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  1. rub

    • IPA[rʌb]

    英式

    • v.
      apply firm pressure to the surface of (something), using a repeated back and forth motion;move (one's hand, a cloth, or another object) back and forth against a surface
    • n.
      an act of rubbing;an ointment designed to be rubbed on the skin to ease pain
    • verb: rub, 3rd person present: rubs, gerund or present participle: rubbing, past tense: rubbed, past participle: rubbed

    • noun: rub, plural noun: rubs

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    動詞

    • 1. apply firm pressure to the surface of (something), using a repeated back and forth motion she rubbed her arm, where she had a large bruise he rubbed at the earth on his jeans 同義詞 massage, knead, stroke, pat
    • move (one's hand, a cloth, or another object) back and forth against a surface he rubbed a finger round the rim of his mug
    • apply (ointment, polish, or a similar substance) with a back and forth motion she took out her sun cream and rubbed some on her nose 同義詞 apply, put on, smear, smooth, spread, ... 更多
    • make dry, clean, or smooth by rubbing she found a towel and began rubbing her hair I rubbed myself dry
    • work an ingredient into (a mixture) by breaking and blending it with firm movements of one's fingers sift the flour into a bowl and rub in the fat
    • reproduce the design of (a sepulchral brass or a stone) by rubbing paper laid on it with coloured wax, pencil, or chalk, etc. he was rubbing an old brass
    • 2. (with reference to two things) move or cause to move to and fro against each other with a certain amount of friction many insects make noises by rubbing parts of their bodies together the ice breaks into small floes that rub against each other
    • (of shoes or other hard items in contact with the skin) cause pain through friction badly fitting shoes can rub painfully 同義詞 chafe, pinch, scrape, abrade, hurt, ... 更多
    • (of a bowl) be slowed or diverted by the unevenness of the ground.

    名詞

    • 1. an act of rubbing she pulled out a towel and gave her head a quick rub 同義詞 massage, rub-down, polish, buffing, wipe, ... 更多
    • an ointment designed to be rubbed on the skin to ease pain a muscle rub
    • a mixture of spices and other seasonings that is applied to the surface of meat or fish before cooking he will be using coffee in a rub for a rack of lamb
    • 2. the central problem or difficulty in a situation that was the rub—she had not cared enough 同義詞 problem, difficulty, trouble, drawback, hindrance, ... 更多
    • 3. (in bowling) an uneven patch of ground that impedes or diverts a bowl.
    • n.
      the action of rubbing something: dab at the stain—vigorous rubbing could damage the carpet

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the action of rubbing something: dab at the stain—vigorous rubbing could damage the carpet

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of meat or fish) seasoned with a mixture of dry ingredients such as salt, spices, and sugar ... dry-rubbed meats are smoked over hickory wood

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    • adj.
      (of meat or fish) seasoned with a mixture of dry ingredients such as salt, spices, and sugar ... dry-rubbed meats are smoked over hickory wood

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      erase pencil marks with a rubber

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    • ph.
      erase pencil marks with an eraser

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    • n.
      a board fitted with teeth, used for making drawnwork from linen.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[rəb]

    美式

    • v.
      move one's hand or a cloth repeatedly back and forth on the surface of (something) with ... she rubbed her arm, where she had a large bruise he rubbed at the dirt on his jeans
    • n.
      an act of rubbing: she pulled out a towel and gave her head a quick rub

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Russian rouble(s).

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