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  1. skin

    • IPA[skɪn]

    英式

    • n.
      the thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal;the skin of a dead animal with or without the fur, used as material for clothing or other items
    • v.
      remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable);graze (a part of one's body)
    • noun: skin, plural noun: skins

    • verb: skin, 3rd person present: skins, gerund or present participle: skinning, past tense: skinned, past participle: skinned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal:

      I use body lotion to keep my skin supple

      a flap of skin

    • 2. the skin of a dead animal with or without the fur, used as material for clothing or other items:

      is this real crocodile skin?

    • 3. a container made from the skin of an animal such as a goat, used for holding liquids:

      a skin filled with water

    • 4. the peel or outer layer of certain fruits or vegetables:

      potatoes roasted in their skins

    • 5. the thin outer covering of a sausage:

      if you are using link-sausages, prick the skins well with a fork

    • 6. a thin layer forming on the surface of certain hot liquids, such as milk, as they cool:

      Victoria was skimming the skin off the saucepan of milk

    • 7. a cigarette paper:

      I passed her a plastic bag with skins and hash inside

    • 8. the outermost layer of a structure such as a building or aircraft.
    • 9. a strip of sealskin or other material attached to the underside of a ski to prevent a skier slipping backwards during climbing.
    • 10. a customized graphic user interface for an application or operating system.
    • 11. a skinhead:

      we were surrounded by skins with tattoos and braces

    • 12. (especially in jazz) a drum or drum head.
    • 13. relating to or denoting pornographic literature or films:

      the skin trade

    • 14. a card game in which each player has one card which they bet will not be the first to be matched by a card dealt from the pack.
    • 15. a unit into which an Aboriginal people is divided, typically on the basis of descent, each skin being associated with a totemic bird, animal, or insect.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable):

      scald and skin the tomatoes

      she skinned the pig and salted the carcass

    • 2. graze (a part of one's body):

      he scrambled down from the tree with such haste that he skinned his knees

    • 3. take money from or swindle (someone):

      I ain't no dummy, and I know when I'm being skinned

    • 4. (of a wound) form new skin:

      the hole in his skull skinned over

    • 5. cover with skin:

      the wound was skinned, but the strength of his thigh was not restored

    • 6. (of a player) take the ball past (a defender) with ease:

      Kanchelskis would have skinned him

    • 7. make a cannabis cigarette:

      we had a few beers and then we skinned up

    • adj. having a skin of a specified type:

    • a smooth-skinned complexion

      red-skinned potatoes

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    • adj. having a skin of a specified type:

    • smooth-skinned stingrays

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    • n. the skin of a banana, especially when peeled off and discarded:

    • you can compost banana skins, peelings, teabags, and eggshells

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    • v.
      inject (a drug, typically a narcotic) subcutaneously:
    • she used her insulin syringes to skin-pop illicit drugs

      he had been skin-popping, which accounted for the small amount of heroin in his system

    • n.
      a subcutaneous injection of a drug, typically a narcotic.

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    • n. a surgical operation in which a piece of healthy skin is transplanted to a new site on a patient's body or to a different individual.

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    • n.
      a test for an immune reaction performed by applying a substance topically or injecting it into the skin.
    • v.
      perform a skin test on (someone):
    • the children were skin-tested for three food allergens

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    • v.
      inject (a drug, typically a narcotic) subcutaneously:
    • she used her insulin syringes to skin-pop illicit drugs

      he had been skin-popping, which accounted for the small amount of heroin in his system

    • n.
      a subcutaneous injection of a drug, typically a narcotic.

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    • n. a surgical operation in which a piece of healthy skin is transplanted to a new site on the body.

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    • IPA[skin]

    美式

    • n.
      the thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal:
    • I use body lotion to keep my skin soft

      a flap of skin

    • v.
      remove the skin from (an animal or a fruit or vegetable):
    • scald and skin the tomatoes

      she skinned the pig and salted the carcass

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  2. 知識+

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    • 什麼是Cadaver skin

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