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VERB 停留;逗留;留下 If you stay where you are, you continue to be there and do not leave.
'Stay here,' Trish said. 'I'll bring the car down the drive to take you back.'...
In the old days the woman stayed at home and the man earned the money.
VERB (在某城市、旅馆或别人家)暂住，逗留 If you stay in a town, or hotel, or at someone's house, you live there for a short time.
Gordon stayed at The Park Hotel, Milan...
He tried to stay a few months every year in Scotland.
V-LINK 保持;维持 If someone or something stays in a particular state or situation, they continue to be in it.
The Republican candidate said he would 'work like crazy to stay ahead'.
...community care networks that offer classes on how to stay healthy...
VERB 不去,远离(某地) If you stay away from a place, you do not go there.
Government employees and officers also stayed away from work during the strike...
Every single employee turned up at the meeting, even people who usually stayed away.
VERB 不参与;不卷入 If you stay out of something, you do not get involved in it.
In the past, the UN has stayed out of the internal affairs of countries unless invited in...
After months of staying well out of the problem, Washington has expressed a willingness to help find a solution.
PHRASE 被普遍接受 If you say that something is here to stay, you mean that people have accepted it and it has become a part of everyday life.
Satellite TV is here to stay...
Nuclear weapons are here to stay because they have changed the way countries approach the idea of war.
PHRASE 固定不动;留在原地 If you stay put, you remain somewhere.
He was forced by his condition to stay put and remain out of politics...
Nigel says for the moment he is very happy to stay put in Lyon.
PHRASE 住一晚;过夜 If you stay the night in a place, you sleep there for one night.
They had invited me to come to supper and stay the night.