Anonymous
Anonymous asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

Hole與Opening的分別

在英文課本上面看到了Hole與Opening的意思,都有「洞」的意思

可是老師卻沒有補充什麼時候用Hole,什麼時候用Opening

大家可以幫我解答嗎?

Update:

我要的是要如何分辨用法...

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    hole

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    n. (名詞 noun)[C]

    1. 洞;破洞;孔眼[(+in)]

    There is a hole in the wall.

    牆上有一個洞。

    2. (動物的)洞穴,窩

    3. 狹小的住處;地牢

    4. 【口】為難的處境

    His refusal put us in a hole.

    他的拒絕使我們處於為難的境地。

    5. 漏洞;缺陷[(+in)]

    There are holes in his argument.

    他的論點有欠缺。

    6. 【高爾夫】球洞

    vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb)

    1. 鑿洞於,穿孔於

    They holed a tunnel through the mountains.

    他們開鑿了一條隧道穿過大山。

    2. 把...放入(或打入)洞中

    vi. (不及物動詞 intransitive verb)

    1. (高爾夫球等)進入洞中[(+out)]

    opening

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    n. (名詞 noun)

    1. 開始;開頭;開會[C][U]

    The official opening of the store will take place next week.

    這家店下週正式開張。

    2. 開始的部分;(戲劇的)首演[C]

    The book's opening is dull, but the last chapters are interesting.

    那本書的開始部分枯燥乏味,但最後幾章很有意思。

    3. 穴,孔;通道[C]

    There was an opening in the wall.

    牆上有個洞。

    4. (林中)空地[C]

    5. (職位的)空缺[C]

    There are two openings in the office.

    那家辦事處有兩個空缺。

    6. 機會,好時機[C]

    good openings for business

    做生意的大好時機

    a. (形容詞 adjective)

    1. 開首的,開始的[B]

    My family and friends came to the opening night of my play.

    我的家人和朋友出席了那晚我的話劇的首場演出。

    opening remarks

    開場白

    Source(s): yahoo的字典
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