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  1. crunch

    • IPA[krən(t)SH]

    美式

    • v.
      crush (a hard or brittle foodstuff) with the teeth, making a loud but muffled grinding sound;make a crunching sound, especially when walking or driving over gravel or an icy surface
    • n.
      a loud muffled grinding sound made when crushing, moving over, or hitting something;a crucial point or situation, typically one at which a decision with important consequences must be made
    • noun: crunch, plural noun: crunches

    • verb: crunch, 3rd person present: crunches, gerund or present participle: crunching, past tense: crunched, past participle: crunched

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. crush (a hard or brittle foodstuff) with the teeth, making a loud but muffled grinding sound:

      she paused to crunch a ginger snap

    • 2. make a crunching sound, especially when walking or driving over gravel or an icy surface:

      footsteps began to crunch across the frozen rock

      the snow crunched as we walked

    • 3. strike or crush noisily:

      two cab drivers who had just crunched fenders

    • 4. process large amounts of information or perform operations of great complexity, especially by computer:

      computers crunch data from real-world observations

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a loud muffled grinding sound made when crushing, moving over, or hitting something:

      Marco's fist struck Brian's nose with a crunch

    • 2. a crucial point or situation, typically one at which a decision with important consequences must be made:

      when it comes to the crunch you chicken out

    • 3. a severe shortage of money or credit:

      the Fed would do what it could to ease America's credit crunch

    • 4. a physical exercise designed to strengthen the abdominal muscles; a sit-up.
    • n. a sudden sharp reduction in the availability of money or credit from banks and other lenders:

    • the beleaguered company has become the latest victim of the credit crunch

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    • n. a sudden sharp reduction in the availability of money or credit from banks and other lenders:

    • the beleaguered company has become the latest victim of the credit crunch

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    • n. a contraction of the universe to a state of extremely high density and temperature (a hypothetical opposite of the Big Bang).

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    • n. a contraction of the universe to a state of extremely high density and temperature (a hypothetical opposite of the Big Bang).

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    • IPA[krʌn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      crush (a hard or brittle foodstuff) with the teeth, making a loud but muffled grinding sound:
    • she paused to crunch a ginger biscuit
    • n.
      a loud muffled grinding sound like that of something hard or brittle being crushed:
    • Marco's fist struck Brian's nose with a crunch

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