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preposition (WITH ADJECTIVES/VERBS)
用於形容詞後
 
 
weak /əv/ strong /ɒv/ US  /ɑːv/
used to connect particular adjectives and verbs with nouns
(用於連接特定的形容詞和名詞)
fond of swimming
喜愛游泳
sick of his excuses
厭煩了他的藉口
frightened of spiders
害怕蜘蛛
(Definition of of preposition (WITH ADJECTIVES/VERBS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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