- speak to someone or about something in a scornfully derisive or mocking way
- an expression of scornful derision；an object of ridicule
noun: scoff, plural noun: scoffs
verb: scoff, 3rd person present: scoffs, gerund or present participle: scoffing, past tense: scoffed, past participle: scoffed
- 1. speak to someone or about something in a scornfully derisive or mocking way “You, a scientist?” he scoffed department officials scoffed at the allegations
- 1. an expression of scornful derision scoffs of disbelief
- ▪ an object of ridicule his army was the scoff of all Europe
- speak to someone or about something in a scornfully derisive or mocking way: Patrick professed to scoff at soppy love scenes in films ‘You, a scientist?’ he scoffed
- an expression of scornful derision: scoffs of disbelief
- eat (something) quickly and greedily: he can scoff a cannelloni faster than you can drink a pint
- food: ice cream was seen as suitable scoff to keep the under-tens quiet
- eat (something) quickly and greedily: she scoffed down several chops a lizard scoffing up insects
Oxford American Dictionary
先假設他們擁有x元 Alan owns 90% 所以Alan 就有0.9x元 他給Scoff $16後 有85% 可寫方程式 =>0.9x-16=0.85x 解方程式得 0.05x=16 在算出 x=320 就是他們擁有的錢喽 ~
... class yesterday 3.這些士兵嘲笑這位國王而這讓他非常生氣 Being scoffed by these soldiers, the king is very angry These soldiers...
第一題: 有5種可能 = 1. actif, 2. scarf, 3. scoff, 4. scuff, 5. scurf 第二題: 有2種可能 = 1. layup, 2. letup 第三題: 有2種可能...