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  1. body

    • IPA[ˈbɒdi]

    英式

    • n.
      the physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animal;the trunk apart from the head and the limbs
    • v.
      give material form to something abstract;build the bodywork of (a motor vehicle)
    • noun: body, plural noun: bodies

    • verb: body, 3rd person present: bodies, gerund or present participle: bodying, past tense: bodied, past participle: bodied

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animal:

      it's important to keep your body in good condition

    • 2. the trunk apart from the head and the limbs:

      the blow almost severed his head from his body

    • 3. a corpse:

      they found his body washed up on the beach

    • 4. the physical and mortal aspect of a person as opposed to the soul or spirit:

      we're together in body and spirit

    • 5. a person's body regarded as an object of sexual desire:

      he was just after her body

    • 6. a person of a specified type:

      a motherly body

    • 7. the main section of a motor vehicle or aircraft:

      the factory had produced more car bodies than needed

      the body of the aircraft was filled with smoke

    • 8. the main or central part of something, especially a building or text:

      the main body of the house was built in 1625

    • 9. the part of an email containing the message, as opposed to information such as the subject and sender.

      put your name, address, and daytime phone number in the email's body

    • 10. a large amount or collection of something:

      a rich body of Canadian folklore

      large bodies of seawater

    • 11. an organized group of people with a common purpose or function:

      a regulatory body

      international bodies of experts

    • 12. a material object:

      the path taken by the falling body

    • 13. a full or substantial quality of flavour in wine:

      best of all, this wine has body and finish

    • 14. fullness or thickness of a person's hair:

      restructuring formulations help to add body

    • 15. a woman's close-fitting stretch garment for the upper body, fastening at the crotch.
    • 16. (in pottery) a clay used for making the main part of ceramic ware, as distinct from a glaze.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give material form to something abstract:

      he bodied forth the traditional Prussian remedy for all ills

    • 2. build the bodywork of (a motor vehicle):

      an era when automobiles were bodied over wooden frames

    • adj. having a body or trunk, typically of a specified kind:

    • we are bodied beings

      crayfish are heavy bodied crustaceans

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    • adj. having a body or trunk, typically of a specified kind:

    • we are bodied beings

      crayfish are heavy bodied crustaceans

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    • adj.
      (of a large jet airliner) having a wide fuselage.
    • n.
      a large jet airliner with a wide fuselage.

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    • adj.
      (of a large jet airplane) having a wide fuselage.
    • n.
      a large jet airplane with a wide fuselage.

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    • n.
      an abrupt swerving movement of the whole body, used as a tactic to avoid contact or collision:
    • he beat the goalkeeper with a body swerve before scoring with a well-executed shot from a difficult angle
    • v.
      make an abrupt swerving movement of the whole body in order to avoid contact or collision:
    • I grabbed my coat, body-swerved round the chair and bolted

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    • n.
      an abrupt swerving movement of the whole body, used as a tactic to avoid contact or collision:
    • he beat the goalkeeper with a body swerve before scoring with a well-executed shot from a difficult angle
    • v.
      make an abrupt swerving movement of the whole body in order to avoid contact or collision:
    • I grabbed my coat, body-swerved round the chair and bolted

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    • n. the piercing of holes in parts of the body other than the ear in order to insert rings, studs, or other pieces of jewellery:

    • there are strict laws governing body piercing and we make regular checks of all establishments which offer this service

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    • n. tattoos or jewellery ornamenting the body and regarded as art.

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    • IPA[ˈbädē]

    美式

    • n.
      the physical structure of a person or an animal, including the bones, flesh, and organs:
    • it's important to keep your body in good condition

      body temperature

    • v.
      give material form to something abstract:
    • he bodied forth the traditional Prussian remedy for all ills

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