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  1. crusted

    • IPA[ˈkrəstəd]

    美式

    • adj.
      having or forming a hard top layer or covering;denoting a style of unfiltered, blended port which deposits a sediment in the bottle.
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    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having or forming a hard top layer or covering:

      she washed away the crusted blood

    • 2. denoting a style of unfiltered, blended port which deposits a sediment in the bottle.
    • 3. old-fashioned or venerable:

      a crusted establishment figure

    • n.
      the tough outer part of a loaf of bread:
    • a sandwich with the crusts cut off

      I tore off several pieces of crust from the loaf

    • v.
      form into a hard outer layer:
    • the blisters eventually crust over

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    • n.
      the tough outer part of a loaf of bread:
    • a sandwich with the crusts cut off

      I tore off several pieces of crust from the loaf

    • v.
      form into a hard outer layer:
    • the blisters eventually crust over

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    • n.
      the upper classes:
    • an officer of the imperial army and a member of the British upper crust

      he pits New York's upper crust against everyday denizens of Pittsburgh

    • adj.
      belonging to or characteristic of the upper class:
    • an upper crust lord known for his devotion to his wife

      students with upper crust English accents

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    • n.
      the upper classes:
    • an officer of the imperial army and a member of the British upper crust

      he pits New York's upper crust against everyday denizens of Pittsburgh

    • adj.
      belonging to or characteristic of the upper class:
    • an upper crust lord known for his devotion to his wife

      students with upper crust English accents

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    • n. the baked pastry crust of a pie.

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    • n. the baked pastry crust of a pie.

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    • n. the edge of a loaf of bread where it has been pulled apart from another loaf baked alongside it:

    • my siblings and I would fight over the kissing crust

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    • n. the relatively thin part of the earth's crust which underlies the ocean basins. It is geologically young compared with the continental crust and consists of basaltic rock overlain by sediments.

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    • IPA[ˈkrʌstɪd]

    英式

    • adj.
      having or forming a hard outer layer:
    • she washed away the crusted blood

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