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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

    • 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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    • abbr furlong(s).

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    • abbr furlong(s).

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    • n. a length of wood tapering to nothing, used in roofing and other construction work.

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    • n. a length of wood tapering to nothing, used in roofing and other construction work.

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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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    • 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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