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parcel 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈpärsəl/,
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parcels, plural;
  1. Make (something) into a parcel by wrapping it
    • - he parceled up his only winter suit to take to the pawnbroker
  2. Divide into portions and then distribute
    • - they will start parceling out radio frequencies for digital cordless telephones
  3. Wrap (rope) with strips of tarred canvas before binding it with yarn as part of a traditional technique to reduce chafing

Noun
  1. A thing or collection of things wrapped in paper in order to be carried or sent by mail

  2. A quantity or amount of something, in particular

  3. A piece of land, esp. one considered as part of an estate

  4. A quantity dealt with in one commercial transaction
    • - a parcel of shares
  5. A portion of a larger body of air or other fluid considered as a discrete element


  1. package: a wrapped container
  2. divide into parts; "The developers parceled the land"
  3. cover with strips of canvas; "parcel rope"
  4. the allotment of some amount by dividing something; "death gets more than its share of attention from theologians"
  5. tract: an extended area of land
  6. package: a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
  7. A package wrapped for shipment; A division of land bought and sold as a unit; A group of birds; A small amount of food that has been wrapped up, for example a pastry; To wrap something up into the form of a package; To wrap a strip around the end of a rope
  8. (Parcelling) This is wrapping narrow strips of tarred canvas round a rope.
  9. (Parcels) fugitives to be expected
  10. A specific portion of a larger tract; a lot.
  11. Any area of land contained within a single description.
  12. An officially described piece of land.
  13. Material wrapped around a line to prevent chaffing.
  14. To dream of a parcel being delivered to you, denotes that you will be pleasantly surprised by the return of some absent one, or be cared for in a worldly way. If you carry a parcel, you will have some unpleasant task to perform. ...
  15. A volume of air small enough to contain uniform distribution of its meteorological properties and large enough to remain relatively self-contained and respond to all meteorological processes.
  16. A separately assessed for tax purposes lot or piece of real property.
  17. The individual items that make up a shipment.
  18. A part or portion of land. A lot.
  19. A unit of land that is created by a partitioning of land.
  20. a parcel of land is some defined amount of land defined by certain boundaries.  Another word for parcel of land could be “piece” of land.
  21. a tract or a plot of land
  22. An imaginary volume of air to which may be assigned dynamic and thermodynamic properties of atmospheric air. It is large enough that it contains a large number of molecules, but small enough that its properties can be taken as uniform throughout.
  23. is a fundamental cadastral unit: a piece of land which can be owned, sold, and developed. Parcels have legal descriptions which not only describe their boundaries but also contain information concerning rights and interests.
  24. a single cadastral unit, which is the spatial extent of the past, present, and future rights and interests in real property.
  25. Real property assessment unit. Land that is segregated into units by boundary lines for assessment purposes.