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badger

US [ˈbædʒər]
UK [ˈbædʒə(r)]
  • v.不断督促;不断催促;纠缠
  • n.【动】獾
  • Web贝吉獾;美洲獾;獾皮毛
Plural Form:badgers  Present Participle:badgering  Past Tense:badgered  
badger
n.
1.
獾(挖洞居住,夜间活动)an animal with grey fur and wide black and white lines on its head. Badgers are nocturnal (= active mostly at night) and live in holes in the ground.
v.
1.
纠缠,烦扰(反复提出问题或要求)to put pressure on sb by repeatedly asking them questions or asking them to do sth
I finally badgered him into coming with us.
我终于磨着他和我们一起来了。
Reporters constantly badger her about her private life.
记者经常纠缠着打听她的私生活。
His daughter was always badgering him to let her join the club.
他女儿老缠着他让她加入俱乐部。