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door

US [dɔr]
UK [dɔː(r)]
  • n.门;门口;门边;门旁
  • Web户;车门;通道
Plural Form:doors  
Door
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n.
1.
[c]
a piece of wood, glass, etc. that is opened and closed so that people can get in and out of a room, building, car, etc.; a similar thing in a cupboard/closet
a knock on the door
敲门
to open/shut/close/slam/lock/bolt the door
开门;关门;砰地关上门;锁门;拴门
to answer the door(= to go and open it because sb has knocked on it or rung the bell)
应门(听到敲门或门铃响后去开门)
the front/back door(= at the entrance at the front/back of a building)
前门;后门
the bedroom door
卧室门
the door frame
门框
a four-door saloon car
四门轿车
the fridge door
冰箱门
Shut the door!
把门关上!
Close the door behind you, please.
请随手关门。
The door closed behind him.
他一出门,门就关上了。
2.
[c]
出入口;门口the space when a door is open
Marc appeared through a door at the far end of the room.
马克从房间另一端的门口出现。
She's just arrived─she's just come in the door .
她刚到,刚踏进门。
He walked out the door .
他出门去了。
3.
[c]
门边;门旁the area close to the entrance of a building
There's somebody at the door(= at the front door of a house) .
门口有人。
‘Can I help you?’ asked the man at the door.
“我能为您效劳吗?”门边的男子问道。
4.
[c]
栋;住户;人家a house, room, etc. that is a particular number of houses, rooms, etc. away from another
the family that lives three doors up from us
住在与我们相隔三户的那户人家
Our other branch is just a few doors down the road.
我们的另一家分店沿路过几个门面就到。
5.
[u]
票房收入the amount of money made by selling tickets for an event
50% of the door will go to the Red Cross.
50% 的票房收入将捐给红十字会。

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