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  1. flog

    • IPA[flɒɡ]

    英式

    • v.
      beat (someone) with a whip or stick as a punishment;promote or talk about (something) repetitively or at excessive length
    • n.
      an arduous climb or struggle
    • noun: flogging, plural noun: floggings

    • verb: flog, 3rd person present: flogs, gerund or present participle: flogging, past tense: flogged, past participle: flogged

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. beat (someone) with a whip or stick as a punishment:

      the men had been flogged and branded on the forehead

    • 2. promote or talk about (something) repetitively or at excessive length:

      the issue has been flogged to death already

    • 3. sell or offer for sale:

      he made a fortune flogging beads to hippies

    • 4. make one's way with strenuous effort:

      by 10 pm we had flogged up the slopes to Grey Crag

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an arduous climb or struggle:

      a long flog up the mountainside

    • n. a punishment in which the victim is hit repeatedly with a whip or stick:

    • public floggings

      flogging was the principal form of military punishment

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    • n. a punishment in which the victim is hit repeatedly with a whip or stick:

    • public floggings

      flogging was the principal form of military punishment

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    • waste energy on a lost cause or a situation that cannot be changed

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    • IPA[fläɡ]

    美式

    • v.
      beat (someone) with a whip or stick as punishment or torture:
    • the stolen horses will be returned and the thieves flogged

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  2. 知識+

    • 有沒有人可以 幫忙翻下面幾句諺語

      ... things first. 最重要的事最先做--事有輕重緩急 k. Flog a dead horse. 鞭打死馬--白費力氣

    • 佔領英文版

      ...11:40:06 補充: Say something, folks, we have nothing to loose but gain. Flog this sleepy horse so it will run this site the way it should. I am not...

    • Help me with German!

      ...gegessen. Die Voegel fliegen oben dem Berg herum. Sie flog nach Frankeich. Er ist nach Deutschland geflogen. "fliegen...