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  1. chew

    • IPA[tʃuː]

    英式

    • v.
      bite and work (food) in the mouth with the teeth, especially to make it easier to swallow;gnaw at (something) persistently
    • n.
      a repeated biting or gnawing of something;something that is meant for chewing
    • noun: chew, plural noun: chews

    • verb: chew, 3rd person present: chews, gerund or present participle: chewing, past tense: chewed, past participle: chewed

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bite and work (food) in the mouth with the teeth, especially to make it easier to swallow:

      he was chewing a mouthful of toast

      he chewed for a moment, then swallowed

    • 2. gnaw at (something) persistently:

      he chewed his lip reflectively

      she chewed at a fingernail

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a repeated biting or gnawing of something:

      the dog was enjoying a quiet chew of his bone

    • 2. something that is meant for chewing:

      a dog chew

      a chew of tobacco

    • 3. a chewy sweet:

      a gobstopper or a chew could be bought for a farthing

    • n. flavored gum for chewing, typically sold in packets of individually wrapped thin strips.

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    • n. tobacco that is chewed or held in the mouth, typically between the cheek and gums, rather than smoked:

    • he spat a slimy string of chewing tobacco on the ground

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    • n. tobacco that is chewed or held in the mouth, typically between the cheek and gums, rather than smoked:

    • the effort to ban chewing tobacco from baseball venues has received national attention

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    • n. flavoured gum for chewing, typically made from chicle.

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    • n. a Caribbean climbing plant of the buckthorn family, the twigs or bark of which are chewed to clean the teeth, for their flavour, or as a stimulant.

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    • ph. (of a ruminant animal) further chew partly digested food

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    • ph. (of a ruminant animal) further chew partly digested food

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    • ph. reprimand someone severely

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    美式

    • v.
      bite and work (food) in the mouth with the teeth, especially to make it easier to swallow:
    • he was chewing a mouthful of toast

      he chewed for a moment, then swallowed

    • n.
      a repeated biting or gnawing of something:
    • the dog was enjoying a quiet chew of his bone

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  2. 知識+

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    • chew one's nails

      Once a child becomes _______ chewing his nails, it's difficult for him...衣服等﹞」或 「長大而戒除﹝習慣等﹞」 ‧chewing his nails 「﹝啃﹞咬指甲」 ‧once...

    • Chewing gum is really gross,

      口香糖真噁心,我最討厭口香糖!! 這句話有押韻呢!!