procession

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源自中古英語 processioun,借自古法語 pourciession,源自拉丁語 prōcessiō (行进,前进;(晚期拉丁语)宗教队伍),源自prōcēdereprōcessus (前行,前进)的过去分词,详见proceed

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  • IPA(幫助)/pɹəˈsɛʃən/
  • 斷字:pro‧ces‧sion
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procession (複數 processions)

  1. 进步前进开展
  2. 行列队伍队列游行队伍
    a procession of mourners
    送葬队伍
    the Lord Mayor's procession
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  3. 一系列按顺序的事件,发生的事
  4. (ecclesiastical, 棄用, 複數形式) 连祷文
    • 1894Orby ShipleyCarmina Mariana:
      In many a form I see thee oft
      In myriad manners are thy praises told
      In old processions carved on Grecian urns
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  5. (板球) 快速连续撤换击球手
    • 2012,K. L. Mohana Varma, Cricket-Indo: The Story of an Indo-Pak One-Day Cricket Turf War, 頁號205:
      Before he closed and opened his eyes, the bails on the wicket behind Johnny Masih were shattered. That was the beginning of a procession. The second ball clean bowled the batsman. The third ball was a catch for the wicketkeeper.
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    • 2015,Steve Dolman, Edwin Smith: A Life in Derbyshire Cricket, 頁號36:
      Scotland moved nicely to 45 without loss before I took the first wicket and then it became a procession.
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procession (第三人稱單數簡單現在時 processions,現在分詞 processioning,一般過去時及過去分詞 processioned)

  1. (不及物) 参与到行列中
  2. (及物, 過時) 在送葬队伍中吊唁
  3. (及物, 法律, 美國, 北卡羅來納州, Tennessee) 划定土地边界
    • 1856,Alexander Mansfield Burrill, A Law Dictionary and Glossary, PROCESSIONING:
      To procession the lands of such persons as desire it.
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procession f (複數 processions)

  1. 队伍行列

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