- grass and the surface layer of earth held together by its roots；a piece of turf cut from the ground.
- force (someone) to leave somewhere；cover (a patch of ground) with turf
verb: turf, 3rd person present: turfs, gerund or present participle: turfing, past tense: turfed, past participle: turfed
noun: turf, plural noun: turfs
- 1. grass and the surface layer of earth held together by its roots they walked across the springy turf 同義詞
- ▪ a piece of turf cut from the ground.
- ▪ peat used for fuel the smell of turf burning on a winter night a turf fire
- 2. horse racing or racecourses generally he spent his money gambling on the turf 同義詞
- 3. informal an area or sphere of activity regarded as someone's personal territory he did not like poachers on his turf 同義詞
- 1. British informal force (someone) to leave somewhere they were turfed off the bus
- 2. cover (a patch of ground) with turf the plot of land has been turfed there is a turfed lawn area off the patio
left no turf unturned↓留下 沒有 草皮 沒被翻轉↓留下 沒有一塊沒被翻轉的草皮↓沒有留下 一塊沒被翻轉的草皮↓那一定被翻得很仔細厲害
turf → 草地：為移植而切成四方型的草地。長著草的土地 lawn → 草坪：由turf種植而成的。像賽馬場那腫 grass → 草坪。像公園或是庭院的那腫 sod → 為移植...
這句話如果加上一個that，就會清楚多了 something historically turf-concious THAT career civil servant say is a major achievement historically...