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wolf

US [wʊlf]
UK [wʊlf]
  • n.
  • v.大口地快吃;狼吞虎咽
  • Web沃尔夫;狼牌;狼人
Plural Form:wolves  Simple Present:wolfs  Present Participle:wolfing  Past Tense:wolfed  
Wolf
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n.
1.
a large wild animal of the dog family, that lives and hunts in groups
a pack of wolves
一群狼
IDM
keep the wolf from the door
(informal)
勉强度日;糊口to have enough money to avoid going hungry; to stop sb feeling hungry
throw sb to the wolves
弃…于险境而不顾;见死不救to leave sb to be roughly treated or criticized without trying to help or defend them
a wolf in sheeps clothing
披着羊皮的狼a person who seems to be friendly or harmless but is really an enemy
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sth (down)
大口地快吃;狼吞虎咽to eat food very quickly, especially by putting a lot of it in your mouth at once

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