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  1. cork

    • IPA[kɔːk]

    英式

    • n.
      a buoyant light brown substance obtained from the outer layer of the bark of the cork oak;a protective layer of dead cells immediately below the bark of woody plants.
    • v.
      close or seal (a bottle) with a cork;draw with burnt cork
    • verb: cork, 3rd person present: corks, gerund or present participle: corking, past tense: corked, past participle: corked

    • noun: cork, plural noun: corks

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    名詞

    • 1. a buoyant light brown substance obtained from the outer layer of the bark of the cork oak vinyl-coated cork is practical as a floor covering cork tiles
    • a protective layer of dead cells immediately below the bark of woody plants.
    • 2. a bottle stopper made of cork or a similar material he pulled out the cork and commenced pouring the wine champagne corks popped
    • a piece of cork used as a float for a fishing line or net the little steamer was tossed about like a cork

    動詞

    • 1. close or seal (a bottle) with a cork the bottles were tightly corked and wired
    • 2. draw with burnt cork he had corked a moustache on his upper lip
    • 3. illicitly hollow out (a baseball bat) and fill it with cork to make it lighter the balls are doctored and the bats are corked
    • 4. Australian suffer a painful bruising injury to (a limb) as a result of a heavy blow, especially while participating in a contact sport he corked his thigh and limped off she was subbed off in the first half because of a corked hip
    • adj.
      very good; excellent: cars in corking condition

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    • adj.
      (of wine) spoilt by a musty taint arising from a fault in the cork: always open and taste your wine before the meal, if only to check that it is not corked

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    • adj.
      (of wine) spoiled by a musty taint arising from a fault in the cork: always open and taste your wine before the meal, if only to check that it is not corked

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for cork oak

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an evergreen Mediterranean oak, the outer layer of the bark of which is the source of cork, ...

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    • n.
      tissue in the stem of a plant that gives rise to cork on its outer surface and a layer of cells ...

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    • IPA[kôrk]

    美式

    • n.
      the buoyant, light brown substance obtained from the outer layer of the bark of the cork oak: cork tiles
    • v.
      close or seal (a bottle) with a cork: the bottles were tightly corked and wired

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[kôrk]

    美式

    • a port town in the south of the Republic of Ireland, on the Lee River; population 190,384 (2006).

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    • IPA[kɔːk]

    英式

    • a port town in the south of the Republic of Ireland, on the River Lee; population 190,384 (2006).

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