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clown

US [klaʊn]
UK [klaʊn]
  • n.小丑;丑角;蠢货;笨蛋
  • v.(尤指为逗人笑而故意)做出蠢相
  • Web郑国锋;扮小丑;小丑鱼
Plural Form:clowns  Present Participle:clowning  Past Tense:clowned  
clown
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n.
1.
丑角;小丑an entertainer who wears funny clothes and a large red nose and does silly things to make people laugh
Robert was always the class clown(= he did silly things to make the other students laugh) .
那时候罗伯特总是班里的活宝。
2.
蠢货;笨蛋a person that you disapprove of because they act in a stupid way
What do those clowns in the government think they are doing?
政府里的那些蠢货自以为他们在做什么呢?
v.
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~ (around)
(尤指为逗人笑而故意)做出蠢相to behave in a silly way, especially in order to make other people laugh

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