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  1. trace

    • IPA[treɪs]

    英式

    • v.
      find or discover by investigation;find or describe the origin or development of
    • n.
      a mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something;a line or pattern displayed by an instrument to show the existence or nature of something which is being recorded or measured.
    • verb: trace, 3rd person present: traces, gerund or present participle: tracing, past tense: traced, past participle: traced

    • noun: trace, plural noun: traces

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    • n.
      a chemical element present only in minute amounts in a particular sample or environment.

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    • n.
      a chemical element present only in minute amounts in a particular sample or environment.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a hypothetical permanent change in the nervous system brought about by memorizing something; an ...

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    • n.
      a fossil of a footprint, trail, burrow, or other trace of an animal rather than of the animal ...

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    • n.
      a strand of conducting vessels extending from the stem to the base of a leaf.

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    • n.
      a fossil of a footprint, trail, burrow, or other trace of an animal rather than of the animal ...

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    • IPA[trās]

    美式

    • v.
      find or discover by investigation: police are trying to trace a white van seen in the area
    • n.
      a mark, object, or other indication of the existence or passing of something: remove all traces of the old adhesive the aircraft disappeared without trace

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    • IPA[treɪs]

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    • n.
      each of the two side straps, chains, or ropes by which a horse is attached to a vehicle that it ... the horses pulling the carriage suddenly snapped the traces and bolted off

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    • IPA[trās]

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    • n.
      each of the two side straps, chains, or ropes by which a horse is attached to a vehicle that it ... the horses pulling the carriage suddenly snapped the traces and bolted off

    Oxford American Dictionary