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pylon

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpaɪ.lɒn/ US  /-lɑːn/
a tall steel structure to which wires carrying electricity are fixed so that they are safely held high above the ground
(架高压输电线的)电缆塔,高压电线架
electricity pylons
电缆塔
Electricity and electronics
a tall tower or post which shows where aircraft should land
(机场的)标塔,指示塔
Airports and landing strips
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