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lumber

US [ˈlʌmbər]
UK [ˈlʌmbə(r)]
  • v.缓慢吃力地移动;笨拙地行进;迫使担负(职责等)
  • n.废旧家具;不用的大件物品
  • Web木材;木料;制材
Simple Present:lumbers  Present Participle:lumbering  Past Tense:lumbered  
lumber
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n.
1.
废旧家具;不用的大件物品pieces of furniture, and other large objects that you do not use any more
a lumber room(= for storing lumber in)
杂物贮藏室
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
缓慢吃力地移动;笨拙地行进to move in a slow, heavy and awkward way
A family of elephants lumbered by.
一群大象迈着缓慢而沉重的步子从旁边经过。
2.
[t][usupass]
(informal)
~ sb (with sb/sth)
迫使担负(职责等)to give sb a responsibility, etc., that they do not want and that they cannot get rid of
When our parents went out, my sister got lumbered with me for the evening.
父母外出时,晚上姐姐就得照管我。

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