- the larva of an insect, especially a beetle；a maggot or small caterpillar.
- dig or poke superficially at the earth; dig shallowly in soil；remove (something) from the earth by digging it up
verb: grub, 3rd person present: grubs, gerund or present participle: grubbing, past tense: grubbed, past participle: grubbed
noun: grub, plural noun: grubs
- 1. the larva of an insect, especially a beetle my onions are ruined by small grubs eating the roots
- ▪ a maggot or small caterpillar. 同義詞
- 2. informal food a popular bar serving excellent grub 同義詞
- 1. dig or poke superficially at the earth; dig shallowly in soil the damage done to pastures by badgers grubbing for worms 同義詞
- ▪ remove (something) from the earth by digging it up construction operations including clearing and grubbing all the vines are grubbed up and the land left fallow for a few years 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. search for something in a clumsy and unmethodical manner; rummage I began grubbing about in the wastepaper basket to find the envelope 同義詞
- 3. do demeaning or humiliating work in order to achieve something she has achieved material independence without having to grub for it
- ▪ achieve or acquire (something) by doing demeaning work they were grubbing a living from garbage pails 同義詞 反義詞
...去買個三明治 *make a grab at something 用手抓住某樣東西 >>>>take a grub? "grub" 在口語中是可以指食物 但我從來沒聽過有人這樣用耶 *I...
...smell and flexible bill, the kiwi feeds on worms, insects and grubs, supplemented by leaves, berries and seeds. ...
No problem ! 2 Hawks I dug my love a green grave, I lowered down into the ferns. Two hawks flew upstairs ago and one of the other hard-hit and red drops fell. Until the veil falls...