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  1. pump

    • IPA[pəmp]

    美式

    • n.
      a mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tires;an instance of moving something by or as if by a pump
    • v.
      force (liquid, gas, etc.) to move by or as if by means of a pump;move in spurts as though driven by a pump
    • noun: pump, plural noun: pumps

    • verb: pump, 3rd person present: pumps, gerund or present participle: pumping, past tense: pumped, past participle: pumped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tires:

      a gas pump

    • 2. an instance of moving something by or as if by a pump:

      the pump of blood to her heart

    • 3. an active transport mechanism in living cells by which specific ions are moved through the cell membrane against a concentration gradient:

      the bacterium's sodium pump

    • 4. a pump-action shotgun:

      the shotgun was a 12-gauge pump

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. force (liquid, gas, etc.) to move by or as if by means of a pump:

      the blood is pumped around the body

      if we pump long enough, we should bring the level up

    • 2. move in spurts as though driven by a pump:

      blood was pumping from a wound in his shoulder

    • 3. draw (milk) from the breast using a breast pump, typically in order to feed a baby by means of a bottle:

      she struggled with pumping enough milk

      I've exclusively pumped for my youngest

    • 4. fill (something such as a tire or balloon) with liquid or gas using a pump:

      I fetched the bike and pumped up the back tire

      my veins had been pumped full of glucose

    • 5. shoot (bullets) into (a target):

      he pumped two shots into the van's front tire

    • 6. move vigorously up and down:

      we had to pump the handle like mad

      that's superb running—look at his legs pumping

    • 7. apply and release (a brake pedal or lever) several times in quick succession, typically to prevent skidding:

      the school teaches its students to brake by pumping the pedal

    • 8. move one's arm as if throwing a ball held in the hand, but without releasing the ball:

      behind the plate Howard double-pumped, then threw to second

    • 9. try to elicit information from (someone) by persistent questioning:

      she began to pump her friend for details

    • adj. (of an inflatable object) filled up with air, especially by using a pump:

    • each wheelbarrow has a pumped up tire ensuring a smooth ride

      mouth-inflated balloons are softer than pumped balloons

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    • adj. (of an inflatable object) filled up with air, especially by using a pump:

    • each wheelbarrow has a pumped up tyre ensuring a smooth ride

      mouth-inflated balloons are softer than pumped balloons

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    • adj. (of a person) stimulated or filled with enthusiasm or excitement:

    • I was so pumped that I overdid everything

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    • n. a room, building, or compartment in which pumps are housed or from which they are controlled.

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    • adj. denoting a repeating firearm, typically a shotgun, in which a new round is brought from the magazine into the breech by a slide action in line with the barrel:

    • a pump-action shotgun

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    • n. the introduction of fluid into a pump to prepare it for working.

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    • IPA[pʌmp]

    英式

    • n.
      a mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tyres:
    • a petrol pump
    • v.
      force (liquid, gas, etc.) to move by or as if by means of a pump:
    • the blood is pumped around the body

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    • IPA[pʌmp]

    英式

    • n.
      a sports shoe; a plimsoll.

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    • IPA[pəmp]

    美式

    • n.
      a woman's plain, lightweight shoe that has a low-cut upper, no fastening, and typically a medium heel.

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