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  1. bristle

    • IPA[ˈbrɪs(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a short, stiff hair on an animal's skin or a man's face.;a stiff animal hair, or a man-made substitute, used to make a brush
    • v.
      (of hair or fur) stand upright away from the skin, typically as a sign of anger or fear;(of an animal) react in such a way that its hair or fur stands on end
    • verb: bristle, 3rd person present: bristles, gerund or present participle: bristling, past tense: bristled, past participle: bristled

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a short, stiff hair on an animal's skin or a man's face.
    • 2. a stiff animal hair, or a man-made substitute, used to make a brush:

      a toothbrush with nylon bristles

      the heads are made with natural bristle

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of hair or fur) stand upright away from the skin, typically as a sign of anger or fear:

      the hair on the back of his neck bristled

    • 2. (of an animal) react in such a way that its hair or fur stands on end:

      the cat bristled in annoyance

    • 3. (of a person) react angrily or defensively:

      she bristled at his rudeness

    • 4. be covered with or abundant in:

      the roof bristled with antennae

    • adj. (especially of hair) close-set, stiff, and spiky:

    • a bristling beard

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    • adj. (especially of hair) short, stiff, and spiky:

    • a bristling beard

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    • n. a filmy fern with hairlike bristles protruding from the spore-containing bodies. Most bristle ferns have delicate fronds and live in damp shady places, chiefly in tropical areas.

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    • n. a marine annelid worm which has a segmented body with numerous bristles on the fleshy lobes of each segment.

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    • n. a mainly tropical filmy fern with hairlike bristles protruding from the spore-containing bodies.

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    • n. a marine annelid worm which has a segmented body with numerous bristles on the fleshy lobes of each segment.

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    • IPA[ˈbrisəl]

    美式

    • n.
      a short stiff hair, typically one of those on an animal's skin, a man's face, or a plant.
    • v.
      (of hair or fur) stand upright away from the skin, especially in anger or fear:
    • the hair on the back of his neck bristled

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