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fetched 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/feCH/,
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fetched, past tense; fetched, past participle; fetches, 3rd person singular present; fetching, present participle;
  1. Go for and then bring back (someone or something)
    • - he ran to fetch help
  2. Bring forth (blood or tears)
    • - kind offers fetched tears from me
  3. Draw or take a (breath); heave (a sigh)

  4. Achieve (a particular price) when sold
    • - handwoven blankets and rugs that can fetch as much as $45,000
  5. Inflict (a blow or slap) on (someone)
    • - he always used to slam the gate and try and fetch her shins a wallop
  6. Cause great interest or delight in (someone)
    • - Nadine thought his deductions were good, but she was not as fetched by them as Larry was

  1. (fetch) the action of fetching
  2. (fetch) bring: go or come after and bring or take back; "Get me those books over there, please"; "Could you bring the wine?"; "The dog fetched the hat"
  3. (fetch) be sold for a certain price; "The painting brought $10,000"; "The old print fetched a high price at the auction"
  4. (fetch) take away or remove; "The devil will fetch you!"
  5. (fetching) very attractive; capturing interest; "a fetching new hairstyle"; "something inexpressibly taking in his manner"; "a winning personality"
  6. (Fetch!) FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman is a children's television series on PBS during the PBS Kids GO! block of educational programming. It is a game show/reality show parody that is hosted by an animated anthropomorphic dog who dispenses challenges to the show's real-life contestants. ...
  7. (Fetch (folklore)) A fetch is a supernatural double or apparition of a living person in Irish folklore. It is largely akin to the doppelgänger. ...
  8. (Fetch (FTP client)) The following tables compare general and technical information for a number of FTP clients and related clients that use other file transfer protocols. Please see the individual products' articles for further information. ...
  9. (Fetch (game)) Fetch is a game usually played with a dog. An object, such as a stick or ball, is thrown a moderate distance away from the animal, and it is the animal's objective to grab and retrieve it. ...
  10. (Fetch (oceanography)) Fetch, often called the fetch length, is a term for the length of water over which a given wind has blown. It is used in geography and meteorology and is usually associated with coastal erosion. It plays a large part in longshore drift as well. ...
  11. (fetching) Attractive; pleasant to regard
  12. (Fetch) The distance that wind and seas (waves) can travel toward land without being blocked. In areas without obstructions the wind and seas can build to great strength, but in areas such as sheltered coves and harbors the wind and seas can be quite calm. ...
  13. (fetch) The area in which ocean waves are generated by the wind. It is generally delineated by coast lines, fronts , or areas of wind curvature or divergence.
  14. (fetch) To clear a buoy, point of land or object without having to make a tack.
  15. bring, give. “Fetch me that hammer.” / “He fetched him a punch in the nose.”
  16. (fetch) A windward course set to a destination without having to tack.
  17. (Fetch) (1) The retrieving of game by the dog. (2) The command to retrieve game.
  18. (Fetch) The distance over water in which waves are generated by a wind having a rather constant direction and speed.
  19. (Fetch) When the dog brings the stock to the handler.
  20. (Fetch) An ftp client program for the Apple Macintosh
  21. (FETCH) The area in which ocean waves are generated by the wind. Also refers to the length of the fetch area, measured in the direction of the wind.
  22. (Fetch) Distance along a large water surface trajectory over which a wind of almost uniform direction and speed blows.
  23. (fetch (n)) The distance that the wind and sea travels over open water, unimpeded by land
  24. (fetch) W: To bring or get within reach by going; to reach; to arrive at; to attain; to reach by sailing.
  25. (Fetch) The processes gets the next instruction from memory by requesting the information at the address specified by the PC register. The memory copies this instruction into the IR register.