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central

US [ˈsentrəl]
UK ['sentrəl]
  • adj.最重要的;首要的;主要的;起支配作用的
  • n.〈美〉电话总局;接线员
  • Web中环;中心的;中央的
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adj.
1.
最重要的;首要的;主要的most important
The central issue is that of widespread racism.
最重要的问题是种族主义到处泛滥。
She has been a central figure in the campaign.
她一直是这场运动的主要人物。
Prevention also plays a central role in traditional medicine.
预防在传统医学中也起着主导作用。
Reducing inflation is central to(= is an important part of) the government's economic policy.
减少通货膨胀是政府经济政策最重要的组成部分。
2.
起支配作用的;有控制力的having power or control over other parts
the central committee(= of a political party)
(政党的)中央委员会
The organization has a central office in York.
该组织在约克设有总部。
3.
在中心的;中央的in the centre of an area or object
central London
伦敦中心区
Central America/Europe/Asia
中美洲;中欧;中亚
the central area of the brain
大脑中枢
4.
容易到达的;交通方便的;四通八达的easily reached from many areas
The flat is very central─just five minutes from Princes Street.
这座公寓位于市中心,离王子街只需要五分钟。
a central location
中心位置
5.
中央的(发音时舌高点在口腔中间位置)produced with the centre of the tongue in a higher position than the front or the back, for example3: inbird

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