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  1. sprawl

    • IPA[sprôl]

    美式

    • v.
      sit, lie, or fall with one's arms and legs spread out in an ungainly or awkward way;spread out over a large area in an untidy or irregular way
    • n.
      an ungainly or carelessly relaxed position in which one's arms and legs are spread out;a group or mass of something that has spread out in an untidy or irregular way
    • verb: sprawl, 3rd person present: sprawls, gerund or present participle: sprawling, past tense: sprawled, past participle: sprawled

    • noun: sprawl, plural noun: sprawls

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    • 1. an ungainly or carelessly relaxed position in which one's arms and legs are spread out she fell into a sort of luxurious sprawl
    • a group or mass of something that has spread out in an untidy or irregular way a sprawl of buildings
    • the expansion of an urban or industrial area into the adjoining countryside in a way perceived to be disorganized and unattractive the growth of urban sprawl
    • n.
      the uncontrolled expansion of urban areas.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[sprɔːl]

    英式

    • v.
      sit, lie, or fall with one's arms and legs spread out in an ungainly way: the door shot open, sending him sprawling across the pavement she lay sprawled on the bed
    • n.
      an ungainly or carelessly relaxed position in which one's arms and legs are spread out: she fell into a sort of luxurious sprawl

    Oxford Dictionary

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