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  1. squat

    • IPA[skwɒt]

    英式

    • v.
      crouch or sit with one's knees bent and one's heels close to or touching one's buttocks or the back of one's thighs;crouch down with one's knees bent and rise again while holding (a specified weight) across one's shoulders
    • adj.
      short and thickset; disproportionately broad or wide
    • n.
      a squatting position.;an exercise in which a person squats down and rises again while holding a barbell across one's shoulders.
    • verb: squat, 3rd person present: squats, gerund or present participle: squatting, past tense: squatted, past participle: squatted

    • noun: squat, plural noun: squats

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    動詞

    • 1. crouch or sit with one's knees bent and one's heels close to or touching one's buttocks or the back of one's thighs I squatted down in front of him
    • crouch down with one's knees bent and rise again while holding (a specified weight) across one's shoulders he can squat 850 pounds
    • 2. unlawfully occupy an uninhabited building or settle on a piece of land eight families are squatting in the house
    • unlawfully occupy (an uninhabited building) Clare, Briony, and the others had squatted the old council house
    • Australian, New Zealand historical occupy a tract of Crown land in order to graze cattle or sheep many people moved further out and squatted on the land

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    名詞

    • 1. a squatting position.
    • an exercise in which a person squats down and rises again while holding a barbell across one's shoulders.
    • (in gymnastics) an exercise involving a squatting movement or action.
    • 2. a building occupied by people living in it without the legal right to do so a basement room in a North London squat
    • an unlawful occupation of an uninhabited building this squat cost the ratepayer £46,000
    • 3. North American informal short for diddly-squat
    • n.
      another term for diddly-squat

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pron.
      anything: she didn't care diddly-squat about what Darryl thought they don't know diddly about softball

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      another term for diddly-squat

    Oxford Dictionary

    • pron.
      anything: Hiram didn't care diddly-squat about what Darrel thought

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an exercise in which the legs are thrust backwards to their full extent from a squatting ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an exercise in which the legs are thrust backward to their full extent from a squatting ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[skwät]

    美式

    • v.
      crouch or sit with one's knees bent and one's heels close to or touching one's ... I squatted down in front of him
    • adj.
      short and thickset; disproportionately broad or wide: he was muscular and squat a squat gray house
    • n.
      a position in which one's knees are bent and one's heels are close to or touching ...

    Oxford American Dictionary