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  1. pepper

    • IPA[ˈpepər]

    美式

    • n.
      a pungent, hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, commonly used as a spice or condiment to flavor food;a reddish hot-tasting spice prepared from various forms of capsicum.
    • v.
      sprinkle or season (food) with pepper;cover or fill with a liberal amount of scattered items
    • verb: pepper, 3rd person present: peppers, gerund or present participle: peppering, past tense: peppered, past participle: peppered

    • noun: pepper, plural noun: peppers

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a pungent, hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, commonly used as a spice or condiment to flavor food season to taste with salt and pepper
    • a reddish hot-tasting spice prepared from various forms of capsicum.
    • 2. a capsicum, especially a sweet pepper.
    • 3. a climbing vine with berries that are dried as black or white peppercorns.
    • used in names of other plants that are related to this, have hot-tasting leaves, or have fruits used as a pungent spice, e.g., water pepper.
    • 4. a practice game in which fielders throw at close range to a batter who hits back to the fielders he liked to play pepper

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