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sub

US [sʌb]
UK [sʌb]
  • n.替补队员;(向俱乐部等定期交纳的)会员费;助理编辑;审校人
  • v.(在比赛中)替换(队员);暂代(某人)工作;替班;代用
  • adj.补充的
  • prep.…的下面的
  • Web子过程(subprocess);子程序(subroutine);辅助
Plural Form:subs  Past Tense:subbed  Present Participle:subbing  
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n.
1.
替补队员a substitute who replaces another player in a team
He came on as sub.
他作为替补上场。
2.
(向俱乐部等定期交纳的)会员费a subscription (= money that you pay regularly when you are a member of a club, etc.)
3.
助理编辑;审校人a subeditor
4.
(informal)
代课教师a substitute teacher
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb
(在比赛中)替换(队员)to replace a sports player with another player during a game
He was subbed after just five minutes because of a knee injury.
他仅上场了五分钟便因膝部受伤被替换下场。
2.
[i]
~ (for sb)
暂代(某人)工作;替班to do sb else's job for them for a short time
3.
[t]
~ sth for sth
代用;替代(尤指通常使用的东西)to use sth instead of sth else, especially instead of the thing you would normally use
For a lower-calorie version of the recipe, try subbing milk for cream.
要降低这道菜的热量,可用牛奶代替奶油。
4.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb sth
短期借(款)给to lend sb money for a short time
Could you sub me £50 till next week?
借我 50 英镑,下星期还你,可以吗?

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