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notch

US [nɑtʃ]
UK [nɒtʃ]
  • n.等级;档次;位阶;(表面或边缘的) V 形刻痕
  • v.赢取;获得;(在表面或边缘)刻 V 形痕
  • Web槽口;缺口;切口
Plural Form:notches  Present Participle:notching  Past Tense:notched  
notch
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n.
1.
等级;档次;位阶a level on a scale, often marking quality or achievement
The quality of the food here has dropped a notch recently.
这里的饭菜质量最近下降了一级。
2.
(表面或边缘的) V 形刻痕,圆形切口a V-shape or a circle cut in an edge or a surface, sometimes used to keep a record of sth
For each day he spent on the island, he cut a new notch in his stick.
他在岛上每过一天,就在手杖上刻一个新的记号。
She tightened her belt an extra notch.
她将腰带又束紧了一格。
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sth (up)
赢取;获得to achieve sth such as a win or a high score
The team has notched up 20 goals already this season.
这支球队本赛季已经攻进 20 个球。
2.
~ sth
(在表面或边缘)刻 V 形痕,刻下切口to make a small V-shaped cut in an edge or a surface

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