- lower and raise one's head slightly and briefly, especially in greeting, assent, or understanding, or to give someone a signal；signify or express (greeting, assent, or understanding) by nodding
- an act of nodding the head；a gesture of acknowledgment or concession to
verb: nod, 3rd person present: nods, gerund or present participle: nodding, past tense: nodded, past participle: nodded
- 1. lower and raise one's head slightly and briefly, especially in greeting, assent, or understanding, or to give someone a signal she nodded her head in agreement he nodded to Monica to unlock the door 同義詞
- ▪ signify or express (greeting, assent, or understanding) by nodding he nodded his consent 同義詞
- ▪ move one's head up and down repeatedly he shut his eyes, nodding to the beat foxgloves nodding by the path
- ▪ draw or direct attention to someone or something by moving one's head he nodded toward the corner of the room
- 2. have one's head fall forward when drowsy or asleep Anna nodded over her book
- 1. an act of nodding the head at a nod from his father he left the room 同義詞
- ▪ a gesture of acknowledgment or concession to a feel-good musical with a nod to pantomime
nod to criticism nod 是點頭，引申意思為「認同」agree 。 Obama 拿諾貝爾和平獎引起很多批評，這裡 nod to criticism 是說 Obama 本身在得獎演說中，也謙虛地認為比起以前得和平獎的前輩，自己成就實在不大。所以標題用 認同別人的批評。
nod, 點頭；wink, 眨眼。 都是肢體上的小動作，在不便明示、心照不宣、給對方暗示...
...組合而成的，『RED』又是『代表熱情的顏色』。『RED is NOD』是他們在1999年6月推出的一張專輯名字，也是他們舉辦演唱會時的主題，此...