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ward

US [wɔrd]
UK [wɔː(r)d]
  • n.病房;病室;选区;受监护人(受法院或监护人保护的人,尤指儿童)
  • v.防止;守护;收容
  • Web沃德;华德;监房
Plural Form:wards  Present Participle:warding  Past Tense:warded  
Ward
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n.
1.
病房;病室a separate room or area in a hospital for people with the same type of medical condition
a maternity/surgical/psychiatric/children's, etc. ward
产科、外科、精神科、儿科等病房
He worked as a nurse on the children's ward .
他在儿科病房当护士。
2.
(英国城市中可选出一位地方议员的)区,选区(in Britain) one of the areas into which a city is divided and which elects and is represented by a member of the local council
3.
受监护人(受法院或监护人保护的人,尤指儿童)a person, especially a child, who is under the legal protection of a court or another person (called a guardian )
The child was made a ward of court .
这个孩子由法院监护。
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