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sister

US [ˈsɪstər]
UK [ˈsɪstə(r)]
  • n.姐;妹;护士长;(称志同道合者)姐妹
  • adj.姐妹的;同类(型)的
  • v.如姐妹般相待
  • Web姐姐;妹妹;姊妹
Plural Form:sisters  
Sister
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n.
1.
姐;妹a girl or woman who has the same mother and father as another person
She's my sister.
她是我姐姐。
an older/younger sister
姐姐;妹妹
a big/little/kid sister
大姐;小妹;年幼的妹妹
We're sisters.
我们是姐妹。
Do you have any brothers or sisters ?
你有兄弟姐妹吗?
My best friend has been like a sister to me(= very close) .
我最要好的一个朋友和我亲如姐妹。
2.
(称志同道合者)姐妹used for talking to or about other members of a women's organization or other women who have the same ideas, purpose, etc. as yourself
They supported their sisters in the dispute.
在争论中,她们支持自己的姐妹。
3.
护士长a senior female nurse who is in charge of a hospital ward
4.
女教友;(尤指)修女a female member of a religious group, especially a nun
Sister Mary
修女玛丽
the Sisters of Charity
仁爱修女会
5.
(美国大学)女生联谊会会员(in the US) a member of a sorority (= a club for a group of female students at a college or university)
6.
(informal)
(黑人的互相称谓)大姐used by black people as a form of address for a black woman
7.
同类型的;同一批的;如同姐妹的a thing that belongs to the same type or group as sth else
our sister company in Italy
我们在意大利的姊妹公司
a sister ship
同一类型的船

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