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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n. 小刺; 刺痛; v. 刺伤; 戳穿
  • [英] n. 小刺 ( sth. pointed) ; 刺痛 ( sharp feeling of remorse, regret, or sorrow) ; v. 刺伤 ( to prick something) ; 戳穿 ( to pierce with a sharp point)

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kI. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English prikke, from Old English prica; akin to Middle Dutch pric prick
  • Date: before 12th century
  • 1. a mark or shallow hole made by a pointed instrument
  • 2.
    • a. a pointed instrument or weapon
    • b. a sharp projecting organ or part
  • 3. an instance of pricking or the sensation of being pricked: as
    • a. a nagging or sharp feeling of remorse, regret, or sorrow
    • b. a slight sharply localized discomfort <the prick of a needle>
  • 4. usually vulgar penis
  • 5. usually vulgar a spiteful or contemptible man often having some authority

II. verb

  • Date: before 12th century
  • transitive verb
    • 1. to pierce slightly with a sharp point
    • 2. to affect with anguish, grief, or remorse <doubt began to prick him — Philip Hale>
    • 3. to ride, guide, or urge on with or as if with spurs ; goad
    • 4. to mark, distinguish, or note by means of a small mark
    • 5. to trace or outline with punctures
    • 6. to remove (a young seedling) from the seedbed to another suitable for further growth — usually used with out
    • 7. to cause to be or stand erect <a dog pricking its ears>
  • intransitive verb
    • 1.
      • a. to prick something or cause a pricking sensation
      • b. to feel discomfort as if from being pricked
    • 2.
      • a. to urge a horse with the spur
      • b. to ride fast
    • 3. thrust
    • 4. to become directed upward ; point

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