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stretch

verb [T] (DO MORE) 做更多     /stretʃ/
If jobs or tasks stretch you, they make you learn new things which use your skill and experience more than you have done before (工作或任務)使施展本領,對…具有挑戰性 My present job doesn't stretch me, so I'm looking for something more demanding. 我目前的工作不能讓我盡展所長,所以我在尋找更有挑戰性的工作。 Making people excited and interestedInspiration and inspiring
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