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  1. flake

    • IPA[flāk]

    美式

    • n.
      a small, flat, thin piece of something, typically one that has broken away or been peeled off from a larger piece;a snowflake
    • v.
      come or fall away from a surface in thin pieces;lose small fragments from the surface
    • noun: flake, plural noun: flakes

    • verb: flake, 3rd person present: flakes, gerund or present participle: flaking, past tense: flaked, past participle: flaked

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small, flat, thin piece of something, typically one that has broken away or been peeled off from a larger piece:

      paint peeling off the walls in unsightly flakes

      flakes of pastry

    • 2. a snowflake:

      the snow was coming down in thick flakes

    • 3. a piece of hard stone chipped off for use as a tool by prehistoric humans:

      flake tools

    • 4. thin pieces of crushed, dried food or bait for fish.
    • 5. a crazy or eccentric person.
    • 6. an unreliable person:

      I told my husband she was a flake and she'd never show up

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. come or fall away from a surface in thin pieces:

      the paint had been flaking off for years

    • 2. lose small fragments from the surface:

      my nails have started to flake at the ends

    • 3. break or divide (food) into thin pieces:

      flake the fish

    • 4. (of food, especially when well cooked) come apart in thin pieces:

      cook until the fish flakes easily

    • 5. fail to keep an appointment or fulfill a commitment, especially with little or no advance notice:

      a real friend won't ever flake on you

      twice, you had plans, and both times you flaked

    • adj. (of food) separated or cut into flakes or thin pieces:

    • flaked almonds

      flaked fish

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    • adj. (of food) separated or cut into flakes or thin pieces:

    • flaked almonds

      flaked fish

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    • IPA[fleɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      a small, flat, very thin piece of something, typically one which has broken away or been peeled off from a larger piece:
    • he licked the flakes of croissant off his finger
    • v.
      come or fall away from a surface in flakes:
    • the paint had been flaking off for years

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    • IPA[flāk]

    美式

    • n.
      a single turn of a coiled rope or hawser.
    • v.
      lay (a rope) in loose coils in order to prevent it from tangling:
    • a cable had to be flaked out

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    • IPA[fleɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      a single turn of a coiled rope or hawser.
    • v.
      lay (a rope) in loose coils in order to prevent it tangling:
    • a cable had to be flaked out

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    • IPA[fleɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      a rack or shelf for storing or drying food such as fish.

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    • IPA[fleɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      fall asleep; drop from exhaustion:
    • he got back in time to flake out until morning

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