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  1. pad

    • IPA[pad]

    英式

    • n.
      a thick piece of soft material, typically used to protect or shape something, or to absorb liquid;a protective guard worn by a sports player to protect a part of the body
    • 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
    • noun: pad, plural noun: pads

    • verb: pad, 3rd person present: pads, gerund or present participle: padding, past tense: padded, past participle: padded

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a thick piece of soft material, typically used to protect or shape something, or to absorb liquid:

      a pad of cotton wool

    • 2. a protective guard worn by a sports player to protect a part of the body:

      cricket pads

    • 3. the fleshy underpart of an animal's foot or of a human finger:

      a dog's pads will bleed profusely if cut

    • 4. 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

    • 5. a flat-topped structure or area used for helicopter take-off and landing or for rocket-launching:

      an office building with a helicopter pad

    • 6. a person's home:

      the police raided my pad

    • 7. 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.
    • v.
      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. 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

    • 4. put on protective pads in order to play a sport, especially cricket:

      at the age of 90, he still pads up ready to bat

    • 5. (of a batsman) deliberately use one's pads to block a ball:

      Childs fooled the youngster into padding up to a ball which didn't spin away

    • n. soft material such as foam or cloth used to pad or stuff something:

    • cushions supplied extra padding and decoration

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    • n. soft material such as foam or cloth used to pad or stuff something:

    • cushions supplied extra padding and decoration

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    • adj. filled or covered with soft material for the purpose of protection, comfort, or to add shape:

    • both mother and daughter were wrapped up warm in padded jackets

      the chair has a padded seat and back

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    • adj. filled or covered with soft material for the purpose of protection, comfort, or to add shape:

    • both mother and daughter were wrapped up warm in padded jackets

      the chair has a padded seat and back

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    • n. a shaped pad sewn into the shoulder of a garment to provide bulk and shape.

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    • n. a pad made of steel wool impregnated with soap, used for scouring pans.

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    • 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:
    • sterile gauze pads
    • 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:
    • the boxing gloves are padded with impact-resistant foam rubber

      wrap dishes and glassware individually, and pad the box with paper or bubble wrap

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    • IPA[pad]

    英式

    • v.
      walk with steady steps making a soft dull sound:
    • she padded along the corridor
    • n.
      the soft dull sound of steady steps:
    • he heard the pad of feet

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    • IPA[pad]

    美式

    • v.
      walk with steady steps making a soft dull sound:
    • she padded along the corridor
    • n.
      the soft dull sound of steady steps:
    • he heard the pad of feet

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