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  1. scold

    • IPA[skəʊld]

    英式

    • v.
      remonstrate with or rebuke (someone) angrily;(of a bird) call loudly and persistently
    • n.
      a person, in particular a woman, who nags or grumbles constantly
    • noun: scold, plural noun: scolds

    • verb: scold, 3rd person present: scolds, gerund or present participle: scolding, past tense: scolded, past participle: scolded

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. remonstrate with or rebuke (someone) angrily:

      Mum took Anna away, scolding her for her bad behaviour

    • 2. (of a bird) call loudly and persistently:

      the gulls wheeled and scolded above the lake

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person, in particular a woman, who nags or grumbles constantly:

      his mother was the village scold

      the fiscal scolds insist that reform will make everything even worse

    • n. another term for branks

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    • IPA[skōld]

    美式

    • v.
      remonstrate with or rebuke (someone) angrily:
    • Mom took Anna away, scolding her for her bad behavior
    • n.
      a person, in particular a woman, who nags or grumbles constantly:
    • his mother was the village scold

      the fiscal scolds insist that reform will make everything even worse

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