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  1. nose

    • IPA[nəʊz]

    英式

    • n.
      the part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling;the sense of smell, especially a dog's ability to track something by its scent
    • v.
      (of an animal) thrust its nose against or into something;smell or sniff (something)
    • noun: nose, plural noun: noses

    • verb: nose, 3rd person present: noses, gerund or present participle: nosing, past tense: nosed, past participle: nosed

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling:

      he slowly breathed out the air through his nose

      he pushed his glasses higher on to the bridge of his nose

    • 2. the sense of smell, especially a dog's ability to track something by its scent:

      a dog with a keen nose

    • 3. an instinctive talent for detecting something:

      he has a nose for a good script

    • 4. the aroma of a particular substance, especially wine:

      the wine has a raspberry nose and a clean taste

      white peaches are particularly appreciated for their perfumed aromatic nose

    • 5. the front end of an aircraft, car, or other vehicle:

      the plane's nose dipped as it started descending towards the runway

    • 6. a projecting part of something:

      the nose of the saddle

    • 7. an act of looking around or prying:

      she wanted a good nose round the house

    • 8. a police informer:

      he knew that CID men are allowed to drink on duty as much of their time is spent with noses

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of an animal) thrust its nose against or into something:

      the pony nosed at the straw

    • 2. smell or sniff (something):

      because of its strength, whisky is nosed rather than tasted

      Mario's gun dog nosed the carcass

    • 3. look around or pry into something:

      I was anxious to get inside and nose around her house

      she's always nosing into my business

    • 4. detect by diligent searching:

      he nosed out the signs of trespass

    • 5. (of a vehicle) move cautiously forward:

      he turned left and nosed into an empty parking space

    • 6. (of a competitor) manage to achieve a leading position by a small margin:

      they nosed ahead by one point

    • adj. having a nose or projecting part of a specified kind:

    • red-nosed clowns

      the hairy-nosed wombat

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    • adj. having a nose or projecting part of a specified kind:

    • red-nosed clowns

      the hairy-nosed wombat

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    • n. a rounded edge of a step or molding.

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    • n. a rounded edge of a step or moulding.

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    • adj.
      (of a tool) having the end rounded, so as to produce a rounded cut or surface or to prevent accidents or damage.
    • n.
      a bullet with a rounded front end.

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    • adj.
      (of a tool) having the end rounded, so as to produce a rounded cut or surface or to prevent accidents or damage.
    • n.
      a bullet with a rounded front end.

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    • n. a ring fixed in the nose of a bull or other animal, for leading it.

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    • n.
      an extremely obsequious person:
    • a little brown-noser who wants to make sure I know he's working on Saturday
    • v.
      curry favour with (someone) by acting very obsequiously:
    • academics were brown-nosing the senior faculty

      if I can't learn to brown-nose, at least I can keep my mouth shut

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    • IPA[nōz]

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    • n.
      the part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling:
    • he slowly breathed out the air through his nose

      he pushed his glasses higher onto the bridge of his nose

    • v.
      (of an animal) thrust its nose against or into something, especially in order to smell it:
    • the pony nosed at the straw

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