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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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    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 同義詞 epidermis, dermis, technicalcuticle, cutis, corium, ... 更多
    • the skin of a dead animal with or without the fur, used as material for clothing or other items is this real crocodile skin? 同義詞 hide, pelt, fleece, greenhide, technicalcrop, ... 更多
    • a container made from the skin of an animal such as a goat, used for holding liquids a skin filled with water
    • 2. the peel or outer layer of certain fruits or vegetables potatoes roasted in their skins 同義詞 peel, rind, outside, technicalintegument
    • the thin outer covering of a sausage if you are using link-sausages, prick the skins well with a fork
    • 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 同義詞 film, coating, coat, layer, overlay, ... 更多
    • informal a cigarette paper I passed her a plastic bag with skins and hash inside
    • the outermost layer of a structure such as a building or aircraft. 同義詞 casing, cover, covering, exterior, pod
    • a strip of sealskin or other material attached to the underside of a ski to prevent a skier slipping backwards during climbing.
    • 3. a customized graphic user interface for an application or operating system.
    • 4. British informal a skinhead we were surrounded by skins with tattoos and braces
    • 5. informal (especially in jazz) a drum or drum head.
    • 6. informal relating to or denoting pornographic literature or films the skin trade
    • 7. US 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.
    • 8. Australian 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.

    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 同義詞 peel, pare, hull, technicaldecorticate
    • graze (a part of one's body) he scrambled down from the tree with such haste that he skinned his knees 同義詞 graze, scrape, abrade, bark, cut, ... 更多
    • 2. informal take money from or swindle (someone) I ain't no dummy, and I know when I'm being skinned
    • 3. (of a wound) form new skin the hole in his skull skinned over
    • archaic cover with skin the wound was skinned, but the strength of his thigh was not restored
    • 4. informal (of a player) take the ball past (a defender) with ease Kanchelskis would have skinned him
    • 5. British informal 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

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      having a skin of a specified type: smooth-skinned stingrays

    Oxford American Dictionary

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

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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.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • 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.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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

    Oxford Dictionary

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

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the thin outer layer of an onion: onion skins and peelings still have nutrients in them

    Oxford Dictionary

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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

    Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • 英文 normal (resistant) skin

      ...膚質,皮膚依其敏感程度分為下列三種: Normal Skin: 一般膚質 或 正常膚質 Resistant Skin... 32% AHA/BHA (resistant skin) **AHAaminoPlex Activator 30% (normal-to...

    • What Is Dry Skin?

      干性皮肤描绘为缺乏在地層corneum的濕氣。为了使感到的皮膚看上去和正常,地層corneum的水含量比10%在transepidermal水耗(TEWL)的一定偉大增量那导致干性皮肤結果,当在滲透性障礙的一個瑕疵允许過份水丟失到大氣时。 這障礙擾動由幾個不同的因素造成,例如苛刻的洗滌劑、丙酮和...

    • 什麼是Cadaver skin

      cadaver skin = 已經死亡者所捐贈的皮膚。 cadaver skin 也可以稱為 homograft 或者 allograft 2007-09-20 22:53:36 補充: cadaver = a dead human body = 醫學院課程中,對於被用來作為醫學訓練的屍體的正式說法