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  1. corpse

    • IPA[kɔːps]

    英式

    • n.
      a dead body, especially of a human being rather than an animal
    • v.
      spoil a piece of acting by forgetting one's lines or laughing uncontrollably;cause (an actor) to forget their lines and start laughing
    • noun: corpse, plural noun: corpses

    • verb: corpse, 3rd person present: corpses, gerund or present participle: corpsing, past tense: corpsed, past participle: corpsed

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a dead body, especially of a human being rather than an animal:

      the corpse of a man lay there

      he believed that fascism would revive the corpse of Europe

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. spoil a piece of acting by forgetting one's lines or laughing uncontrollably:

      Peter just can't stop himself corpsing when he is on stage

    • 2. cause (an actor) to forget their lines and start laughing:

      one singer ad libbed and corpsed his colleagues on stage

    • adj. resembling a corpse, especially in being completely still or having a pale, gaunt appearance:

    • he manages to maintain a corpse-like stillness that helps him to preserve oxygen

      their corpse-like complexions

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    • n. a resting pose in yoga, typically assumed at the end of a session, in which one lies flat on one's back with one's eyes closed and one's arms relaxed at one's sides:

    • some beginners just work on sun salutations for 10 to 15 minutes and then rest in the corpse pose

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    • adj. resembling a corpse, especially in being completely still or having a pale, gaunt appearance:

    • he manages to maintain a corpse-like stillness that helps him to preserve oxygen

      their corpse-like complexions

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    • n. a lambent flame seen just above the ground in a churchyard or over a grave, superstitiously regarded as an omen of death.

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    • n. a resting pose in yoga, typically assumed at the end of a session, in which one lies flat on one's back with one's eyes closed and one's arms relaxed at one's sides:

    • after you've completed one or both routines, relax in corpse pose

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    • n. a name for the rafflesia or Titan arum, whose flowers smell of rotting meat:

    • a corpse flower's malodorous bloom only lasts for 24 to 48 hours

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    • n. a name for the rafflesia or Titan arum, whose flowers smell of rotting meat:

    • a corpse flower's malodorous bloom only lasts for 24 to 48 hours

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    • IPA[kôrps]

    美式

    • n.
      a dead body, especially of a human being rather than an animal:
    • the corpse of a man lay there

      he believed that fascism would revive the corpse of Europe

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  2. 知識+

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