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doorstepping is doorstep's Present Participle

doorstep

US [ˈdɔrˌstep]
UK [ˈdɔː(r)ˌstep]
  • n.门阶;厚三明治或面包;门前的台阶;厚三明治或面包;门阶;厚三明治或面包
  • v.〈非正式〉(为推销,竞选,采访等)上门访问;〈非正式〉(为推销,竞选,采访等)上门访问
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Plural Form:doorsteps  Present Participle:doorstepping  Past Tense:doorstepped  
doorstepping
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n.
1.
门阶a step outside a door of a building, or the area that is very close to the door
The police turned up on their doorstep at 3 o'clock this morning.
今天凌晨 3 点,警察出现在他们的住所门前。
2.
(informal)
(常用以做三明治的)厚面包片a thick piece of bread, usually one that is made into a sandwich
IDM
The nightlife is great with bars and clubs right on the doorstep.
有这些酒吧和夜总会在家门口,夜生活真是棒极了。
on the/your doorstep
在某人的住所旁very close to where a person lives
The nightlife is great with bars and clubs right on the doorstep.
有这些酒吧和夜总会在家门口,夜生活真是棒极了。
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb)
(记者)登门采访,蹲守when a journalistdoorsteps sb, he or she goes to the person's house to try to speak to them, even if they do not want to say anything