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ADJ-GRADED 较重要的;较重大的;主要的 You use major when you want to describe something that is more important, serious, or significant than other things in a group or situation.
The major factor in the decision to stay or to leave was usually professional...
Drug abuse has long been a major problem for the authorities there...
N-COUNT; N-TITLE; N-VOC (英国)陆军(或海军陆战队)少校;(美国)陆军(或空军、海军陆战队)少校 A major is an officer who is one rank above captain in the British army or the United States army, air force, or marines.
I was a major in the war, you know.
...Major Alan Bulman.
N-COUNT (美国大学中的)主修课程，专业 At a university or college in the United States, a student's major is the main subject that they are studying.
English majors would be asked to explore the roots of language.
N-COUNT (美国大学中)主修…的学生，…专业的学生 At a university or college in the United States, if a student is, for example, a geology major, geology is the main subject they are studying.
She was named the outstanding undergraduate history major at the University of Oklahoma.
VERB (在美国大学)主修，专攻 If a student at a university or college in the United States majors in a particular subject, that subject is the main one they study.
He majored in finance at Claremont Men's College in California.
ADJ (音乐)大调的，大音阶的 In music, a major scale is one in which the third note is two tones higher than the first.
...Mozart's Symphony No 35 in D Major.
N-COUNT 大型公司;重要企业 A major is a large or important company.
Oil majors need not fear being unable to sell their crude.
N-PLURAL 职业体育总会;(尤指美国)职业棒球联合总会，职业棒球大联盟 The majors are groups of professional sports teams that compete against each other, especially in American baseball.
I knew what I could do in the minor leagues, I just wanted a chance to prove myself in the majors.
N-COUNT 大型体育比赛;(尤指高尔夫球或网球)大赛 A major is an important sporting competition, especially in golf or tennis.
Sarazen became the first golfer to win all four majors.