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  1. roller coaster

    英式

    • n.
      a fairground attraction that consists of a light railway track which has many tight turns and steep slopes on which people ride in small, fast open carriages.;something characterized by wild and unpredictable changes
    • v.
      move, change, or occur in a dramatically changeable manner
    • verb: roller-coaster, 3rd person present: roller-coasters, gerund or present participle: roller-coastering, past tense: roller-coastered, past participle: roller-coastered

    • noun: roller coaster, plural noun: roller coasters

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a fairground attraction that consists of a light railway track which has many tight turns and steep slopes on which people ride in small, fast open carriages.
    • something characterized by wild and unpredictable changes a terrific roller coaster of a book

    動詞

    • 1. move, change, or occur in a dramatically changeable manner the twentieth century fades behind us and history roller-coasters on
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    • IPA[ˌrōlər ˈkōstər]

    美式

    • n.
      an amusement park attraction that consists of a light railroad track with many tight turns and ...
    • v.
      move, change, or occur in the dramatically changeable manner of a roller coaster: the twentieth century fades behind us and history roller-coasters on

    Oxford American Dictionary