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  1. skirt

    • IPA[skəːt]

    英式

    • n.
      a woman's outer garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs.;the part of a coat or dress that hangs below the waist.
    • v.
      go round or past the edge of;be situated along or around the edge of
    • noun: skirt, plural noun: skirts

    • verb: skirt, 3rd person present: skirts, gerund or present participle: skirting, past tense: skirted, past participle: skirted

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a woman's outer garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs.
    • 2. the part of a coat or dress that hangs below the waist.
    • 3. an edge, border, or extreme part.
    • 4. women regarded as objects of sexual desire:

      so, Sandro, off to chase some skirt?

    • 5. a surface that conceals or protects the wheels or underside of a vehicle or aircraft.
    • 6. the curtain that hangs round the base of a hovercraft to contain the air cushion.
    • 7. an animal's diaphragm and other membranes as food:

      bits of beef skirt

    • 8. a cut of meat from the lower flank.
    • 9. a small flap on a saddle, covering the bar from which the stirrup leather hangs.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. go round or past the edge of:

      he did not go through the city but skirted it

    • 2. be situated along or around the edge of:

      the fields that skirted the highway were full of cattle

    • 3. go along or around (something) rather than directly through or across it:

      the river valley skirts along the northern slopes of the hills

    • 4. attempt to ignore; avoid dealing with:

      they are both skirting the issue

      the treaty skirted around the question of political cooperation

    • adj. having or wearing a skirt of a specified kind:

    • a long-skirted dress

      a plaid-skirted schoolgirl

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    • adj. having or wearing a skirt of a specified kind:

    • a long-skirted dress

      a plaid-skirted schoolgirl

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    • n. a long full skirt in a solid color with a chenille poodle on it, popular in the 1950s with bobbysoxers.

    • a long-skirted dress

      a plaid-skirted schoolgirl

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    • n. a skirt reaching to the ankle:

    • the maxi skirt lengthens the silhouette

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    • n. a very narrow straight skirt:

    • it looks sophisticated with the pencil skirt and pretty with the flared skirt.

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    • n. a man who pursues women amorously and is casual in his affections; a womanizer:

    • Conrad had been a skirt-chaser and a dandy

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    • n. a style of skirt so narrow at the hem as to impede walking, popular in the 1910s.

    • Conrad had been a skirt-chaser and a dandy

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    • n. a man who pursues women amorously and is fickle in his affections:

    • Conrad had been a skirt-chaser and a dandy

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    • IPA[skərt]

    美式

    • n.
      a woman's outer garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs.
    • v.
      go around or past the edge of:
    • he did not go through the city but skirted it

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