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prepare

verb [I or T]     /prɪˈpeər/ US  /-ˈper/
to make or get something or someone ready for something that will happen in the future 準備,預備;把…準備好,使預備好 Have you prepared for your interview? 你作好面試的準備了嗎? She'll prepare the food ahead of time and freeze it. 她會提前把食物準備好並冷凍起來。 This course aims to prepare students for middle and senior managerial positions. 這門課旨在使學生在將來能夠勝任中、高級管理職位。 [+ obj + to infinitive ] Are the players mentally and physically prepared to play a tough game? 選手們是否已經在心理和體能上對這場艱困比賽作好了準備? The meal took two hours to prepare. 準備這頓飯花了兩個小時。 Preparing
to expect that something will happen and to be ready for it (在思想上或心理上)作好準備;防範 [+ to infinitive] It almost seems as if she is preparing to die. 看來她好像已經作好了赴死的準備。 You need to prepare yourself for a long wait. 你需要作好長時間等待的準備。 Preparing
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