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N-COUNT 树篱 A hedge is a row of bushes or small trees, usually along the edge of a garden, field, or road.
VERB 防备，防范（尤指金钱损失） If you hedge against something unpleasant or unwanted that might affect you, especially losing money, you do something which will protect you from it.
You can hedge against redundancy or illness with insurance...
Today's clever financial instruments make it possible for firms to hedge their risks.
N-COUNT 防护物;防备手段;防范措施 Something that is a hedge against something unpleasant will protect you from its effects.
Gold is traditionally a hedge against inflation.
VERB 躲闪;回避 If you hedge, you avoid answering a question or committing yourself to a particular action or decision.
They hedged in answering various questions about the operation...
'I can't give you an answer now,' he hedged.
PHRASE 两面下注以防损失;骑墙 If you hedge your bets, you reduce the risk of losing a lot by supporting more than one person or thing in a situation where they are opposed to each other.
Hawker Siddeley tried to hedge its bets by diversifying into other fields...
Forecasters are hedging their bets about the outcome of this Saturday's Louisiana governor's race.