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gouge

US [ɡaʊdʒ]
UK [ɡaʊdʒ]
  • v.凿;敲(某人)的竹杠;诈骗钱财;漫天要价
  • n.凿子;凿成的槽(或孔、洞)
  • Web凿槽;圆凿;凿击
Plural Form:gouges  Present Participle:gouging  Past Tense:gouged  
gouge
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v.
1.
~ sth (in sth)
to make a hole or cut in sth with a sharp object in a rough or violent way
The lion's claws had gouged a wound in the horse's side.
狮爪在马身一侧抓了一道深口。
He had gouged her cheek with a screwdriver.
他用螺丝起子戳她的脸颊。
2.
~ sb/sth
敲(某人)的竹杠;诈骗钱财;漫天要价to force sb to pay an unfairly high price for sth; to raise prices unfairly
Price gouging is widespread.
漫天要价的情况普遍存在。
n.
1.
凿子a sharp tool for making hollow areas in wood
2.
凿成的槽(或孔、洞)a deep, narrow hole or cut in a surface

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