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show

noun [C] (ENTERTAINMENT) 娛樂     /ʃəʊ/ US  /ʃoʊ/
a theatrical performance or a television or radio programme which is entertaining rather than serious 演出;節目 a radio/television/stage show 電台節目/電視節目/舞臺演出 a quiz/game show 益智競賽/遊戲節目 Why don't we go to London on Saturday and see a show? 我們星期六爲甚麽不去倫敦看場演出呢? We had to raise £60 000 to stage the show. 我們得籌措六萬英鎊來上演該劇。 We had a puppet show for Jamie's birthday party. 我們在傑米的生日派對上看了一場木偶戲。 →  See also roadshow Spectacles and performancesProgrammes and other broadcasts
(Definition of show noun (ENTERTAINMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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