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  1. swallow

    • IPA[ˈswɒləʊ]



    • vt.
    • vi.
      嚥下去; 做吞嚥動作
    • n.
      吞嚥; 一次吞嚥量
    • 過去式:swallowed 過去分詞:swallowed 現在分詞:swallowing

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 片語


    • 1. 吞下 to swallow sth. whole 囫圇吞下某物
    • 2. 吞沒 to be swallowed by the darkness/shadows/flames 被黑暗/陰影/火苗吞沒
    • 3. 耗盡
    • 4. 相信 to be hard to swallow 難以相信 he told her a pack of lies, but she swallowed it whole 他對她說了一大堆謊話,可是她全都信以為真
    • 5. 不流露; 抑制
    • 6. 忍受 her sarcasm was a bit hard to swallow 她的諷刺讓人有點難受


    • 1. 嚥下去; 做吞嚥動作 I've got a really sore throat, and it hurts to swallow 我的喉嚨非常疼,一吞嚥食物就疼 she swallowed hard and told him the bad news 她硬下心把壞消息告訴了他


    • 1. 吞嚥; 一次吞嚥量 in one swallow 一口吞下 a swallow of beer 一大口啤酒


    1. cause or allow (something, especially food or drink) to pass down the throat

    2. put up with or meekly accept (something unwelcome)

    3. believe unquestioningly (a lie or unlikely assertion)

    4. resist expressing (a feeling) or uttering (words)

  2. 知識+

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