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accost

US [əˈkɔst]
UK [əˈkɒst]
  • v.(贸然)上前搭讪;(唐突地)走近谈话
  • Web搭话;向人搭话;招呼
Simple Present:accosts  Present Participle:accosting  Past Tense:accosted  
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v.
1.
~ sb
(贸然)上前搭讪;(唐突地)走近谈话to go up to sb and speak to them, especially in a way that is rude or threatening
She was accosted in the street by a complete stranger.
在街上,一个完全陌生的人贸然走到她跟前搭讪。

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