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  1. cub

    • IPA[kʌb]

    英式

    • n.
      the young of a fox, bear, lion, or other carnivorous mammal;a young man, especially one who is awkward or bad-mannered
    • v.
      give birth to cubs;hunt fox cubs
    • noun: cub, plural noun: cubs

    • verb: cub, 3rd person present: cubs, gerund or present participle: cubbing, past tense: cubbed, past participle: cubbed

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the young of a fox, bear, lion, or other carnivorous mammal:

      she was as protective as a tiger with her cubs

      a fox cub

    • 2. a young man, especially one who is awkward or bad-mannered:

      his sons are as yet mere cubs

    • 3. a junior branch of the Scout Association, for boys aged about 8 to 11:

      she tells an anecdote about his wanting to join the Cubs

    • 4. a member of the Cubs:

      I was a Cub and already impatient to move up to the Scouts

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give birth to cubs:

      both share the same earth during the first ten days after cubbing

    • 2. hunt fox cubs:

      members of the Grafton Hunt were out cubbing

    • n. a young lion:

    • the zoo is awaiting the birth of lion cubs

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    • n. a young fox:

    • residents spotted a fox cub trapped underground

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    • n. a member of the junior branch of the Boy Scouts, for boys aged about 8 to 10.

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    • n. former term for Cub Scout

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    • n. a young or inexperienced newspaper reporter:

    • he joined the paper as a cub reporter in 1917

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    • n. a member of the junior branch of the Scout Association (the Cubs), for boys aged about 8 to 11.

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    • n. a young or inexperienced newspaper reporter:

    • he joined the paper as a cub reporter in 1917

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    • IPA[kəb]

    美式

    • n.
      the young of a fox, bear, lion, or other carnivorous mammal.
    • v.
      give birth to cubs:
    • both share the same earth during the first ten days after cubbing

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  2. 知識+

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    • 這句英文怎樣翻最好?

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    • 關於”concubine”(情婦)這個字~~~

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