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  1. scrub

    • IPA[skrʌb]

    英式

    • v.
      rub (someone or something) hard so as to clean them, typically with a brush and water;remove dirt by rubbing hard
    • n.
      an act of scrubbing something or someone;a semi-abrasive cosmetic lotion applied to the face or body in order to cleanse the skin
    • verb: scrub, 3rd person present: scrubs, gerund or present participle: scrubbing, past tense: scrubbed, past participle: scrubbed

    • noun: scrub, plural noun: scrubs

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    動詞

    • 1. rub (someone or something) hard so as to clean them, typically with a brush and water he had to scrub the floor she was scrubbing herself down at the sink 同義詞 scour, rub, brush, sponge, swab, ... 更多
    • remove dirt by rubbing hard it took ages to scrub off the muck
    • thoroughly clean one's hands and arms before performing surgery the doctor scrubbed up and donned a protective gown
    • British informal (of a person) have a smart and well-groomed appearance after making a deliberate effort the band scrub up well to play weddings and parties
    • 2. informal cancel or abandon (something) the first two races had to be scrubbed because of blustery winds and rough seas 同義詞 abolish, scrap, throw out, abandon, drop, ... 更多反義詞 keep, restore
    • 3. use water to remove impurities from (gas or vapour) the vapour is scrubbed by the condensate
    • 4. (of a driver) allow (a tyre) to slide or scrape across the road surface so as to reduce speed I usually only scrub the front tyre when I get into a turn too hot
    • (of a driver) reduce (speed) by allowing the tyres to slide or scrape across the road surface he slammed the bike down on the cases to scrub off speed
    • 5. (of a rider) rub the arms and legs urgently on a horse's neck and flanks to urge it to move faster by now the field was spreadeagled and scrubbing to keep in touch with the hounds

    名詞

    • 1. an act of scrubbing something or someone give the floor a good scrub
    • 2. a semi-abrasive cosmetic lotion applied to the face or body in order to cleanse the skin don't use facial scrubs if your skin is sensitive
    • 3. informal special hygienic clothing worn by surgeons during operations Bill emerged from the delivery room in green scrubs
    • n.
      a machine used to clear thick vegetation from an area of land: a heavy-duty scrub cutter was produced for home and overseas markets

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an exfoliating cosmetic preparation applied to the body to cleanse the skin.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an exfoliating cosmetic preparation applied to the body to cleanse the skin.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a nurse who handles sterile equipment while assisting a surgeon during a surgical operation.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      travel through thick vegetation on foot or horseback: she wasn't afraid to scrub-bash into the most remote country

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a nurse who assists a surgeon by performing certain specialized duties during a surgical operation.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[skrəb]

    美式

    • v.
      rub (someone or something) hard so as to clean them, typically with a brush and water: he had to scrub the floor she was scrubbing herself down at the sink
    • n.
      an act of scrubbing something or someone: give the floor a good scrub

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[skrʌb]

    英式

    • n.
      vegetation consisting mainly of brushwood or stunted forest growth: a desert plain dotted with scrub

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[skrəb]

    美式

    • n.
      vegetation consisting mainly of brushwood or stunted forest growth: a desert plain dotted with scrub

    Oxford American Dictionary