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  1. squinch

    • IPA[skwɪn(t)ʃ]

    英式

    • v.
      tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face);(of a person's eyes) narrow so as to be almost closed, typically in reaction to strong light
    • verb: squinch, 3rd person present: squinches, gerund or present participle: squinching, past tense: squinched, past participle: squinched

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face) Gina squinched her face up
    • (of a person's eyes) narrow so as to be almost closed, typically in reaction to strong light he flicked on the inside light, which made my eyes squinch up
    • 2. crouch down in order to make oneself seem smaller or to occupy less space I squinched down under the sheet