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  1. intake

    • IPA[ˈɪnteɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      an amount of food, air, or another substance taken into the body;an act of taking something into the body
    • noun: intake, plural noun: intakes

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    名詞

    • 1. an amount of food, air, or another substance taken into the body your daily intake of calories his alcohol intake
    • an act of taking something into the body she heard his sharp intake of breath a protective factor is the intake of cereal fibre
    • 2. the people taken into an organization at a particular time the new intake of MPs
    • an act of taking people into an organization the first intake of women was in 1915
    • 3. a place or structure through which something is taken in, e.g. water into a channel or pipe from a river, fuel or air into an engine, etc. cut rectangular holes for the air intake
    • the action of taking something in facilities for the intake of grain by road
    • 4. Northern English land reclaimed from a moor or common.
    • n.
      a valve that controls the passage of fluid or air into a pipe, channel, or duct: officials closed intake valves into the city's water system

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a valve that controls the passage of fluid or air into a pipe, channel, or duct: officials closed intake valves into the city's water system

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈinˌtāk]

    美式

    • n.
      an amount of food, air, or another substance taken into the body: your daily intake of calories his alcohol intake

    Oxford American Dictionary