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duck

US [dʌk]
UK [dʌk]
  • n.【动】鸭子;鸭肉;雌鸭;〈非正式〉亲爱的
  • v.一头钻进;低下;弯腰;躲闪
  • Web帆布;小鸭;躲避
Plural Form:ducks  Present Participle:ducking  Past Tense:ducked  
duck
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n.
— see also
lame duck
,
sitting duck
1.
[c]
a common bird that lives on or near water and has short legs, webbed feet (= feet with thin pieces of skin between the toes) and a wide beak. There are many types of duck , some of which are kept for their meat or eggs.
wild ducks
野鸭
duck eggs
鸭蛋
2.
[c]
母鸭a female duck
3.
[u]
鸭肉meat from a duck
roast duck with orange sauce
烤鸭蘸橘子酱
4.
[c][ususing]
(informal)
(表示友好的称呼)乖乖,宝贝儿a friendly way of addressing sb
Anything else, duck?
还有别的事吗,宝贝儿?
5.
[sing]
零分a batsman's score of zero
He was out for a duck.
他因得了零分而出局。
IDM
get/have (all) your ducks in a row
为某事做充分准备;把事情安排得井井有条to have made all the preparations needed to do sth; to be well organized
She has taken to teaching like a duck to water.
她教起书来驾轻就熟。
(take to sth) like a duck to water
像鸭子入水般容易,轻而易举,毫不困难,毫无畏惧(习惯于某事)(to become used to sth) very easily, without any problems or fears
She has taken to teaching like a duck to water.
她教起书来驾轻就熟。
v.
1.
[i][t]
低下头,弯下身(以免被打中或看见)to move your head or body downwards to avoid being hit or seen
He had to duck as he came through the door.
他穿过门口时得弯下身来。
We ducked down behind the wall so they wouldn't see us.
我们弓身躲在墙后不让他们看见。
He just managed to duck out of sight .
他总算躲开了别人的视线。
She ducked her head and got into the car.
她低着头进了汽车。
2.
[t]
~ sth
躲闪;躲避to avoid sth by moving your head or body out of the way
He ducked the first few blows then started to fight back.
他躲开最先几拳后便开始反击。
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
迅速行进,飞快行走(以免被看见)to move somewhere quickly, especially in order to avoid being seen
She ducked into the adjoining room as we came in.
我们进来时她转身躲进了隔壁房间。
4.
[i][t]
逃避,回避,推脱,推诿(职责或责任)to avoid a difficult or unpleasant duty or responsibility
It's his turn to cook dinner, but I bet he'll try to duck out of it.
轮到他做饭了,但我敢打赌他会想方设法逃避的。
The government is ducking the issue.
政府在回避这个问题。
5.
[t]
~ sb
把…按入水中to push sb underwater and hold them there for a short time
The kids were ducking each other in the pool.
孩子们在池塘里相互把对方按入水中。

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