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  1. cheek

    • IPA[tʃiːk]

    英式

    • n.
      either side of the face below the eye;either of the inner sides of the mouth
    • v.
      speak impertinently to
    • noun: cheek, plural noun: cheeks

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. either side of the face below the eye:

      tears rolled down her cheeks

    • 2. either of the inner sides of the mouth:

      Gabriel had to bite his cheeks to keep from laughing

    • 3. either of the buttocks.
    • 4. either of two side pieces or parts arranged in lateral pairs in a structure.
    • 5. talk or behaviour regarded as rude or lacking in respect:

      he had the cheek to complain

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. speak impertinently to:

      Frankie always got away with cheeking his elders

    • n. a mild viral infection, mainly of children, caused by a parvovirus. Symptoms include a flushing of the cheeks as though slapped and a rash on the trunk and legs.

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    • n. an enlargement of the cheek, especially in certain rodents and monkeys, used for storing or carrying food.

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    • n. a mild viral infection, mainly of children, caused by a parvovirus. Symptoms include a flushing of the cheeks as though slapped and a rash on the trunk and legs.

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    • (of two people dancing) with their heads close together in a romantic way

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    • adj. with ironic or flippant intent:

    • her delightful tongue-in-cheek humor

      “I swear there's a female conspiracy against men!” he complained, tongue-in-cheek

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    • (of two people dancing) with their heads close together in an intimate way

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    • close together

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    • close together; side by side

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    • IPA[CHēk]

    美式

    • n.
      either side of the face below the eye:
    • tears rolled down her cheeks

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  2. 知識+

    • cheek by jowl

      ...參考:http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3140/2579263175_34cb4e1818.jpg cheek by jowl 副詞片語沒錯它是由「臉頰與下頜很靠近」延伸...how people from every conceivable nationality and ethnicity can live cheek by jowl peacefully and efficiently. (2004, Esquire, ...

    • It is danced in cheek to cheek

      跳這支舞在相擁時需要臉頰和臉頰貼在一起 跳這支舞在相擁時需要臉頰和臉頰貼在一起 cheek就是臉頰的部位 cheek to cheek 就是臉靠著臉 embrace是抱的意思 就是指跳舞時和舞伴相擁的動作

    • 英文問題請敎(for sheer cheek)

      for sheer cheek意思是說"臉皮厚"