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  1. flesh

    • IPA[flɛʃ]

    英式

    • n.
      the soft substance consisting of muscle and fat that is found between the skin and bones of a human or an animal;the flesh of an animal, regarded as food
    • v.
      put weight on;add more details to something which only exists in a draft or outline form
    • verb: flesh, 3rd person present: fleshes, gerund or present participle: fleshing, past tense: fleshed, past participle: fleshed

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the soft substance consisting of muscle and fat that is found between the skin and bones of a human or an animal:

      she grabbed Anna's arm, her fingers sinking into the flesh

    • 2. the flesh of an animal, regarded as food:

      the food an animal eats will affect the taste and texture of its flesh

    • 3. the edible pulpy part of a fruit or vegetable:

      halve the avocados and scrape out the flesh

    • 4. the skin or surface of the human body with reference to its appearance or sensory properties:

      she gasped as the cold water hit her flesh

    • 5. the human body and its physical needs and desires, especially as contrasted with the mind or the soul:

      I have never been one to deny the pleasures of the flesh

    • 6. a light brownish pink colour:

      acrylic paints in flesh, red, and pink

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. put weight on:

      he had fleshed out to a solid 220 pounds

    • 2. add more details to something which only exists in a draft or outline form:

      the arguments were fleshed out by the minister

    • 3. stimulate (a hound or hawk) to hunt by feeding it a piece of flesh from a recently killed animal:

      I have fleshed my bloodhound

    • 4. accustom to bloodshed or warfare:

      he fleshed his troops with enterprises against the enemy's posts

    • 5. remove the flesh adhering to (a skin or hide):

      chemicals remove the hair and preserving salts, and then the hides are fleshed

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