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grass

US [ɡræs]
UK [ɡrɑːs]
  • n.草;草地;牧草;青草
  • v.(向警方)告密
  • Web格拉斯;草场;小草
Plural Form:grasses  
grass
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n.
1.
[u]
草;青草;牧草a common wild plant with narrow green leaves and stems that are eaten by cows, horses, sheep, etc.
a blade of grass
一片草叶
The dry grass caught fire.
干草着火了。
2.
[c]
禾本科植物any type of grass
ornamental grasses
观赏性草
3.
[sing][u]
草地;草坪;草场;牧场an area of ground covered with grass
to cut/mow the grass
割草
Don't walk on the grass .
勿践踏草地。
Keep off the grass.(= on a sign)
请勿践踏草地。
4.
[u]
大麻marijuana
5.
[c]
(informal)
向警方告密的人(通常指罪犯)a person, usually a criminal, who tells the police about sb's criminal activities and plans
IDM
the grass is (always) greener on the other side (of the fence)
草是那边绿;这山望着那山高said about people who never seem happy with what they have and always think that other people have a better situation than they have
not let the grass grow under your feet
(做事)不拖拉,不磨洋工to not delay in getting things done
put sb out to grass
(informal)
迫使(年老者)退休;让某人离职to force sb to stop doing their job, especially because they are old
v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
~ (on sb)
(向警方)告密,告发to tell the police about sb's criminal activities

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