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  1. beard

    • IPA[ˈbird]

    美式

    • n.
      a growth of hair on the chin and lower cheeks of a man's face;a tuft of hair on the chin of certain mammals, for example a lion or goat.
    • v.
      boldly confront or challenge (someone formidable)
    • noun: beard, plural noun: beards

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a growth of hair on the chin and lower cheeks of a man's face:

      he had a black beard

      three days' growth of beard

    • 2. a tuft of hair on the chin of certain mammals, for example a lion or goat.
    • 3. an animal's growth or marking that is likened to a beard, e.g., the gills of an oyster, or the beak bristles of certain birds.
    • 4. a tuft of hairs or bristles on certain plants, especially the awn of a grass.
    • 5. a person who carries out a transaction, typically a bet, for someone else in order to conceal the other's identity:

      the beard permitted the manipulator to protect the odds

    • 6. a person who pretends to have a romantic or sexual relationship with someone else in order to conceal the other's true sexual orientation:

      the closeted male and his female “beard

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. boldly confront or challenge (someone formidable):

      he was afraid to beard the sultan himself

    • adj. having a growth of hair on one's cheeks and chin:

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • adj. having a growth of hair on one's cheeks and chin:

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • n. an oblong-shaped beard.

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • ph. (1903–85), US chef and cookbook author. He hosted the first televised cooking show and founded a cooking school in New York.

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • n. a plant of the daisy family, with slender grasslike leaves, yellow flowers that typically close at about midday, and downy fruits that resemble those of a dandelion. Native to Eurasia, it has become established in eastern North America.

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • n. a Eurasian plant of the daisy family, with slender grasslike leaves, yellow flowers that close at about midday, and downy fruits which resemble those of a dandelion.

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • n. a name given to various plants, especially the rose of Sharon

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • n. a name given to the rose of Sharon and some other plants.

    • beside me sat a pair of bearded men

      a grey-bearded man

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    • IPA[bɪəd]

    英式

    • n.
      a growth of hair on the chin and lower cheeks of a man's face:
    • he had a black beard

      three days' growth of beard

    • v.
      boldly confront or challenge (someone formidable):
    • he was afraid to beard the sultan himself

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    • beard the lion在這句話是什麼意思?

      ...中以前有看過這個句子,不過我忘記在哪看過了. 這是我在一個網站上查到的~ beard the lion in his den: face someone strong openly or boldly. 入獅穴捋獅須(喻公然...

    • bear & beard 的發音問題

      -ear唸成[Ir]是常例,唸得像bear, pear等是「例外」要死記。這裡還有更多例子:http://mail.erdc.cyc.edu.tw/classweb/UploadDocument/3282_v_ear.swf蝦米小居,初級英語教學網站。www.sammiwago.idv.tw