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pocket

US [ˈpɑkɪt]
UK [ˈpɒkɪt]
  • n.口袋;衣袋;兜;(附在车门上、提包内等的)小口袋
  • v.中饱私囊;把…放进衣袋;攫取;揩油
  • adj.小型的;金钱上的;秘密的
  • Web衣服口袋;袖珍的;挖槽
Plural Form:pockets  Present Participle:pocketing  Past Tense:pocketed  
Pocket
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n.
衣服in clothing
1.
衣袋;口袋;兜a small piece of material like a small bag sewn into or onto a piece of clothing so that you can carry things in it
a coat pocket
上衣口袋
I put the note in my pocket.
我把纸币装进了衣袋。
Turn out your pockets(= empty your pockets) .
把手从口袋里拿出来。
Take your hands out of your pockets!
不要把手插在口袋里!
a pocket dictionary(= one that is small enough to fit in your pocket)
袖珍词典
小容器small container
2.
(附在车门上、提包内等的)小口袋,小容器a small bag or container fastened to sth so that you can put things in it, for example, in a car door or in a bag
Information about safety procedures is in the pocket in front of you(= on a plane) .
安全求生的资料放在您前方的小袋子里。
money
3.
[ususing]
钱财;财力;资金used to talk about the amount of money that you have to spend
We have holidays to suit every pocket .
我们有适合各种程度消费的度假方式。
He had no intention of paying for the meal out of his own pocket .
他不想自己掏腰包付饭钱。
The Foundation is reputed to have very deep pockets(= to have a lot of money) .
据说这个基金会资金雄厚。
小团体╱范围small group/area
4.
(与周围不同的)小组织,小区域a small group or area that is different from its surroundings
There are still a few isolated pockets of resistance to the new regime.
现在仍有零星孤立的势力反对新政权。
a pocket of air
气井
台球等in billiards, etc.
5.
球袋;网袋any of the holes or nets around the edges of the table used in the games of billiards , pool or snooker , which you have to hit the ball into
IDM
be in sbs pocket
受某人的控制(或极大影响);在某人掌握之中to be controlled or strongly influenced by sb
be/live in each others pockets
过从甚密;形影不离if two people arein each other's pockets , they are too close to each other or spend too much time with each other
have sb in your pocket
驾驭,让…听使唤(尤指通过恐吓或贿赂)to have influence or power over sb, for example, a police officer or a politician, especially by threatening them or by offering them money
have sth in your pocket
胜利在握;稳操胜券to be certain to win sth
That one mistake left him thousands of pounds out of pocket.
那一次失误让他损失了数千英镑。
in/out of pocket
得到╱损失钱财having gained/lost money as a result of sth
That one mistake left him thousands of pounds out of pocket.
那一次失误让他损失了数千英镑。
v.
放入衣袋put into pocket
1.
~ sth
把…放进衣袋to put sth into your pocket
She paid for the drink and pocketed the change without counting it.
她付了饮料费,把找回的零钱数都没数就装进了口袋。
money
2.
~ sth
攫取;揩油;中饱私囊to take or keep sth, especially an amount of money, that does not belong to you
He regularly charges passengers more than the normal fare and pockets the difference.
他经常多收乘客票钱,把差额塞进自己的腰包。
3.
~ sth
挣;赚下to earn or win an amount of money
Last year, she pocketed over $1 million in advertising contracts.
去年,她从广告合同中赚了 100 多万元。
台球等in billiards, etc.
4.
~ sth
击(球)入球袋to hit a ball into a pocket n.

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