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discard

US [dɪsˈkɑrd]
UK [dɪsˈkɑː(r)d]
  • v.丢弃;抛弃;垫(牌);打出(无用的牌)
  • n.被抛弃的人(或物);(尤指纸牌游戏中)垫出的牌
  • Web放弃;遗弃;舍弃
Simple Present:discards  Present Participle:discarding  Past Tense:discarded  
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v.
1.
[t]
丢弃;抛弃to get rid of sth that you no longer want or need
The room was littered with discarded newspapers.
房间里到处是乱扔的报纸。
He had discarded his jacket because of the heat.
因天气炎热他脱掉了夹克。
She could now discard all thought of promotion.
她现在可以打消晋升的念头了。
10% of the data was discarded as unreliable.
10% 的数据因不可靠而被废弃。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
垫(牌);打出(无用的牌)to get rid of a card that you do not want
n.
1.
被抛弃的人(或物);(尤指纸牌游戏中)垫出的牌a person or thing that is not wanted or thrown away, especially a card in a card game

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