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  1. hog

    • IPA[hɒɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a domesticated pig, especially a castrated male reared for slaughter.;a feral pig.
    • v.
      take or use most or all of (something) in an unfair or selfish way;cause (a ship or its keel) to curve up in the centre and sag at the ends as a result of strain.
    • verb: hog, 3rd person present: hogs, gerund or present participle: hogging, past tense: hogged, past participle: hogged

    • noun: hog, plural noun: hogs

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a domesticated pig, especially a castrated male reared for slaughter.
    • a feral pig.
    • a wild animal of the pig family, for example a warthog.
    • informal a greedy person.
    • 2. informal, trademark in UK a large motorcycle, in particular a Harley Davidson.
    • 3. British dialect a young sheep before the first shearing.

    動詞

    • 1. informal take or use most or all of (something) in an unfair or selfish way he never hogged the limelight
    • 2. cause (a ship or its keel) to curve up in the centre and sag at the ends as a result of strain.