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detour

US [ˈdiˌtʊr]
UK [ˈdiːtʊə(r)]
  • v.绕道
  • n.弯路;绕行道
  • Web绕路;迂回;绕路而行
Simple Present:detours  Present Participle:detouring  Past Tense:detoured  
detour
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n.
1.
绕行的路;迂回路;兜圈子a longer route that you take in order to avoid a problem or to visit a place
We had to make a detour around the flooded fields.
我们只得绕道避开被洪水淹没的田野。
It's well worth making a detour to see the village.
绕道去参观一下这村子很是值得。
2.
临时绕行路;临时支路a road or route that is used when the usual one is closed
v.
1.
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~ (sb/sth) (to…)
(使)绕道,绕行to take a longer route in order to avoid a problem or to visit a place; to make sb/sth take a longer route
The President detoured to Chicago for a special meeting.
总统绕道到芝加哥参加一个特别会议。

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