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  1. needle

    • IPA[ˈniːd(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a very fine slender piece of polished metal with a point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the other, used in sewing;a similar, larger instrument used in crafts such as crochet, knitting, and lacemaking.
    • v.
      prick or pierce with or as if with a needle;provoke or annoy (someone) by continual criticism or questioning
    • noun: needle, plural noun: needles

    • verb: needle, 3rd person present: needles, gerund or present participle: needling, past tense: needled, past participle: needled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a very fine slender piece of polished metal with a point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the other, used in sewing:

      a darning needle

    • 2. a similar, larger instrument used in crafts such as crochet, knitting, and lacemaking.
    • 3. the pointed hollow end of a hypodermic syringe.
    • 4. a very fine metal spike used in acupuncture.
    • 5. a thin pointer on a dial, compass, or other instrument:

      the meter needle barely moved

    • 6. a stylus used to play records:

      she wound the gramophone and lowered the needle on to the record

    • 7. an etching tool.
    • 8. a steel pin exploding the cartridge of a breech-loading gun.
    • 9. the sharp, stiff, slender leaf of a fir or pine tree.
    • 10. a pointed rock or peak:

      just left of the needle is a steep wall for those who like bold climbing

    • 11. a group of rocks in the sea off the western tip of the Isle of Wight in southern England.
    • 12. an obelisk:

      Cleopatra's Needle

    • 13. hostility or antagonism provoked by rivalry:

      there is already a little bit of needle between the sides

    • 14. a beam used as a temporary support during underpinning.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. prick or pierce with or as if with a needle:

      dust needled his eyes

    • 2. provoke or annoy (someone) by continual criticism or questioning:

      I just said that to Charlie to needle him

    • n. an American bur-marigold with prickly fruit.

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    • n. an American beggarticks with prickly fruit.

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    • plural a set of needles of gold or silver alloy of known compositions, used in testing other alloys on a touchstone.

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    • plural a tingling sensation in a limb recovering from numbness.

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    • plural a tingling sensation in a limb recovering from numbness.

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    • ph. a pair of granite obelisks erected at Heliopolis by Tuthmosis III c. 1475 bc. They were taken from Egypt in 1878, one being set up on the Thames Embankment in London and the other in Central Park, New York. They have no known historical connection with Cleopatra.

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    • ph. a pair of granite obelisks erected at Heliopolis by Tuthmosis III c. 1475 bc. They were taken from Egypt in 1878, one being set up on the Thames Embankment in London and the other in Central Park, New York. They have no known historical connection with Cleopatra.

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    • ph. in an agitated state of suspense

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    美式

    • n.
      a very fine slender piece of metal with a point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the other, used in sewing:
    • a darning needle
    • v.
      prick or pierce (something) with or as if with a needle:
    • dust needled his eyes

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