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  1. fist

    • IPA[fɪst]

    英式

    • n.
      a person's hand when the fingers are bent in towards the palm and held there tightly, typically in order to strike a blow or grasp something
    • v.
      strike with the fist;clench (the hand or fingers) into a fist
    • verb: fist, 3rd person present: fists, gerund or present participle: fisting, past tense: fisted, past participle: fisted

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    名詞

    • 1. a person's hand when the fingers are bent in towards the palm and held there tightly, typically in order to strike a blow or grasp something she pummelled him furiously with her fists Karr clenched his fists

    動詞

    • 1. strike with the fist he fisted a goal-bound shot over the bar
    • 2. clench (the hand or fingers) into a fist she fisted her hands on her hips
    • 3. vulgar slang penetrate (a person's anus or vagina) with one's fist.
    • n.
      a gesture of triumph or affirmation in which the forearm is raised with fist clenched, then ... his 25-foot birdie was greeted with fist pumps and high fives
    • v.
      swing one's clenched fist and raised forearm downward toward the body in a vigorous pumping ... Yes! Rachel yelped and fist-pumped from behind her laptop if that were the case, we'd be fist-pumping the air in delight

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or affirmation in which two people lightly tap each other's clenched fist: fist bumps and high fives were exchanged amongst the crowd
    • v.
      greet (someone) by lightly tapping their clenched fist with one's own: politicians were soon fist-bumping one another on TV chat shows two lawyers walked into the hall and fist-bumped before getting on the elevator

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of triumph or affirmation in which the forearm is raised with fist clenched, then ... his 25-foot birdie was greeted with fist pumps and high fives
    • v.
      swing one's clenched fist and raised forearm downward toward the body in a vigorous pumping ... ‘Yes!’ Rachel yelped and fist-pumped from behind her laptop if that were the case, we'd be fist-pumping the air in delight

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a gesture of greeting or affirmation in which two people lightly tap each other's clenched fist: El Duque walked in and traded a fist bump with his catcher
    • v.
      greet (someone) by lightly tapping their clenched fist with one's own: politicians were soon fist-bumping one another on TV chat shows two lawyers walked into the hall and fist-bumped before getting on the elevator

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      used in reference to the exercise of power in an oppressive or ruthless way. he rules the town with an iron fist

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a fight with the fists.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      used in reference to the exercise of power in an oppressive or ruthless way. he rules the town with an iron fist

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      the use of physical force to maintain control or impose one's will

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[fist]

    美式

    • n.
      a person's hand when the fingers are bent in toward the palm and held there tightly, ... she pummeled him furiously with her fists Karr clenched his fists
    • v.
      hit with or as with the fists or a fist: a fastball he fisted into left field

    Oxford American Dictionary