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  1. turf

    • IPA[tərf]

    美式

    • n.
      grass and the surface layer of earth held together by its roots;a piece of grass and the surface layer of earth underneath it, cut from the ground.
    • v.
      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

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    • 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
    • n.
      an acrimonious dispute between rival groups over territory or a particular sphere of influence: in New Jersey, a turf war between attorneys and brokers has simmered for more than twenty years

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a bookmaker.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an acrimonious dispute between rival groups over territory or a particular sphere of influence: in New Jersey, a turf war between attorneys and brokers has simmered for more than twenty years

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a dish containing both seafood and meat, typically shellfish and steak.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a dish containing both seafood and meat, typically shellfish and steak.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[təːf]

    英式

    • n.
      grass and the surface layer of earth held together by its roots: they walked across the springy turf
    • v.
      force (someone) to leave somewhere: they were turfed off the bus

    Oxford Dictionary