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UK [peə(r)]
  • n.对;一对;一双;分两个相连接部分的物体
  • v.配对;交配;使成对;配对(以繁殖)
  • Web对子;一副
Plural Form:pairs  Present Participle:pairing  Past Tense:paired  
Pair
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n.
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au pair
相同的两样东西two things the same
1.
[c]
一双;一对two things of the same type, especially when they are used or worn together
a pair of gloves/shoes/earrings, etc.
一副手套、一双鞋、一对耳环等
a huge pair of eyes
一双大眼睛
The vase is one of a matching pair .
这只花瓶是一对中的一只。
连接的两部分two parts joined
2.
[c]
分两个相连接部分的物体an object consisting of two parts that are joined together
a pair of trousers/pants/jeans, etc.
一条长裤、裤子、牛仔裤等
a pair of glasses/binoculars/scissors, etc.
一副眼镜、一架双筒望远镜、一把剪刀等
两个人two people
3.
[cspv]
两个共事(或有特殊关系)的人;俩;对two people who are doing sth together or who have a particular relationship
Get pairs of students to act out the dialogue in front of the class.
叫学生两人一组在课堂上演出这个对话。
Get the students to do the exercise as pair work(= two students work together).
让学生两人一组做练习。
I've had enough of the pair of you!
你们俩让我烦透了!
两个动物;两只鸟two animals/birds
4.
[cspv]
(同时驯养的)两个同类的鸟(或兽);一对two animals or birds of the same type that are breeding together
a breeding pair
用于繁殖的一对
a pair of swans
一对天鹅
两匹马two horses
5.
[c]
一起拉车的两匹马two horses working together to pull a carriage
a carriage and pair
双驾马车
IDM
We need an extra pair of hands if we're going to finish on time.
要想按时完成,我们就要再增加一个人。
Colleagues regard him as a safe pair of hands(= sb who can be relied on to do a job well) .
同事认为他办事可靠。
a pair of hands
(informal)
一个能做事的人;人手;正在工作的人a person who can do, or is doing, a job
We need an extra pair of hands if we're going to finish on time.
要想按时完成,我们就要再增加一个人。
Colleagues regard him as a safe pair of hands(= sb who can be relied on to do a job well) .
同事认为他办事可靠。
Students worked in pairs on the project.
学生两人一组做这个项目。
in pairs
成对的;成双的in groups of two objects or people
Students worked in pairs on the project.
学生两人一组做这个项目。
Ive only got one pair of hands
(informal)
我只有一双手used to say that you are too busy to do anything else
v.
配对make groups of two
1.
[t][usupass]
使成对;配对to put people or things into groups of two
Each blind student was paired with a sighted student.
每个盲人学员都与一个视力正常的同学配对。
All the shoes on the floor were neatly paired.
地板上的鞋子都整齐成双地摆着。
兽;鸟of animals/birds
2.
[i]
配对(以繁殖);交配to come together in order to breed
Many of the species pair for life.
许多物种都终生配对。

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