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tap

verb [T] (GET) 獲得     /tæp/ (-pp-)
to get or make use of something 開發;開闢;著手利用 For more than a century, Eastern cities have expanded their water supplies by tapping ever more remote sources. 一個多世紀以來,東部的城市透過開發更偏遠地區的水源,擴大了水的供應。 There is a rich vein of literary talent here just waiting to be tapped (into) by publishers. 眾多文學才俊匯聚於此,等待出版商慧眼識珠。 Using and misusing
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