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  1. nip

    • IPA[nip]

    美式

    • v.
      pinch, squeeze, or bite sharply;(of the cold or frost) cause sharp pain or harm to
    • n.
      a sharp pinch, squeeze, or bite;a feeling of biting cold
    • verb: nip, 3rd person present: nips, gerund or present participle: nipping, past tense: nipped, past participle: nipped

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. pinch, squeeze, or bite sharply:

      the dog nipped him on the leg

    • 2. (of the cold or frost) cause sharp pain or harm to:

      the vegetable garden, nipped now by frost

    • 3. remove something by pinching or squeezing sharply:

      he nipped off a length of wire with the cutters

    • 4. steal or snatch (something):

      if I nipped a five-dollar bill I could slip it back the next day

    • 5. defeat by a narrow margin.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a sharp pinch, squeeze, or bite:

      a strong beak which can deliver a serious nip

    • 2. a feeling of biting cold:

      there was a real winter nip in the air

    • n. an instance in which a woman's nipple is accidentally exposed:

    • she narrowly avoided a nip slip as the neckline fell forward

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    • n. an instance in which a woman's nipple is accidentally exposed:

    • she narrowly avoided a nip slip as the neckline fell forward

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    • adj.
      closely contested; neck and neck:
    • the seventh race was a real nip and tuck affair

      it was nip and tuck until the Tigers took the lead

    • n.
      a minor cosmetic surgical operation:
    • lots of exercise keeps her in shape and the odd nip and tuck helps

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    • adj.
      closely contested; neck and neck:
    • the seventh race was a real nip and tuck affair

      it was nip and tuck until the Tigers took the lead

    • n.
      a minor cosmetic surgical operation:
    • some stars aren't afraid to admit they've gotten a little nip and tuck

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    • IPA[nɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      bite or pinch sharply:
    • one of the dogs nipped him on the leg

      his teeth nipped at her ear

    • n.
      a sharp bite or pinch:
    • a strong beak which can deliver a serious nip

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    • IPA[nip]

    美式

    • n.
      a small quantity or sip of liquor:
    • a nip of brandy
    • v.
      take a sip or sips of liquor:
    • the men nipped from the bottle

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    • IPA[nɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a small quantity or sip of spirits:
    • a nip of brandy
    • v.
      take a sip or sips of spirits:
    • the men nipped from the bottle

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    • IPA[nip]

    美式

    • n.
      a Japanese person.

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    • IPA[nɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a Japanese person.

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  2. 知識+

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