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major

美 [ˈmeɪdʒər]
英 [ˈmeɪdʒə(r)]
  • v.〈美口〉主修
  • n.少校;专业课;主修课程;主修学生
  • adj.严重;主要的;重要的;大的
  • 网络棒球大联盟;较大的;大调
复数:majors  现在分词:majoring  过去式:majored  
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adj.
1.
[ubn]
主要的;重要的;大的very large or important
a major road
一条大马路
major international companies
大跨国公司
to play a major role in sth
在某事中起重要作用
We have encountered major problems.
我们遇上了大问题。
There were calls for major changes to the welfare system.
有人要求对福利制度进行重大改革。
2.
[nbn]
严重serious
Never mind─it's not major.
别担心,这不严重。
3.
大调的based on a scale (= a series of eight notes) in which the third note is two whole tones/steps higher than the first note
the key of D major
D 大调
4.
(课程)主修的related to sb's main subject of study in college
n.
1.
[c]
少校an officer of fairly high rank in the army or the US air force
Major Smith
史密斯少校
He's a major in the US army.
他是美国陆军少校。
2.
[c]
主修课程;专业课the main subject or course of a student at college or university
Her major is French.
她的专业课是法语。
3.
[c]
主修学生;主修生a student studying a particular subject as the main part of their course
She's a French major.
她是法语专业的学生。
4.
[pl]
大联盟the major leagues
v.

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