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cheek

US [tʃik]
UK [tʃiːk]
  • n.脸颊;面颊;有…面颊的;面颊…的
  • v.对…粗鲁无礼地说
  • Web脸蛋;腮红;腮帮子
Plural Form:cheeks  
cheek
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n.
1.
[c]
面颊;脸颊either side of the face below the eyes
chubby/rosy/pink cheeks
丰满的╱红润的╱粉红的脸颊
He kissed her on both cheeks.
他亲吻了她的双颊。
Couples were dancing cheek to cheek .
成双成对的舞伴在跳贴面舞。
2.
有…面颊的;面颊…的having the type of cheeks mentioned
chubby-cheeked/rosy-cheeked/hollow-cheeked
双颊丰满╱红润╱瘦削
3.
[c]
(informal)
半边屁股either of the buttocks
4.
[u][sing]
令人讨厌(或粗鲁、无礼)的话(或行为)talk or behaviour that people think is annoying, rude or lacking in respect
What a cheek!
真不要脸!
He had the cheek to ask his ex-girlfriend to babysit for them.
他竟厚着脸皮要他以前的女朋友为他们临时照看小孩。
I think they've got a cheek making you pay to park the car.
我想不到他们居然有脸要你付停车费。
IDM
cheek by jowl (with sb/sth)
(和…)紧靠着,紧挨着very close to sb/sth
turn the other cheek
(受到伤害或被激怒时)甘心容忍,不予回击to make a deliberate decision to remain calm and not to act in an aggressive way when sb has hurt you or made you angry
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sb
对…粗鲁无礼地说to speak to sb in a rude way that shows a lack of respect

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