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absence

noun [C or U] (NOT PRESENT) 不在場的     /ˈæb.sənts/
when someone is not where they are usually expected to be 缺席;缺勤;不在 A new manager was appointed during/in her absence. 她不在的時候任命了一位新經理。 She has had repeated absences from work this year. 今年她屢次曠工。 Absent
(Definition of absence noun (NOT PRESENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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