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counter

noun [C] (SURFACE) 表面     /ˈkaʊn.tər/ US  /-t̬ɚ/
a long flat narrow surface or table in a shop, bank, restaurant, etc. at which people are served 櫃枱 There was nobody behind/on the counter when I went into the bank, and I had to wait to be served. 我進銀行時櫃枱後沒人,我只得等候有人出來服務。 You will find sausages on the meat counter/rolls on the bread counter. 你會在肉櫃枱找到香腸/在麵包櫃枱找到麵包捲。 Parts of shops, shop fittings and retail activities
mainly US a worktop (= flat surface in a kitchen, on which food can be prepared) (廚房)操作枱,料理枱 We stacked the dirty plates on the kitchen counter. 我們把髒碟子堆放在廚房的料理枱上。 Tables and desks
(Definition of counter noun (SURFACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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