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ribbon

US [ˈrɪbən]
UK ['rɪbən]
  • n.丝带;绶带;勋带;(用于捆绑或装饰的)带子
  • v.用丝带装饰;加上带状条纹;撕碎;形成带状
  • Web缎带;功能区;色带
Plural Form:ribbons  
ribbon
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n.
1.
[u][c]
(用于捆绑或装饰的)带子;丝带a narrow strip of material, used to tie things or for decoration
a present tied with yellow ribbon
系着黄丝带的礼物
lengths of velvet ribbon
一段段天鹅绒带子
She was wearing two blue silk ribbons in her hair.
她的头发上系着两根蓝色丝带。
2.
[c]
带状物;狭长的东西something that is long and narrow in shape
The road was a ribbon of moonlight.
这条路在月光下如同一条缎带。
3.
[c]
绶带;勋带a ribbon in special colours, or tied in a special way, that is given to sb as a prize or as a military honour, or that is worn by sb to show that they belong to a particular political party
4.
[c]
(打字机或打印机的)色带a long strip of material containing ink that you put into typewriters and some computer printers

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