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staple

noun [C] (BASIC)
基本的
 
 
/ˈsteɪ.pl̩/
a main product or part of something
主要產品,或某物的主要部分
Shortages mean that even staples (= basic foods) like bread are difficult to find.
物資短缺意味著連麵包之類的主食都難覓蹤影。
Phosphate has been a staple of this area for many years.
磷酸鹽多年來一直是這一地區的主要産品。
Romantic fiction and reference books are a staple of many public libraries.
言情小說和工具書是很多公共圖書館的主要藏書。
Standard and routine
(Definition of staple noun (BASIC) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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