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  1. puddle

    • IPA[ˈpʌdl]

    英式

    • n.
      a small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground;clay and sand mixed with water and used as a watertight covering for embankments.
    • v.
      wet or cover (a surface) with water, especially rainwater;(of liquid) form a small pool
    • verb: puddle, 3rd person present: puddles, gerund or present participle: puddling, past tense: puddled, past participle: puddled

    • noun: puddle, plural noun: puddles

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    名詞

    • 1. a small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground splashing through deep puddles a little puddle of light
    • 2. clay and sand mixed with water and used as a watertight covering for embankments.
    • 3. a circular patch of disturbed water made by the blade of an oar at each stroke.

    動詞

    • 1. wet or cover (a surface) with water, especially rainwater the cobbles under our feet were wet and puddled
    • (of liquid) form a small pool rivulets of water coursed down the panes, puddling on the sill
    • archaic dabble or wallow in mud or shallow water children are playing and puddling about in the dirt
    • 2. line (a hole) with puddle he dug and puddled a large pond
    • knead (clay and sand) into puddle.
    • work (mixed water and clay) to separate gold or opal.
    • historical stir (molten iron) with iron oxide in a furnace, to produce wrought iron by oxidizing carbon my father helped puddle the iron that has braced this city's rising towers open-hearth steelmaking eventually eliminated puddling altogether
    • n.
      a small light airplane that is fast and highly maneuverable and used for short trips.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      occupy oneself in a disorganized or unproductive way

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      occupy oneself in a disorganized or unproductive way

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a small light aeroplane which is fast and manoeuvrable and used for short trips.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈpəd(ə)l]

    美式

    • n.
      a small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground: splashing through deep puddles a little puddle of light
    • v.
      wet or cover (a surface) with water, especially rainwater: the cobbles under our feet were wet and puddled

    Oxford American Dictionary