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orphan

US [ˈɔrfən]
UK [ˈɔː(r)f(ə)n]
  • n.孤儿
  • v.使成为孤儿
  • Web孤儿怨;孤疑;孤儿进程
Simple Present:orphans  Present Participle:orphaning  Past Tense:orphaned  
orphan
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n.
1.
孤儿a child whose parents are dead
He was an orphan and lived with his uncle.
他是个孤儿,和他叔叔一起生活。
orphan boys/girls
父母双亡的男孩╱女孩
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sb
使成为孤儿to make a child an orphan
She was orphaned in the war.
战争使她成为孤儿。

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