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  1. crook

    • IPA[kro͝ok]

    美式

    • n.
      the hooked staff of a shepherd;a bishop's crozier.
    • v.
      bend (something, especially a finger as a signal)
    • adj.
      (especially of a situation) bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory;(of a person or a part of the body) unwell or injured
    • noun: crook, plural noun: crooks

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the hooked staff of a shepherd:

      seizing his crook from behind the door, he set off to call his dogs

    • 2. a bishop's crozier.
    • 3. a bend in something, especially at the elbow in a person's arm:

      her head was cradled in the crook of Luke's left arm

    • 4. a piece of extra tubing which can be fitted to a brass instrument to lower the pitch by a set interval.
    • 5. a metal tube on which the reed of some wind instruments (such as the bassoon) is set.
    • 6. a person who is dishonest or a criminal:

      the man's a crook, he's not to be trusted

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bend (something, especially a finger as a signal):

      he crooked a finger for the waitress

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (especially of a situation) bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory:

      it was pretty crook on the land in the early 1970s

    • 2. (of a person or a part of the body) unwell or injured:

      a crook knee

    • 3. dishonest; illegal:

      some pretty crook things went on there

    • adj. bent or twisted out of shape or out of place:

    • his teeth were yellow and crooked

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    • adj. bent or twisted out of shape or out of place:

    • his teeth were yellow and crooked

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    • ph. (1829–90), US army officer. He served during the Civil War and then fought against Indians in the northwest. He was defeated by Crazy Horse in 1876 but went on to fight against the Apaches under Geronimo 1882–85.

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    • lose one's temper

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    • n. a staff with a hook at one end used by shepherds.

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    • be annoyed by

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    • n. a staff with a hook at one end used by shepherds.

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    • by any possible means

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    • IPA[krʊk]

    英式

    • n.
      the hooked staff of a shepherd:
    • seizing his crook from behind the door, he set off to call his dogs
    • v.
      bend (something, especially a finger as a signal):
    • he crooked a finger for the waitress
    • adj.
      bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory:
    • it was pretty crook on the land in the early 1970s

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  2. 知識+

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