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dock

US [dɑk]
UK [dɒk]
  • n.码头;船坞;船埠;港区
  • v.停靠码头;(使航天器在外层空间)对接;扣除(部分工资等)
  • Web底座;基座;被告席
Plural Form:docks  Present Participle:docking  Past Tense:docked  
dock
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n.
1.
[c]
船坞;船埠;码头a part of a port where ships are repaired, or where goods are put onto or taken off them
dock workers
码头工人
The ship was in dock .
船泊在船坞。
2.
[pl]
港区a group of docks in a port and the buildings around them that are used for repairing ships, storing goods, etc.
3.
[c]
(供运货汽车或铁路货车装卸货物的)月台a raised platform for loading vehicles or trains
4.
[c]
(法庭的)被告席the part of a court where the person who has been accused of a crime stands or sits during a trial
He's been in the dock(= on trial for a crime) several times already.
他已受审多次。
5.
[u]
酸模(北欧阔叶野草,可用来揉擦被荨麻刺伤的皮肤以止痛)a wild plant of northern Europe with large thick leaves that can be rubbed on skin that has been stung by nettles to make it less painful
dock leaves
酸模叶
v.
1.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
(使船)进港,停靠码头,进入船坞if a shipdocks or youdock a ship, it sails into a harbour and stays there
The ferry is expected to dock at 6.
渡船预计在 6 点停靠码头。
2.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
(使航天器在外层空间)对接if two spacecraftdock , orare docked , they are joined together in space
Next year, a technology module will be docked on the space station.
明年将有一个技术舱与航天站对接。
3.
[t]
扣除(部分工资等)to take away part of sb's wages, etc.
If you're late, your wages will be docked.
如果你迟到了,就要扣你的工资。
They've docked 15% off my pay for this week.
本周他们扣掉了我 15% 的工资。
4.
[t]
~ sth
入坞(将电脑连接到扩展坞)to connect a computer to a docking station
5.
[t]
~ sth
剪短(动物的尾巴)to cut an animal's tail short

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