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muster

US [ˈmʌstər]
UK [ˈmʌstə(r)]
  • v.集合;找寻;赶拢(牛、羊)
  • n.聚集的人群;(尤指)集结的兵力
  • Web鼓起;召集;调集
Plural Form:musters  Present Participle:mustering  Past Tense:mustered  
muster
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth (up)
找寻,聚集,激起(支持、勇气等)to find as much support, courage, etc. as you can
We mustered what support we could for the plan.
我们极尽所能为这项计划寻求支持。
She left the room with all the dignity she could muster .
她尽量庄重体面地走了出去。
2.
[i][t]
集合,召集,集结(尤指部队)to come together, or bring people, especially soldiers, together for example for military action
The troops mustered.
部队集结起来。
to muster an army
集合一支部队
3.
[t]
~ sth
赶拢(牛、羊)to gather together sheep or cows
n.
1.
聚集的人群;(尤指)集结的兵力a group of people, especially soldiers, that have been brought together
muster stations(= parts of a building, a ship, etc. that people must go to if there is an emergency)
集结站

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