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  1. prick

    • IPA[prik]

    美式

    • v.
      make a small hole in (something) with a sharp point; pierce slightly;feel a sensation as though a sharp point were sticking into one
    • n.
      an act of piercing something with a fine, sharp point;a small hole or mark made by piercing something with a fine, sharp point.
    • verb: prick, 3rd person present: pricks, gerund or present participle: pricking, past tense: pricked, past participle: pricked

    • noun: prick, plural noun: pricks

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    • 1. an act of piercing something with a fine, sharp point the pin prick had produced a drop of blood
    • a small hole or mark made by piercing something with a fine, sharp point. 同義詞 hole, puncture, perforation, pinhole, nick, ... 更多
    • a sharp pain caused by being pierced with a fine point he felt a tiny prick in his arm 同義詞 jab, sting, pinprick, stab, nick, ... 更多
    • a sudden feeling of distress, anxiety, or some other unpleasant emotion she felt a prick of resentment 同義詞 pang, pricking, twinge, stab, gnawing
    • 2. vulgar slang a penis.
    • a man regarded as stupid, unpleasant, or contemptible.
    • 3. archaic a spiked stick used for driving oxen.
    • ph.
      draw a pattern by making small holes in a surface

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      draw a pattern by making small holes in a surface

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for cock-teaser

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    • n.
      another term for cockteaser

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    • ph.
      draw a pattern by making small holes in a surface

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    • ph.
      transplant seedlings to a container or bed that provides adequate room for growth

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    • ph.
      (especially of a horse or dog) make the ears stand erect when on the alert

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    • ph.
      one becomes suddenly attentive

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    • IPA[prɪk]

    英式

    • v.
      make a small hole in (something) with a sharp point; pierce slightly: prick the potatoes with a fork
    • n.
      an act of piercing something with a sharp point: the pin prick had produced a drop of blood

    Oxford Dictionary