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mine

US [maɪn]
UK [maɪn]
  • n.矿;矿井;地雷;水雷
  • v.采矿;布雷;埋雷于;用雷炸毁(车辆)
  • pron.我的;我的家
  • Web矿山;矿场
Plural Form:mines  Present Participle:mining  Past Tense:mined  
mine
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pron.
1.
我的of or belonging to the person writing or speaking
That's mine.
这是我的。
He's a friend of mine(= one of my friends) .
他是我的一个朋友。
She wanted one like mine(= like I have) .
她想要一个和我的一样的。
2.
(informal)
我的家my home
Let's go back to mine after the show.
看完表演后我们去我家吧。
n.
1.
矿井;矿a deep hole or holes under the ground where minerals such as coal, gold, etc. are dug
a copper/diamond mine
铜矿;钻石矿
2.
地雷;水雷a type of bomb that is hidden under the ground or in the sea and that explodes when sb/sth touches it
IDM
a mine of information (about/on sb/sth)
信息源泉;知识宝库a person, book, etc. that can give you a lot of information on a particular subject
v.
1.
[t][i]
(在某地)开矿,采矿to dig holes in the ground in order to find and obtain coal, diamonds, etc.
The area has been mined for slate for centuries.
这个地区开采板岩有数百年了。
They were mining for gold.
他们在开采黄金。
2.
[t]
~ sth
埋雷于;布雷;用雷炸毁(车辆)to place mines n. below the surface of an area of land or water; to destroy a vehicle with mines
The coastal route had been mined.
沿海道路上布了地雷。
The UN convoy was mined on its way to the border.
联合国车队在驶往边界的途中触雷被炸。

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