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mainstream

US [ˈmeɪnˌstrim]
UK [ˈmeɪnˌstriːm]
  • n.主流;干流;(河流的)主流
  • v.使…成为主流;将(残障儿童等)纳入正规班级
  • adj.主流的
  • Web主流级;主流型;主流社会
Simple Present:mainstreams  Present Participle:mainstreaming  Past Tense:mainstreamed  
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n.
1.
[sing]
主流思想;主流群体the ideas and opinions that are thought to be normal because they are shared by most people; the people whose ideas and opinions are most accepted
His radical views place him outside the mainstream of American politics.
他的激进观点使他脱离了美国政治的主流。
v.
1.
~ sth
使为大多数人所接受to make a particular idea or opinion accepted by most people
Vegetarianism has been mainstreamed.
素食主义已为大多数人所接受。
2.
~ sb
让(身心有缺陷的儿童)融入主流教育to include children with mental or physical problems in ordinary school classes
adj.

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