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hunch

US [hʌntʃ]
UK [hʌntʃ]
  • n.预感;直觉
  • v.弓身;弓背;耸肩
  • Web隆起;肉峰;大块
Plural Form:hunches  Present Participle:hunching  Past Tense:hunched  
hunch
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弓身;弓背;耸肩to bend the top part of your body forward and raise your shoulders and back
She leaned forward, hunching over the desk.
她身体前倾,伏在写字台上。
He hunched his shoulders and thrust his hands deep into his pockets.
他耸着肩,双手深深地插进衣袋。
n.
1.
预感;直觉a feeling that sth is true even though you do not have any evidence to prove it
It seemed that the doctor's hunch had been right.
看起来医生的直觉是对的。
I had a hunch (that) you'd be back.
我有预感你会回来。
to follow/back your hunches
凭直觉做事

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