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  1. stud

    • IPA[stəd]

    美式

    • n.
      a large-headed piece of metal that pierces and projects from a surface, especially for decoration.;an item of jewelry in the form of a piece of metal, precious stone, or other ornament attached to a pin or shaft that passes through a piercing in the body
    • v.
      decorate or augment (something) with many studs or similar small objects;strew or cover (something) with a scattering of small objects or features
    • noun: stud, plural noun: studs

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a large-headed piece of metal that pierces and projects from a surface, especially for decoration.
    • an item of jewelry in the form of a piece of metal, precious stone, or other ornament attached to a pin or shaft that passes through a piercing in the body she wore a pair of gold studs he had studs in his nose and lower lip
    • a fastener consisting of two buttons joined with a bar, used in formal wear to fasten a shirtfront or to fasten a collar to a shirt a collar stud
    • British a small projection fixed to the base of footwear, especially athletic shoes, to allow the wearer to grip the ground.
    • a small metal piece set into the tire of a motor vehicle to improve roadholding in slippery conditions.
    • 2. an upright support in the wall of a building to which sheathing, drywall, etc., are attached lath and plaster on timber studs
    • US the height of a room as indicated by the length of a timber wall stud.
    • 3. a rivet or crosspiece in each link of a chain cable.

    動詞

    • 1. decorate or augment (something) with many studs or similar small objects a dagger studded with precious diamonds
    • strew or cover (something) with a scattering of small objects or features the sky was clear and studded with stars