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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n. 峡谷; v. 贪婪地吃
  • [英] n. 峡谷 ( a deep, narrow pass between steep heights) ; v. 贪婪地吃 ( to eat gluttonously)
  • [记] gorge 原意为""咽喉""之意

[编辑] Webster Collegiate

I. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin gurga, alteration of gurges, from Latin, whirlpool — more at voracious
  • Date: 14th century
  • 1. throat — often used with rise to indicate revulsion accompanied by a sensation of constriction<my gorge rises at the sight of blood>
  • 2.
  • 3. the entrance into an outwork (as a bastion) of a fort
  • 4. a narrow passage through land; especially a narrow steep-walled canyon or part of a canyon
  • 5. a primitive device used instead of a fishhook that consists of an object (as a piece of bone attached in the middle of a line) easy to swallow but difficult to eject
  • 6. a mass choking a passage <a river dammed by an ice gorge>
  • 7. the line on the front of a coat or jacket formed by the crease of the lapel and collar

II. verb (gorged; gorging)

  • Date: 14th century
  • intransitive verb
    • to eat greedily or to repletion; also to partake of something in large amounts <gorging on books>
  • intransitive verb
    • 1.
      • a. to stuff to capacity ; glut
      • b. to fill completely or to the point of distension <veins gorged with blood>
    • 2. to consume greedily
  • Synonyms: see satiate
  • ? gorger noun

III. noun

  • Date: 1854
  • the act or an instance of gorging

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【类】reticent:talk=abstemious:gorge沉默寡言不喜欢说话=节制的不喜欢贪食fiver:gorge=wind:dune 河流流过形成峡谷=风吹过形成沙丘"

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