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observer

US [əbˈzɜrvər]
UK [əbˈzɜː(r)və(r)]
  • n.观察员;观察者;观察家;观测者
  • Web观察者模式;观察家报;观察器
Plural Form:observers  
observer
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n.
1.
观察者;观测者;目击者a person who watches sb/sth
According to observers, the plane exploded shortly after take-off.
据目击者说,飞机起飞后不久就爆炸了。
To the casual observer(= somebody who does not pay much attention) , the system appears confusing.
乍看起来,这个系统好像条理不清。
2.
观察员;旁听者a person who attends a meeting, lesson, etc. to listen and watch but not to take part
A team of British officials were sent as observers to the conference.
一组英国官员被派去做大会观察员。
3.
观察家;观察员;评论员a person who watches and studies particular events, situations, etc. and is therefore considered to be an expert on them
a royal observer
王室观察家

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