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line

noun [C] (LONG MARK) 長長的標記     /laɪn/
a long thin mark on the surface of something 線,線條 a straight line 直線 Sign your name on the dotted line. 請在虛線處簽名。 She was very old and her face was covered with lines. 她已非常年邁,臉上布滿了皺紋。 My legs felt all wobbly when I stood up and I couldn't walk in a straight line (= walk without moving to the side while moving forward). 我站起來時覺得腿直打顫,走起路來左右搖晃。 Patterns and shapes
(Definition of line noun (LONG MARK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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