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N-VAR 细绳;线 String is thin rope made of twisted threads, used for tying things together or tying up parcels.
He held out a small bag tied with string.
...a shiny metallic coin on a string.
N-COUNT 一串 A string of things is a number of them on a piece of string, thread, or wire.
She wore a string of pearls around her neck.
...a string of fairy lights.
N-COUNT 一行;一列;一排 A string of places or objects is a number of them that form a line.
The landscape is broken only by a string of villages...
A string of five rowing boats set out from the opposite bank.
N-COUNT 一系列，一连串(类似事件) A string of similar events is a series of them that happen one after the other.
The incident was the latest in a string of attacks...
Between 1940 and 1943 he had a string of 62 consecutive victories.
他在 1940 年至 1943 年间连续 62 次获胜。
N-COUNT (乐器的)弦 The strings on a musical instrument such as a violin or guitar are the thin pieces of wire or nylon stretched across it that make sounds when the instrument is played.
He went off to change a guitar string.
...a twenty-one-string harp.
N-PLURAL (管弦乐团的)弦乐器，弦乐器组 The strings are the section of an orchestra which consists of stringed instruments played with a bow.
The strings provided a melodic background to the passages played by the soloist...
There was a 20-member string section.
有一个 20 人组成的弦乐器组。
N-COUNT (计算机技术中的)字符串，信息串 In computing, a string is a particular series of letters, numbers, symbols, or spaces, for example a word or phrase that you want to search for in a document.
VERB 悬挂;系;扎 If you string something somewhere, you hang it up between two or more objects.
He had strung a banner across the wall.
PHRASE 另有一手;两手准备 If someone has more than one string to their bow, they have more than one ability or thing they can use if the first one they try is not successful.
I'm never out of work because I have so many strings to my bow.
PHRASE 不带附加条件;无任何限制 If something is offered to you with no strings attached or with no strings, it is offered without any special conditions.
Aid should be given to developing countries with no strings attached.
...no-strings grants that last for five years.
PHRASE 拉关系;走后门 If you pull strings, you use your influence with other people in order to get something done, often unfairly.
Tony is sure he can pull a few strings and get you in.