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bellwether

US [ˈbelˌweðər]
UK [ˈbelweðə(r)]
  • n.征兆;前导
  • Web领头羊;领导者,领头羊;龙头股
Plural Form:bellwethers  
bellwether
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征兆;前导something that is used as a sign of what will happen in the future
University campuses are often the bellwether of change.
大学校园往往引领变革的新潮。

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