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clump

US [klʌmp]
UK [klʌmp]
  • n.簇;组;(草的)堆;(毛发的)缕
  • v.以沉重的脚步行走;聚集;被聚集成群
  • Web丛;块;丛生
Plural Form:clumps  Present Participle:clumping  Past Tense:clumped  
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n.
1.
(尤指树或植物的)丛,簇,束,串;(人的)群,组;(草的)堆;(毛发的)缕a small group of things or people very close together, especially trees or plants; a bunch of sth such as grass or hair
a clump of trees/bushes
树丛;灌木丛
2.
沉重的脚步声the sound made by sb putting their feet down very heavily
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
以沉重的脚步行走to put your feet down noisily and heavily as you walk
The children clumped down the stairs.
孩子们脚步嗵嗵地走下了楼梯。
2.
[i][t]
~ (together).~ A and B (together)
聚集;被聚集成群to come together or be brought together to form a tight group
Galaxies tend to clump together in clusters.
星系往往聚集形成星团。

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