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  1. sledge

    • IPA[slɛdʒ]

    英式

    • v.
      make taunting or teasing remarks to (an opposing player, especially a batter) in order to disturb their concentration;criticize or insult in a mocking way
    • n.
      a taunting or teasing remark made to an opposing player in order to disturb their concentration;a mockingly critical comment
    • verb: sledge, 3rd person present: sledges, gerund or present participle: sledging, past tense: sledged, past participle: sledged

    • noun: sledge, plural noun: sledges

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. make taunting or teasing remarks to (an opposing player, especially a batter) in order to disturb their concentration Zol smashed Zaheer for a couple of fours immediately after being sledged by the veteran seamer in Australia he stared down batsmen, sledged, swore, and kept coming at them
    • criticize or insult in a mocking way people on that side of the chamber sledged the Prime Minister and accused the coalition of immorality

    名詞

    • 1. a taunting or teasing remark made to an opposing player in order to disturb their concentration he was upset after a very personal sledge by the Australian captain
    • a mockingly critical comment as political sledges go, it was a killer