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  1. prickle

    • IPA[ˈprik(ə)l]

    美式

    • n.
      a short, slender, sharp-pointed outgrowth on the bark or epidermis of a plant; a small thorn;a small spine or pointed outgrowth on the skin of certain animals.
    • v.
      (of a person's skin or a part of the body) experience a tingling sensation, especially as a result of strong emotion;cause a tingling or mildly painful sensation in
    • noun: prickle, plural noun: prickles

    • verb: prickle, 3rd person present: prickles, gerund or present participle: prickling, past tense: prickled, past participle: prickled

    • 釋義
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a short, slender, sharp-pointed outgrowth on the bark or epidermis of a plant; a small thorn:

      the prickles of the blackberry bushes

    • 2. a small spine or pointed outgrowth on the skin of certain animals.
    • 3. a tingling sensation on someone's skin, typically caused by strong emotion:

      Kathleen felt a prickle of excitement

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a person's skin or a part of the body) experience a tingling sensation, especially as a result of strong emotion:

      the sound made her skin prickle with horror

    • 2. cause a tingling or mildly painful sensation in:

      I hate the way the fibers prickle your skin

    • 3. (of a person) react defensively or angrily to something:

      she prickled at the implication that she had led a soft and protected life

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    • IPA[ˈprɪk(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a short pointed outgrowth on the bark or epidermis of a plant; a small thorn:
    • the prickles of the gorse bushes
    • v.
      (of a part of the body) experience a tingling sensation, especially as a result of strong emotion:
    • the sound made her skin prickle with horror

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