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  1. fur

    • IPA[fəː]

    英式

    • n.
      the short, fine, soft hair of certain animals;the skin of an animal with fur on it
    • v.
      coat or clog with a deposit or thick layer;level (floor or wall timbers) by inserting strips of wood
    • noun: fur, plural noun: furs

    • verb: fur, 3rd person present: furs, gerund or present participle: furring, past tense: furred, past participle: furred

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the short, fine, soft hair of certain animals:

      a long, lean, muscular cat with sleek fur

    • 2. the skin of an animal with fur on it:

      the trapper can sell his furs to the highest bidder

    • 3. animal skin with fur on it, or fabric resembling this, used in making or trimming garments:

      a Parka with nylon fur round the hood

      a fur coat

    • 4. a coat, cape, or similar garment made of fur:

      I'd just seen her sitting in her furs

    • 5. any of several heraldic tinctures representing animal skins in stylized form (e.g. ermine, vair).
    • 6. a coating formed by hard water on the inside surface of a pipe, kettle, or other container:

      fur or scale, not just in kettles but in other hidden parts of the hot-water system

    • 7. a coating formed on the tongue, typically as a symptom of sickness.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. coat or clog with a deposit or thick layer:

      the so-called ‘bad’ cholesterol furs up coronary arteries

    • 2. level (floor or wall timbers) by inserting strips of wood:

      the drain could be concealed by furring out the original wall

    • abbr furlong(s).

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    • abbr furlong(s).

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    • adj. (of an animal) having fur:

    • there is much to learn from our furred and feathered friends

      young jackrabbits are born fully furred and with their eyes open

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    • adj. (of an animal) having fur:

    • there is much to learn from our furred and feathered friends

      young jackrabbits are born fully furred and with their eyes open

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    • n. the skin of a fox with fur on it, or fabric resembling this, used in making or trimming garments:

    • a woman who wore fox fur

      a real fox fur collar

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    • n. a person's dog, cat, or other furry pet animal:

    • we were looking for a place to board our two fur kids for a long weekend

      have you noticed how relaxing it can feel to just sit and pet your fur child?

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    • n. a gregarious eared seal that frequents the coasts of the Pacific and southern oceans, the male of which is substantially larger than the female. The thick fur on the underside is used commercially as sealskin.

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    • IPA[fər]

    美式

    • n.
      the short, fine, soft hair of certain animals:
    • a long, lean, muscular cat with sleek fur
    • v.
      coat or clog with a deposit or thick layer:
    • the so-called “bad” cholesterol furs up coronary arteries

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    • IPA[fʊə]

    英式

    • n.
      a member of a Muslim people of the mountainous and desert regions of south-western Sudan.
    • adj.
      relating to the Fur or their language.

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    • 請問furring up 是什麼意思呢?

      指機器生的水垢,一般鍋子的鍋垢也叫 furring up。to fur (動詞)就有生水垢的意思,furring up 是名詞用法。 2005-11-25 18:18:29 補充: 你的咖啡機開始用了沒啊!?

    • 請幫我解釋這句文法further

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