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  1. screw

    • IPA[skruː]

    英式

    • n.
      a short, slender, sharp-pointed metal pin with a raised helical thread running round it and a slotted head, used to join things together by being rotated so that it pierces wood or other material and is held tightly in place.;a cylinder with a helical ridge or thread running round the outside (a male screw) that can be turned to seal an opening, apply pressure, adjust position, etc., especially one fitting into a corresponding internally grooved or threaded piece (a female screw).
    • v.
      fasten or tighten with a screw or screws;rotate (something) so as to fit it into or on to a surface or object by means of a spiral thread
    • verb: screw, 3rd person present: screws, gerund or present participle: screwing, past tense: screwed, past participle: screwed

    • noun: screw, plural noun: screws

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    名詞

    • 1. a short, slender, sharp-pointed metal pin with a raised helical thread running round it and a slotted head, used to join things together by being rotated so that it pierces wood or other material and is held tightly in place. 同義詞 bolt, fastener, nail, pin, tack, ... 更多
    • a cylinder with a helical ridge or thread running round the outside (a male screw) that can be turned to seal an opening, apply pressure, adjust position, etc., especially one fitting into a corresponding internally grooved or threaded piece (a female screw).
    • historical an instrument of torture having the action of a screw.
    • a ship's or aircraft's propeller (considered as acting like a screw in moving through water or air). 同義詞 propeller, rotor
    • 2. an act of turning a screw or other object having a thread. 同義詞 turn, twist, wrench, lever, heave
    • British backspin given to the cue ball by hitting it below centre, intended to make it move backwards after striking the object ball.
    • British a small twisted-up piece of paper, typically containing a substance such as salt or tobacco.
    • 3. informal a prisoner's derogatory term for a warder she was frightened by the look of the screws
    • 4. vulgar slang an act or instance of having sex.
    • a sexual partner of a specified ability.
    • 5. British informal, dated an amount of salary or wages he's offered me the job with a jolly good screw
    • 6. archaic, informal a mean or miserly person.
    • 7. British informal a worn-out horse.

    動詞

    • 1. fasten or tighten with a screw or screws screw the hinge to your new door 同義詞 fasten, secure, fix, attach, clamp, ... 更多
    • rotate (something) so as to fit it into or on to a surface or object by means of a spiral thread Philip screwed the top on the flask 同義詞 tighten, turn, twist, wind, work
    • (of an object) be attached or removed by being rotated by means of a spiral thread a connector which screws on to the gas cylinder
    • 2. informal cheat or swindle (someone), especially by charging them too much for something the loss of advertising contracts will amount to more than the few quid that they're trying to screw us for 同義詞 cheat, swindle, defraud, fleece, overcharge, ... 更多
    • be in serious trouble if you're colour-blind, you're screwed
    • 3. vulgar slang have sex with.
    • (of a couple) have sex.
    • used to express anger or contempt I saw red and thought, ‘Screw you!’
    • 4. impart spin or curl to (a ball or shot) Collins had a late chance to equalize but screwed his shot wide
    • British play a shot with screw Johnson chose to screw back for the pink
    • adj.
      (of a bolt or other device) having a helical ridge or thread running around the outside: any tappings that aren't being used on the cylinder can be fitted with screwed blanks

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a bolt or other device) having a helical ridge or thread running around the outside: any tappings that aren't being used on the cylinder can be fitted with screwed blanks

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      crush a piece of paper or fabric into a tight mass

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      crush a piece of paper or fabric into a tight mass

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      fool about

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      fool around

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a heavy wood screw with a square or hexagonal head.
    • v.
      fasten with a lag screw.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a worm gear or other mechanical device bearing a screw.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    美式

    • n.
      a short, slender, sharp-pointed metal pin with a raised helical thread running around it and a ...
    • v.
      fasten or tighten with a screw or screws: screw the hinge to your new door

    Oxford American Dictionary

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