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VERB 追溯;查考;探索 If you trace the origin or development of something, you find out or describe how it started or developed.
The exhibition traces the history of graphic design in America from the 19th century to the present...
I first went there to trace my roots, visiting my mum's home island of Jamaica…
VERB 查出;探出;找到 If you trace someone or something, you find them after looking for them.
Police are anxious to trace two men seen leaving the house just before 8am...
We are currently trying to trace the whereabouts of certain sums of money…
VERB (用手指或脚尖等在表面上)勾画…的轮廓，描绘，勾勒 If you trace something such as a pattern or a shape, for example with your finger or toe, you mark its outline on a surface.
I traced the course of the river on the map.
VERB (把透明纸覆盖在底样上)映描，描摹 If you trace a picture, you copy it by covering it with a piece of transparent paper and drawing over the lines underneath.
She learned to draw by tracing pictures out of old storybooks.
N-COUNT 少许;微量 A trace of something is a very small amount of it.
Wash them in cold water to remove all traces of sand...
He took great pains to write on his subject without a trace of sensationalism.
N-COUNT 痕迹;遗迹;踪迹;足迹 A trace is a sign which shows you that someone or something has been in a place.
The local church has traces of fifteenth-century frescoes…
当地教堂仍留有 15 世纪壁画的遗迹。
There's been no trace of my aunt and uncle...
PHRASE 销声匿迹;迅速沉寂 If you say that someone or something sinks without trace or sinks without a trace, you mean that they stop existing or stop being successful very suddenly and completely.
The Social Democratic Party has sunk without trace at these elections...
Pop groups are like Olympic swimmers — they hit gold once, then they sink without trace.