in the sense of piece
a separate bit or parta piece of woodAnother piece of cake?
in the sense of robust
sturdily builtHis robust physique counts for much in the modern game.
rugged (US, Canadian),
in good health,
alive and kicking,
in fine fettle,
fit as a fiddle (informal),
in the sense of sound
free from damage, injury, or decayHis body was still sound.
in the sense of strong
(of an economy, an industry, a currency, etc.) growing, successful, or increasing in valueIt took me a long while to feel well and strong again.
in the sense of totality
the whole amountWe must take into consideration the totality of the evidence.
in the sense of unabridged
(of a book or text) complete and not shortened or condensedthe unabridged version of `War and Peace'
in the sense of unbroken
complete or wholeAgainst all odds her glasses remained unbroken after the explosion.
in the sense of undivided
total and whole-heartedAdults rarely give the television their undivided attention.
in the sense of unharmed
not hurt or damaged in any wayThe car was a write-off, but everyone escaped unharmed.
Video: pronunciation of 'whole'
whole 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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