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surface

noun [C] (TOP) 頂部     /ˈsɜː.fɪs/ US  /ˈsɝː-/
the outer or top part or layer of something 表面,表層,外層 Tropical rain forests used to cover 10% of the Earth's surface. 以前,地球表面的10%都被熱帶雨林所覆蓋。 The marble has a smooth, shiny surface. 大理石表面光滑亮澤。 Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the surface of the moon. 尼爾‧阿姆斯壯是第一個登上月球的人。 Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects
the top layer of a field or track on which sports are played (場地或跑道的)地面 The match will be played on an artificial/all-weather surface. 這場比賽將會在人工/全天候場地上進行。 Surfaces on which sports take place
the flat top part of a table, cupboard, etc. (桌子、櫥櫃等的)表面,檯面 a work surface 工作檯面 Don't put anything wet on a polished surface, or it will leave a mark. 別把任何濕東西放在拋光的檯面上,不然會留下印痕。 Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects
(Definition of surface noun (TOP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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