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  1. stooge

    • IPA[sto͞oj]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who serves merely to support or assist others, particularly in doing unpleasant work;a performer whose act involves being the butt of a comedian's jokes
    • v.
      move around aimlessly; drift or cruise;perform a role that involves being the butt of a comedian's jokes
    • noun: stooge, plural noun: stooges

    • verb: stooge, 3rd person present: stooges, gerund or present participle: stooging, past tense: stooged, past participle: stooged

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    • 1. informal move around aimlessly; drift or cruise she stooged around in the bathroom for a while
    • 2. perform a role that involves being the butt of a comedian's jokes his accent became popular through his stooging for comedians
    • ph.
      a US comedy team, comprising various partners from the early 1930s to 1970. The most popular ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[stuːdʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      a subordinate used by another to do unpleasant routine work: party stooges put there to do a job on behalf of central office
    • v.
      move about aimlessly; drift or cruise: she stooged around in the bathroom for a while

    Oxford Dictionary

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