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jerk

US [dʒɜrk]
UK [dʒɜː(r)k]
  • v.猛拉;使(某人或某物)猛的一动
  • n.突然而剧烈的动作
  • adj.卤的
  • Web混蛋;冲击;急拉
Simple Present:jerks  Present Participle:jerking  Past Tense:jerked  
Jerk
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v.
1.
[t][i]
急拉;猛推;猝然一动to move or to make sth move with a sudden short sharp movement
He jerked the phone away from her.
他猛然一下从她那儿把电话抢走。
She jerked her head up.
她猛然抬起头来。
The bus jerked to a halt.
那辆公共汽车猛地一颠停下了。
He grabbed a handful of hair and jerked at it.
他抓住一把头发猛拉。
She got to the door and jerked it open.
她走到门口,猛然一把将门拉开。
n.
1.
[c]
急拉;猛推;猝然一动a sudden quick sharp movement
She sat up with a jerk .
她猛地坐了起来。
2.
[c]
(informal)
蠢人;傻瓜;笨蛋a stupid person who often says or does the wrong thing
3.
[u]
腌制后放在木火上烤的肉meat that is marinated(= left in a mixture of oil and spices before being cooked) to give it a strong flavour and then cooked over a wood fire
jerk chicken
烤鸡

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