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  1. leg

    • IPA[leɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands;a leg of an animal or bird as food
    • v.
      travel by foot; walk;run away
    • verb: leg, 3rd person present: legs, gerund or present participle: legging, past tense: legged, past participle: legged

    • noun: leg, plural noun: legs

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands Adams broke his leg he was off as fast as his legs would carry him 同義詞 lower limb, shank, limb, member, technicalcrus, ... 更多
    • a leg of an animal or bird as food a roast leg of lamb
    • a part of a garment covering a leg or part of a leg his trouser leg
    • informal used to refer to the sustained popularity or success of a product or idea some books have legs, others don't
    • 2. each of the supports of a chair, table, or other piece of furniture table legs 同義詞 upright, support, prop, brace, underpinning, ... 更多
    • a long, thin support or prop the house was set on legs
    • 3. a section or stage of a journey or process the return leg of his journey 同義詞 part, stage, portion, segment, section, ... 更多
    • a run made on a single tack an important part of the upwind leg
    • (in soccer and other sports) each of two games constituting a round of a competition they were defending a 3–0 lead from the first leg
    • a section of a relay or other race done in stages one leg of its race around the globe
    • a single game in a darts match he took the first leg with 7 darts
    • 4. a branch of a forked object.
    • 5. the half of the field (as divided lengthways through the pitch) away from which the batsman's feet are pointed when standing to receive the ball.
    • 6. archaic an obeisance made by drawing back one leg and bending it while keeping the front leg straight.

    動詞

    • 1. British informal travel by foot; walk I am part of a team legging it around London
    • run away he legged it after someone shouted at him
    • 2. historical propel (a boat) through a tunnel on a canal by pushing with one's legs against the tunnel roof or sides a little boy was lying on his back, legging the boat along
    • abbr
      legal.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      having legs of a specified kind or number: bare-legged women a three-legged dog

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      having legs of a specified kind or number: bare-legged women a three-legged dog

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      long thin legs.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • plural
      a person's ability to keep their balance and not feel seasick when on board a moving ship: now I've found my sea legs I'll be much more useful

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      the back legs of frogs, as an item of food: I ate frogs' legs, which I'd never had before

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      the back legs of frogs, as an item of food: I ate frogs' legs, which I'd never had before the restaurant will serve classics like a croque-monsieur and frog legs

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • plural
      legs that curve outward at the knee; bandy legs.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    英式

    • n.
      each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands: Adams broke his leg he was off as fast as his legs would carry him
    • v.
      travel by foot; walk: I am part of a team legging it around London

    Oxford Dictionary