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buck

US [bʌk]
UK [bʌk]
  • n.雄鹿;(一)美元;(一)澳元;(一)新西兰元
  • adv.〈方〉完全
  • v.尥起后蹄跳跃;弓背四蹄跳起;猛然震荡;猛烈颠簸
  • adj.雄的;〈美俚〉男的;〈美俚〉某一军衔等级中最低一级的
  • Web巴克;降压;降压型
Plural Form:bucks  Present Participle:bucking  Past Tense:bucked  
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n.
1.
[c]
(informal)
(一)美元;(一)澳元;(一)新西兰元;(一)南非兰特;(一)印度卢比a US, Australian or New Zealand dollar; a South African rand ; an Indian rupee
They cost ten bucks.
这些值十元钱。
We're talking big bucks(= a lot of money) here.
我们这当儿谈的可是大买卖。
2.
[c]
雄鹿;公兔a male deer , hare or rabbit (also called abuck rabbit )
3.
[c]
鹿(不论雌雄)a deer , whether male or female
a herd of buck
一群鹿
4.
[c]
(informal)
小伙子a young man
5.
[sing]
(用于某些表达方式)责任,过失used in some expressions to refer to the responsibility or blame for sth
It was my decision. The buck stops here(= nobody else can be blamed) .
那是我的决定,不要追究别人了。
I was tempted to pass the buck(= make sb else responsible) .
我很想把责任推给别人。
IDM
make a fast/quick buck
(informal)
轻易地赚钱to earn money quickly and easily
v.
1.
[i]
尥起后蹄跳跃;弓背四蹄跳起to jump with the two back feet or all four feet off the ground
2.
[i]
猛然震荡;猛烈颠簸to move up and down suddenly or in a way that is not controlled
The boat bucked and heaved beneath them.
小船在他们脚下猛烈颠簸着。
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sth
抵制;反抗to resist or oppose sth
One or two companies have managed to buck the trend of the recession.
有一两家公司顶住了经济滑坡的势头。
He admired her willingness to buck the system(= oppose authority or rules) .
他赞赏她反抗现存体制的主动性。
IDM
buck your ideas up
(informal)
振作起来to start behaving in a more acceptable way, so that work gets done better, etc.

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