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  1. paddle

    • IPA[ˈpad(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a short pole with a broad blade at one or both ends, used without a rowlock to move a small boat or canoe through the water;an act of paddling a boat
    • v.
      move through the water in a boat using a paddle or paddles;propel a boat along (a stretch of water) using paddles
    • verb: paddle, 3rd person present: paddles, gerund or present participle: paddling, past tense: paddled, past participle: paddled

    • noun: paddle, plural noun: paddles

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a short pole with a broad blade at one or both ends, used without a rowlock to move a small boat or canoe through the water we dug in deep with our paddles paddle strokes
    • an act of paddling a boat a gentle paddle on sluggish water
    • a paddle-shaped instrument used for mixing food, or stirring or mixing in industrial processes.
    • North American a short-handled bat used in table tennis.
    • North American informal a paddle-shaped instrument used to administer corporal punishment.
    • each of the boards fitted round the circumference of a paddle wheel or mill wheel.
    • the fin or flipper of an aquatic mammal or bird.
    • 2. a flat array of solar cells projecting from a spacecraft.
    • 3. a plastic-covered electrode used in cardiac stimulation.

    動詞

    • 1. move through the water in a boat using a paddle or paddles she paddled along the coast he was teaching trainees to paddle canoes
    • propel a boat along (a stretch of water) using paddles a legal right to paddle Scottish rivers
    • (of bird or other animal) swim with short fast strokes the swan paddled away
    • 2. North American informal beat (someone) with a paddle as a punishment ask the mother if she minds the offspring getting paddled from time to time
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