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  1. scab

    • IPA[skab]

    英式

    • n.
      a dry, rough protective crust that forms over a cut or wound during healing.;mange or a similar skin disease in animals.
    • v.
      become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs;act or work as a scab
    • verb: scab, 3rd person present: scabs, gerund or present participle: scabbing, past tense: scabbed, past participle: scabbed

    • noun: scab, plural noun: scabs

    • 釋義
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    名詞

    • 1. a dry, rough protective crust that forms over a cut or wound during healing.
    • 2. mange or a similar skin disease in animals.
    • any of a number of fungal diseases of plants in which rough patches develop, especially on apples and potatoes.
    • 3. informal a person or thing regarded with contempt.
    • derogatory a person who refuses to strike or join a trade union or who takes the place of a striking worker.

    動詞

    • 1. become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs I had a cut on my arm that had scabbed over the wound had barely begun to scab, let alone heal
    • 2. derogatory act or work as a scab two inspectors who scabbed on the last strike were out this week
    • 3. British informal scrounge she tried to scab a fag off me
    • adj.
      (of a part of the body) having or covered in scabs: the pads he wore didn't protect his scabbed knees

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a part of the body) having or covered in scabs: the pads he wore didn't protect his scabbed knees

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an intensely itching skin disease of sheep caused by a parasitic mite.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an intensely itching skin disease of sheep caused by a parasitic mite.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the task of picking up litter on school premises, given to a pupil as a punishment: he pushed past a few gloomy-looking punkettes doing scab duty out front

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[skab]

    美式

    • n.
      a dry, rough protective crust that forms over a cut or wound during healing.
    • v.
      become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs: I had a cut on my arm that had scabbed over the wound had barely begun to scab, let alone heal

    Oxford American Dictionary