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  • 1 league

    れんめい 連盟
    * * *
    /líːɡ/ 〔「縛る(bind)」が原義〕
    〖名〗(複~s/-z/) 〖C〗
    1 同盟連盟; 盟約

    the L~ (of Nations) 国際連盟《1920-46; the United Nationsの前身》.

    2 〔スポーツ〕競技連盟, リーグ

    National Football L~((米))全米プロフットボールリーグ(〖略〗NFL)

    a ~ match リーグ戦.

    3 [集合的に] 同盟参加者; 団体, 協会.
    4 ((略式))同類, 部類, 仲間.
    be not in the same league (as O) =
    be in a different league (from O)
    〈人が〉(O〈人〉ほど)できない, 重要[金持]でない, 〈物が〉(O〈物〉ほど)よくない.
    in league (with O)
    (通例悪事をするため)(〈人〉と)結託して, こっそり協力して; (…と)同盟[連合]して.
    〖動〗|他|…を〔…に〕同盟させる〔 with〕.
    |自|団結する(+ together); ((古))〔…と〕同盟を結ぶ〔 with〕.
    〖名〗〖U〗〖C〗((古))リーグ《距離の単位; 約4. 8km》.

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  • 2 league

    n. 連盟; 競技連盟; 距離の単位
    v. 同盟を結ぶ; 団結する

    English-Japanese new dictionary > league

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