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  1. droop

    • IPA[druːp]

    英式

    • v.
      bend or hang downwards limply;sag down from or as if from weariness or dejection
    • n.
      an act or instance of drooping; a limp or weary attitude
    • noun: droop, plural noun: droops

    • verb: droop, 3rd person present: droops, gerund or present participle: drooping, past tense: drooped, past participle: drooped

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bend or hang downwards limply:

      a long black cloak drooped from his shoulders

    • 2. sag down from or as if from weariness or dejection:

      his eyelids drooped and he became drowsy

    • 3. cause to bend or hang downwards:

      James hid his face in his hands and drooped his head

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act or instance of drooping; a limp or weary attitude:

      the exhausted droop of her shoulders

    • n. a downward-sloping nose of an aircraft or motor vehicle, especially one that is of variable pitch, giving an efficient aerodynamic profile.

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    • n. a downward-sloping nose of an aircraft or motor vehicle, especially one that is of variable pitch, giving an efficient aerodynamic profile.

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    • n. inability in a man to achieve or maintain an erection as a consequence of drinking an excess of alcohol:

    • rumour had it he suffered from brewer's droop

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    • n. inability in a man to achieve or maintain an erection as a consequence of drinking an excess of alcohol:

    • rumor had it he suffered from brewer's droop

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    • IPA[dro͞op]

    美式

    • v.
      bend or hang downward limply:
    • a long black cloak drooped from his shoulders
    • n.
      an act or instance of drooping; a limp or weary attitude:
    • the exhausted droop of her shoulders

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