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  1. tease

    • IPA[tiːz]

    英式

    • v.
      make fun of or attempt to provoke (a person or animal) in a playful way;tempt (someone) sexually with no intention of satisfying the desire aroused
    • n.
      a person who makes fun of someone playfully or unkindly;a person who tempts someone sexually with no intention of satisfying the desire aroused
    • verb: tease, 3rd person present: teases, gerund or present participle: teasing, past tense: teased, past participle: teased

    • noun: tease, plural noun: teases

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. make fun of or attempt to provoke (a person or animal) in a playful way I used to tease her about being so house-proud she was just teasing
    • tempt (someone) sexually with no intention of satisfying the desire aroused she had thrown herself at him and teased him
    • 2. gently pull or comb (tangled wool, hair, etc.) into separate strands she was teasing out the curls into her usual hairstyle tease the roots apart and replant at once
    • North American backcomb (hair) in order to make it appear fuller her hair is teased into spikes her teased bottle-blonde hair
    • archaic comb (the surface of woven cloth) to raise a nap.

    名詞

    • 1. informal a person who makes fun of someone playfully or unkindly some think of him as a tease who likes to keep others guessing
    • a person who tempts someone sexually with no intention of satisfying the desire aroused she was a tease—she would lead a man on, then turn cold
    • 2. an act of teasing someone she couldn't resist a gentle tease
    • ph.
      find something out from a mass of irrelevant information

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      find something out from a mass of irrelevant information

    Oxford American Dictionary

    片語

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    • IPA[tēz]

    美式

    • v.
      make fun of or attempt to provoke (a person or animal) in a playful way: she was just teasing Brenda teased her father about the powerboat that he bought but seldom used

    Oxford American Dictionary