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grunt

US [ɡrʌnt]
UK [ɡrʌnt]
  • v.咕哝;发出呼噜声;发出哼声;嘟哝
  • n.哼声;咕哝声;嘟哝声;(尤指猪的)呼噜声
  • Web兽人步兵;作呼噜声;咕哝着说出
Simple Present:grunts  Present Participle:grunting  Past Tense:grunted  
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v.
1.
[i]
发出呼噜声to make a short low sound in the throat
2.
[i][t]
发出哼声;咕哝;嘟哝to make a short low sound in your throat, especially to show that you are in pain, annoyed or not interested; to say sth using this sound
He pulled harder on the rope, grunting with the effort.
他边用力边哼声,使出更大的力气拉绳子。
When I told her what had happened she just grunted and turned back to her book.
我告诉她出了什么事,她只哼了一声就又看起书来了。
He grunted something about being late and rushed out.
他嘟哝着说要迟到了便匆匆跑了出去。
‘Thanks,’ he grunted.
“谢谢。”他咕哝着说。
n.
1.
哼声;咕哝声;嘟哝声;(尤指猪的)呼噜声a short, low sound made by a person or an animal (especially a pig)
to give a grunt of effort/pain
发出费力╱痛苦的哼声
2.
(informal)
工作乏味收入低的工人a worker who does boring tasks for low pay
3.
(informal)
步兵;士兵;大兵a soldier of low rank

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