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  1. pad

    • IPA[pad]

    美式

    • n.
      a thick piece of soft material used to reduce friction or jarring, enlarge or change the shape of something, or hold or absorb liquid;a protective guard worn by a sports player to protect a part of the body from blows
    • v.
      fill or cover (something) with soft material in order to protect it or its contents, make it more comfortable, or give it a particular shape;lengthen a speech, piece of writing, etc. with unnecessary material
    • verb: pad, 3rd person present: pads, gerund or present participle: padding, past tense: padded, past participle: padded

    • noun: pad, plural noun: pads

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a thick piece of soft material used to reduce friction or jarring, enlarge or change the shape of something, or hold or absorb liquid sterile gauze pads 同義詞 dressing, compress, pack, padding, wadding, ... 更多
    • a protective guard worn by a sports player to protect a part of the body from blows cricket pads
    • 2. the fleshy underpart of an animal's foot or of a human finger a dog's pads will bleed profusely if cut
    • 3. a number of sheets of blank paper fastened together at one edge, used for writing or drawing she sketched something on a big white pad 同義詞 notebook, notepad, writing pad, memo pad, tablet, ... 更多
    • 4. a flat-topped structure or area used for helicopter takeoff and landing or for rocket launching an office building with a helicopter pad
    • 5. informal a person's home the police raided my pad
    • 6. a flat area on a track of a printed circuit or on the edge of an integrated circuit to which wires or component leads can be attached to make an electrical connection.
    • 7. short for lily pad

    動詞

    • 1. fill or cover (something) with soft material in order to protect it or its contents, make it more comfortable, or give it a particular shape the boxing gloves are padded with impact-resistant foam rubber wrap dishes and glassware individually, and pad the box with paper or bubble wrap
    • 2. lengthen a speech, piece of writing, etc. with unnecessary material don't pad out your answer to make it seem impressive the short review is padded with irrelevant blather about “Monty Python”
    • 3. North American add false items to (an expenses claim or bill) in order to receive unjustified payment the indictment alleges that he padded expenses and claimed wages for work he didn't do