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  1. wolf

    • IPA[wʊlf]

    英式

    • n.
      a wild carnivorous mammal which is the largest member of the dog family, living and hunting in packs. It is native to both Eurasia and North America, but is much persecuted and has been widely exterminated.;used in names of mammals similar or related to the wolf, e.g. maned wolf, Tasmanian wolf.
    • v.
      devour (food) greedily
    • noun: wolf, plural noun: wolves

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    • n.
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    • 1. a wild carnivorous mammal which is the largest member of the dog family, living and hunting in packs. It is native to both Eurasia and North America, but is much persecuted and has been widely exterminated.
    • 2. used in names of mammals similar or related to the wolf, e.g. maned wolf, Tasmanian wolf.
    • 3. used figuratively to refer to a rapacious, ferocious, or voracious person or thing:

      he calls the media ravening wolves

    • 4. a man who habitually seduces women:

      he's the archetypal wolf in Armani threads

    • 5. a homosexual who habitually seduces men or adopts an active role with a partner.
    • 6. a harsh or out-of-tune effect produced when playing particular notes or intervals on a musical instrument, caused either by the instrument's construction or by divergence from equal temperament.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. devour (food) greedily:

      he wolfed down his breakfast

    • plural form of wolf

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    • plural form of wolf

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    • n. a very independent or solitary person:

    • he's a lone wolf; that's what made him a successful foreign correspondent

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    • n.
      a whistle with a rising and falling pitch, directed towards someone to express sexual attraction or admiration.
    • v.
      whistle to express admiration:
    • fans wolf-whistled her as she took off her jacket

      they wolf-whistled at me

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    • n.
      a whistle with a rising and falling pitch, directed toward someone to express sexual attraction or admiration.
    • v.
      whistle to express admiration:
    • fans wolf-whistled her as she took off her jacket

      they wolf-whistled at me

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    • n. a very independent or solitary person:

    • he's a lone wolf; that's what made him a successful foreign correspondent

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    • n. a fairly small wolf with a cinnamon or tawny-colored coat, native to the southeastern US but possibly extinct in the wild.

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    • n. a group of people or things that operate as a hunting and attacking pack, in particular a group of attacking submarines or aircraft:

    • a wolf pack of U-boats

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    • IPA[wo͝olf]

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    • n.
      a wild carnivorous mammal of the dog family, living and hunting in packs. It is native to both Eurasia and North America, but has been widely exterminated.
    • v.
      devour (food) greedily:
    • he wolfed down his breakfast

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  2. 知識+

    • EXO ─ wolf 中文拼音

      ... 扎 阿內崩 斯他衣肉 周肯 伯冷大力 及ㄍ一周捏 黑七我拉 個累 wolf 內嘎 wolf Auuu (阿 沙郎黑由) 南 呢day勾 農米牛...

    • 請問Cry wolf 典故故事英文版

      ...little company. He rushed down towards the village calling out "Wolf, Wolf," and the villagers came out to meet him...

    • keep the wolf from the door

      ...前門拒虎,後門進狼。”諺語裏的狼、虎自然都是比喻災害。英文成語keep the wolf from the door(拒狼門外)也是用了狼來做比喻,不過,這只狼只是一隻饑餓的...