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  1. snake

    • IPA[snāk]

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    • n.
      a long limbless reptile which has no eyelids, a short tail, and jaws that are capable of considerable extension. Some snakes have a venomous bite.;(in general use) a limbless lizard or amphibian.
    • v.
      move or extend with the twisting motion of a snake
    • noun: snake, plural noun: snakes

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long limbless reptile which has no eyelids, a short tail, and jaws that are capable of considerable extension. Some snakes have a venomous bite.
    • 2. (in general use) a limbless lizard or amphibian.
    • 3. a treacherous or deceitful person:

      that man is a cold-blooded snake

    • 4. a former system of interconnected exchange rates for the currencies of EC countries:

      the snake did not have any provision for strong currency nations to help the weak

    • 5. a long flexible wire for clearing obstacles in piping.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move or extend with the twisting motion of a snake:

      a rope snaked down

    • n. a pit containing poisonous snakes.

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    • n. a substance with no real medicinal value sold as a remedy for all diseases.

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    • n. a substance with no real medicinal value sold as a remedy for all diseases:

    • some kelp products are snake oil, but the good ones promote plant growth

      a snake oil salesman

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    • n. a common, harmless North American snake that typically has well-defined longitudinal stripes and favors damp habitats. It is occasionally kept as a pet.

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    • n.
      a dance in which the performers handle live snakes, imitate the motions of snakes, or form a line that moves in a zigzag fashion, in particular a ritual dance of the Hopi Indians involving the handling of live rattlesnakes.
    • v.
      perform a snake dance:
    • he had them join hands and snake-dance in a long line around the lot

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    • n. a common, harmless North American snake that typically has well-defined longitudinal stripes and favours damp habitats.

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    • n. a large harmless yellowish-cream snake with darker markings, native to western North America.

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    • n. a pit containing poisonous snakes.

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    • n.
      a long limbless reptile which has no eyelids, a short tail, and jaws that are capable of considerable extension. Some snakes have a venomous bite.
    • v.
      move or extend with the twisting motion of a snake:
    • a rope snaked down

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