and the stock market
Translations of “par”
in Vietnamese mức trung bình…
in Spanish valor medio, par…
in Thai เกณฑ์…
in Malaysian tara…
in French au pair…
in German der Nennwert…
in Indonesian tingkat normal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 标准, 一般水平, 通常状况…
(Definition of par noun (STANDARD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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