- v.（使…）成对， （使…）成双( pair的过去式和过去分词 ); 交配，交尾
The squad members paired off to find places to eat and sleep.
Smokers and nonsmokers are paired up as roommates.
The scouts paired off and began to patrol the area.
When she finished the mending, she paired up the socks.
She paired off with Alice in a tennis doubles match.
Li Ying paired off with Liu Hua in a tennis doubles match.
She paired her son with that girl.
Most of the friends we knew at school have now paired off and had families.
After dinner the boys and girls paired off and went to the dance.
Panning and zooming, especially when paired together, create navigation difficulties for users.
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After dinner the boys and girls paired off and went to dance.
The heart is dorsal and is provided with paired ostia.
Every solemn, " official " utterance can be paired with another that is sharply irreverent.
有一本正经的 “ 官方 ” 意见,就有另外一种玩世不恭的意见.
The two eventually paired off after having been friends for several years.
In gym class we paired off for the game.
The researchers, led by Martin Reimann, carried out a series of experiments to see if people would choose a smaller meal if it was paired with a non-food item.
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They are generally more popular than whites and can usually be paired with food more easily.
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To help determine the ingredients of attraction, researchers paired 164 college classmates and had them talk for 3, 6 or 10 minutes so they could get a sense of each other's individuality.
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In contrast, only five of the 30 children paired with the "unreliable" tester participated in a follow-up activity.
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1. used of gloves, socks, etc.
2. of leaves etc; growing in pairs on either side of a stem;
3. mated sexually