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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
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    名詞

    動詞

    • 1. bend (something, especially a finger as a signal) he crooked a finger for the waitress

    形容詞

    • 1. Australian, New Zealand informal (especially of a situation) bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory it was pretty crook on the land in the early 1970s
    • Australian, New Zealand informal (of a person or a part of the body) unwell or injured a crook knee
    • Australian, New Zealand informal 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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      bent or twisted out of shape or out of place: his teeth were yellow and crooked

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      lose one's temper

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (1829–90), US army officer. He served during the Civil War and then fought against Indians in ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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

    Oxford Dictionary

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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      be annoyed by

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      the situation is bad or unpleasant

    Oxford Dictionary

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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

    Oxford Dictionary