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harbour

US [ˈhɑrbər]
UK [ˈhɑː(r)bə(r)]
  • n.港口;港湾;(海)港
  • v.窝藏;怀有;包含;藏有
  • Web海港;避难所;怀着
Plural Form:harbours  Present Participle:harbouring  Past Participle:harboured  
harbour
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n.
1.
[c][u]
(海)港;港口;港湾an area of water on the coast, protected from the open sea by strong walls, where ships can shelter
Several boats lay at anchor in the harbour.
港湾里停泊着几条船。
to enter/leave harbour
进入╱离开港口
v.
1.
~ sb
窝藏,庇护(罪犯等)to hide and protect sb who is hiding from the police
Police believe someone must be harbouring the killer.
警方相信一定有人窝藏了杀人犯。
2.
~ sth
怀有,心怀(尤指反面感情或想法)to keep feelings or thoughts, especially negative ones, in your mind for a long time
The arsonist may harbour a grudge against the company.
纵火犯可能对公司怀恨在心。
She began to harbour doubts about the decision.
她开始对这个决定产生怀疑。
3.
~ sth
包含;藏有to contain sth and allow it to develop
Your dishcloth can harbour many germs.
洗碗布中可能藏有很多病菌。

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