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fetch
fɛtʃ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The action of fetching.
(动) As a verb
  1. Go or come after and bring or take back.
  2. Take away or remove.
  3. Be sold for a certain price.
Hyphenationfetch
Part of Speech(动) verb, (名) noun
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取得qǔdéto acquire; to get; to obtain
to hold; to seize; to catch; to apprehend; to take; (used in the same way as : to mark the following noun as a direct object)
诡计guǐjìtrick; ruse; crafty scheme
hún
带来dàiláito bring; to bring about; to produce
推出tuīchūto push out; to release; to launch; to publish; to recommend
引出yǐnchūto extract; to draw out
杀死shāsǐto kill
吸引xīyǐnto attract (interest, investment etc)
fǎnto take; to fetch
拿来náláito bring; to fetch; to get
qiǎnto take; to receive; to fetch; to take hold of
to back up; to support, to take; to receive; to fetch; to obtain; to take hold of
(corrupted form) to back up; to support, to take; to receive; to fetch; to obtain; to take hold of; (Cant.) to throw, heave, fling away
qiān(same as U+9D6E ) to peck, poverty; poor, things of the same value, to take; to fetch; to obtain, to select; to choose, (of a bird) to peck
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