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  1. cramp

    • IPA[kramp]

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    • n.
      painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, typically caused by fatigue or strain;abdominal pain caused by menstruation.
    • v.
      inhibit the development of;fasten with a cramp or cramps
    • noun: cramp, plural noun: cramps

    • verb: cramp, 3rd person present: cramps, gerund or present participle: cramping, past tense: cramped, past participle: cramped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, typically caused by fatigue or strain:

      an attack of cramp

      he suffered severe cramps in his foot

    • 2. abdominal pain caused by menstruation.
    • 3. a tool, typically shaped like a capital G, for clamping two objects together for gluing or other work.
    • 4. a metal bar with bent ends for holding masonry together:

      the facade is built of travertine blocks without mortar but held by metal cramps

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. inhibit the development of:

      tighter rules will cramp economic growth

    • 2. fasten with a cramp or cramps:

      cramp the gates to the posts

    • 3. suffer from sudden and painful contractions of a muscle or muscles:

      in the final game, Chang cramped severely

    • adj. feeling or causing someone to feel uncomfortably confined or hemmed in by lack of space:

    • the staff had to work in cramped conditions

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    • adj. suffering from cramp:

    • rest your cramped arms for a moment

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    • n. a tool used for clamping the sashes of a window together during gluing.

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    • plural a European fungus which produces a shiny spherical black fruiting body on dead or dying wood, especially ash.

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    • n. a moment in which one fails to think clearly or act sensibly:

    • they could easily be 4-1 if it weren't for a few brain cramps late in games

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    • n. a moment in which one fails to think clearly or act sensibly:

    • he had a brain cramp early in the game and really botched the ball

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    • pain or stiffness in the hand caused by excessive writing

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    • pain or stiffness in the hand caused by excessive writing

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    • IPA[kramp]

    美式

    • n.
      painful involuntary contraction of a muscle or muscles, typically caused by fatigue or strain:
    • he suffered severe cramps in his foot
    • v.
      restrict or inhibit the development of:
    • tighter rules will cramp economic growth

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  2. 知識+

    • 筋攣英文是什麼

      cramp n.抽筋,痙攣 [C][U] The swimmer was seized with a cramp and had to be helped out of the water. 那個在游泳的人突然抽起...

    • 英文的字詞搭配

      cramp = 抽筋,痙攣 (noun) to be seized with cramp in the leg 腿部突然抽筋 受到憤怒,恐懼,疾病等突然襲擊,侵襲 Terror...

    • 「我的腳抽筋了!」正確英文怎麼說啊?

      Cramp這個字唷~~ I get a cramp in my leg. My leg has cramp. 2005-07-05 00:23:39 補充: 小腿抽筋與腳抽筋~通常用的都是LEG吧??!!