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  1. wild

    • IPA[wʌɪld]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of an animal or plant) living or growing in the natural environment; not domesticated or cultivated;produced from wild animals or plants without cultivation
    • n.
      a natural state or uncultivated or uninhabited region;a remote uninhabited or sparsely inhabited area
    • v.
      treat (a person or animal) harshly, so that they become untrusting or nervous
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of an animal or plant) living or growing in the natural environment; not domesticated or cultivated:

      a herd of wild goats

      wild strawberries

    • 2. produced from wild animals or plants without cultivation:

      wild honey

    • 3. (of a place or region) uninhabited, uncultivated, or inhospitable:

      an expanse of wild moorland

      the wild coastline of Cape Wrath

    • 4. (of sea or the weather) rough and stormy:

      a wild, bitterly cold night

    • 5. (of people) not civilized; primitive:

      the wild tribes from the north

    • 6. (of a look, appearance, etc.) indicating distraction or strong emotion:

      her wild eyes were darting back and forth

    • 7. lacking discipline or restraint:

      wild parties were never her scene

    • 8. very enthusiastic or excited:

      I'm not wild about the music

    • 9. very angry.
    • 10. not based on sound reasoning or probability:

      a wild guess

      wild rumours were circulating

    • 11. (of a playing card) deemed to have any value, suit, colour, or other property in a game at the discretion of the player holding it.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a natural state or uncultivated or uninhabited region:

      kiwis are virtually extinct in the wild

    • 2. a remote uninhabited or sparsely inhabited area:

      he spent a year in the wilds of Canada

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. treat (a person or animal) harshly, so that they become untrusting or nervous:

      let your pigeon fly for a while: we don't want to wild him

    • v. cause to lose one's way; lead or drive astray:

    • unknowne Lands, where we have wildered ourselves

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    • v. cause to lose one's way; lead or drive astray:

    • unknowne Lands, where we have wildered ourselves

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    • n. a playing card that can have any value, suit, color, or other property in a game at the discretion of the player holding it.

    • unknowne Lands, where we have wildered ourselves

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    • n. a playing card that can have any value, suit, colour, or other property in a game at the discretion of the player holding it.

    • unknowne Lands, where we have wildered ourselves

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    • n.
      a pitch which is not hit by the batter and cannot be stopped by the catcher, enabling a base runner to advance.
    • unknowne Lands, where we have wildered ourselves
    • v.
      enable (a base runner) to advance by making a wild pitch:
    • Reed was wild-pitched to second

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    • n. a man with a fierce or wildly unruly nature:

    • he may be somewhat of a wild man, but he's also extremely meticulous

      the wild man of rock

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    • n. a man with a fierce or wildly unruly nature:

    • he may be somewhat of a wild man, but he's also extremely meticulous

      the wild man of rock

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    • n. a tall aquatic North American grass related to rice, with edible grains.

    • he may be somewhat of a wild man, but he's also extremely meticulous

      the wild man of rock

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    • IPA[wīld]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an animal or plant) living or growing in the natural environment; not domesticated or cultivated:
    • a herd of wild goats

      wild strawberries

    • n.
      a natural state or uncultivated or uninhabited region:
    • kiwis are virtually extinct in the wild
    • v.
      treat (a person or animal) harshly, so that they become untrusting or nervous:
    • let your pigeon fly for a while: we don't want to wild him

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