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pulp

US [pʌlp]
UK [pʌlp]
  • n.纸浆;髓;浆状物
  • adj.粗制滥造的;庸俗刺激的
  • v.将…捣成浆
  • Web果肉;牙髓;矿浆
Simple Present:pulps  Present Participle:pulping  Past Tense:pulped  
Pulp
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n.
1.
[sing][u]
浆状物a soft wet substance that is made especially by crushing sth
Cook the fruit gently until it forms a pulp.
用文火把水果煮烂。
His face had been beaten to a pulp(= very badly beaten) .
他的脸被打得稀巴烂。
2.
[u]
纸浆a soft substance that is made by crushing wood, cloth or other material and then used to make paper
paper/wood pulp
纸浆;木浆
3.
[u]
(瓜果等的)肉质部分,髓the soft part inside some fruit and vegetables
v.
1.
~ sth
将…捣成浆to crush or beat sth so that it becomes soft and wet
Unsold copies of the novel had to be pulped.
没卖出去的小说只好化成纸浆。
pulped fruit
果泥
adj.
1.
[obn]
粗制滥造的;庸俗刺激的badly written and often intended to shock people
pulp fiction
粗制滥造的小说

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