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sub

noun [C] (CHANGE) 改變     /sʌb/ UK and US
informal for substitute verb 用…代替,代之以 One of the players was injured during the match, so a sub was brought on. 比賽中一個隊員受傷,於是一個替補隊員頂上。 Replacing and exchangingCompetitors and participants in sports and games
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