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  1. bust

    • IPA[bʌst]

    英式

    • v.
      break, split, or burst;(of a group or couple) separate, typically after a quarrel
    • n.
      a period of economic difficulty or depression;a raid or arrest by the police
    • adj.
      damaged or broken;bankrupt
    • noun: bust, plural noun: busts

    • verb: bust, 3rd person present: busts, gerund or present participle: busting, past tense: bust, past participle: bust

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. break, split, or burst:

      they bust the tunnel wide open

      the film bust every box office record

    • 2. (of a group or couple) separate, typically after a quarrel:

      now they've bust up, she won't inherit the house

    • 3. violently disrupt:

      men hired to bust up union rallies

    • 4. strike violently:

      Tamara bust him in the eye

    • 5. escape:

      she busted out of prison

    • 6. (in blackjack and similar card games) exceed the score of 21, so losing one's stake.
    • 7. (of the police) raid or search (premises where illegal activity is suspected):

      my flat got busted

    • 8. arrest:

      two roadies were busted for drugs

    • 9. be caught in the act of doing something wrong:

      I sneaked up on them and told them they were busted

    • 10. reduce (a soldier) to a lower rank; demote:

      he was busted to private

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a period of economic difficulty or depression:

      the boom was followed by the present bust

    • 2. a raid or arrest by the police:

      a drug bust

    • 3. a worthless thing:

      cynics remain convinced the political process is a bust

    • 4. a violent blow:

      a bust on the snout

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. damaged or broken:

      the vacuum cleaner's bust

    • 2. bankrupt:

      six of their sponsors have gone bust

    • adj. requiring a great deal of effort or energy; very strenuous:

    • she took control of the race, setting a hard pace in the lung-busting climb to Snake Hill

      a lung-busting 80-yard sprint

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    • adj. (of food) high in calories; fattening:

    • a diet-busting chocolate sandwich

      diet-busting recipes

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    • n. the exposure of excessive expenses claims made by politicians and other public servants:

    • in 1997 he began a campaign of perk-busting

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    • adj. (of food) high in calories; fattening:

    • a diet-busting chocolate sandwich

      diet-busting recipes

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    • n. a rodeo event for young children in which each participant tries to remain on the back of a sheep for as long as possible:

    • the rodeo will feature mutton busting for cowboys and cowgirls ages seven and under

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    • n. a rodeo event for young children in which each participant tries to remain on the back of a sheep for as long as possible:

    • the rodeo will feature mutton busting for cowboys and cowgirls ages seven and under

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    • IPA[bəst]

    美式

    • v.
      break, split, or burst (something):
    • they bust the tunnel wide open

      the film busts every box-office record

    • n.
      a period of economic difficulty or depression:
    • the boom was followed by the present bust
    • adj.
      bankrupt:
    • firms will go bust

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    • IPA[bʌst]

    英式

    • n.
      a woman's chest as measured around her breasts:
    • a 36-inch bust

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    • IPA[bəst]

    美式

    • n.
      a woman's chest as measured around her breasts:
    • a 36-inch bust

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  2. 知識+

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