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consort

US [ˈkɑnˌsɔrt]
UK [ˈkɒnsɔː(r)t]
  • n.(统治者的)配偶;一组(古乐器);(演奏几世纪前音乐的)一组乐师
  • v.厮混;鬼混
  • Web明妃;试验报告统一标准;康索尔特歌
Plural Form:consorts  Present Participle:consorting  Past Tense:consorted  
consort
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n.
1.
(统治者的)配偶the husband or wife of a ruler
the prince consort(= the queen's husband)
亲王(女王的丈夫)
2.
一组(古乐器);(演奏几世纪前音乐的)一组乐师a group of old-fashioned musical instruments, or a group of musicians who play music from several centuries ago
v.
1.
[i]
~ with sb
厮混;鬼混to spend time with sb that other people do not approve of
He is known to have consorted with prostitutes.
众所周知他曾与妓女厮混在一起。

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