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US [fɒks]
UK [fɒks]
  • n.福克斯;老狐狸;【动】狐狸;狐毛皮
  • v.使困惑;使难理解;欺骗
  • Web福斯;福克斯电视台;福克斯广播公司
Plural Form:foxes  Present Participle:foxing  Past Tense:foxed  
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n.
1.
[c]
狐;狐狸a wild animal of the dog family, with reddish-brown fur, a pointed face and a thick heavy tail
2.
[u]
狐皮the skin and fur of the fox , used to make coats, etc.
3.
[c]
狡猾的人;老狐狸;老滑头a person who is clever and able to get what they want by influencing or tricking other people
He's a wily old fox.
他是个诡计多端的老狐狸。
4.
[c]
(informal)
靓女an attractive young woman
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sb
使猜不透;把…难住;使上当;使迷惑to be too difficult for sb to understand or solve; to trick or confuse sb
The last question foxed even our panel of experts.
最后这个问题甚至把我们的专家小组都难倒了。

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