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boggle

US [ˈbɑɡ(ə)l]
UK [ˈbɒɡ(ə)l]
  • n.搪塞;同“bogle”;犹豫;退缩
  • v.(因吃惊而)不知所措
  • Web畏缩不前;踌躇;由于胆怯而犹豫
Simple Present:boggles  Present Participle:boggling  Past Tense:boggled  
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v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
~ (at sth)
(因吃惊而)不知所措,犹豫不决to be slow to do or accept sth because you are surprised or shocked by it
Even I boggle at the idea of spending so much money.
一想到要花这么多钱,连我都有点犹豫。
IDM
The vastness of space really boggles the mind.
太空之辽阔的确使人难以想象。
‘He says he's married to his cats!’ ‘The mind boggles!’
“他说他和他的那些猫结婚了!”“难以置信!”
sth boggles the mind
(informal)
使人无法想象;使人难以接受if sthboggles the mind orthe mind boggles at it, it is so unusual that people find it hard to imagine or accept
The vastness of space really boggles the mind.
太空之辽阔的确使人难以想象。
‘He says he's married to his cats!’ ‘The mind boggles!’
“他说他和他的那些猫结婚了!”“难以置信!”

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