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VERB 击败;战胜 If you defeat someone, you win a victory over them in a battle, game, or contest.
His guerrillas defeated the colonial army in 1954...
The NHL Stanley Cup was won by the Montreal Canadians, who defeated the Boston Bruins four games to one.
蒙特利尔加拿大人队以 4 比1战胜波士顿棕熊队，夺得了国家冰球联盟斯坦利杯。
VERB 否决(提案或动议) If a proposal or motion in a debate is defeated, more people vote against it than for it.
The proposal was defeated by just one vote.
VERB (任务或问题)难住，难倒 If a task or a problem defeats you, it is so difficult that you cannot do it or solve it.
There were times when the challenges of writing such a huge novel almost defeated her.
VERB 挫败(行动或计划);使落空 To defeat an action or plan means to cause it to fail.
The navy played a limited but significant role in defeating the rebellion...
He swore to defeat Odin's plan.
N-VAR 战败;失利;失败 Defeat is the experience of being beaten in a battle, game, or contest, or of failing to achieve what you wanted to.
The most important thing is not to admit defeat until you really have to...
The vote is seen as a defeat for the anti-abortion lobby...