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recess

US [rɪˈses]
UK [rɪˈses]
  • v.休会;暂停;宣布暂停;把…放进壁龛(或壁橱)
  • n.休会期;休庭;壁龛;课间休息
  • Web凹槽;凹座;凹进处
Plural Form:recesses  Present Participle:recessing  Past Tense:recessed  
Recess
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n.
1.
[c][u]
休会期a period of time during the year when the members of a parliament, committee, etc. do not meet
2.
[c]
休庭a short break in a trial in court
The judge called a short recess.
法官宣布短暂休庭。
3.
[u]
课间休息a period of time between lessons at school
4.
[c]
壁龛;壁橱;凹室a part of a wall that is set further back than the rest of the wall, forming a space
a recess for books
放书的壁橱
5.
[c][usupl]
隐蔽处;幽深处the part of a place that is furthest from the light and hard to see or get to
He stared into the dark recesses of the room.
他盯着房间里黑暗的角落。
The doubt was still there, in the deep recesses of her mind.
在她的内心深处依然存有疑虑。
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
休会;暂停;宣布暂停to take or to order a recess
The hearing was recessed for the weekend.
听证会周末暂停。
2.
[t]
~ sth (in/into sth)
把…放进壁龛(或壁橱);将…嵌入墙壁to put sth in a position that is set back into a wall, etc.
recessed shelves
凹进墙壁的格子架

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