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relay

US [ˈriˌleɪ]
UK [ˈriːleɪ]
  • n.接力赛;接班的人(或动物);轮换者;中继设备
  • v.转发(信息、消息等);转播(电视或广播信号)
  • Web继电器;分程传递;传达
Plural Form:relays  Present Participle:relaying  Past Tense:relayed  Past Tense:relaid  
relay
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v.
1.
~ sth (to sb)
转发(信息、消息等)to receive and send on information, news, etc. to sb
He relayed the message to his boss.
他将这个消息转给了他的老板。
Instructions were relayed to him by phone.
通过电话将指令转达给了他。
2.
~ sth (to sb)
播放,转播(电视或广播信号)to broadcast television or radio signals
The game was relayed by satellite to audiences all over the world.
这场比赛通过卫星向全世界的观众进行了转播。
n.
1.
接力赛a race between teams in which each member of the team runs or swims one section of the race
the 4 × 100m relay
4 × 100 米接力赛
a relay team
接力队
the sprint relay
短跑接力赛
2.
接班的人(或动物);轮换者a fresh set of people or animals that take the place of others that are tired or have finished a period of work
Rescuers worked in relays to save the trapped miners.
救援人员轮班营救受困的矿工。
3.
中继设备an electronic device that receives radio or television signals and sends them on again with greater strength
a relay station
中继站

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