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moon

US [mun]
UK [muːn]
  • n.月亮;月球;卫星
  • v.闲逛;发呆;〈俚〉光屁股示人
  • Web月光;明月;月状物
Plural Form:moons  Present Participle:mooning  Past Participle:mooned  
moon
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n.
1.
[sing]
月球the round object that moves around the earth once every 27½ days and shines at night by light reflected from the sun
the surface of the moon
月球表面
a moon landing
月球登陆
2.
[sing]
月亮;月相the moon as it appears in the sky at a particular time
a crescent moon
新月
There's no moon tonight(= no moon can be seen) .
今晚看不见月亮。
By the light of the moon I could just make out shapes and outlines.
月光下,我只能分辨出形状和轮廓。
3.
[c]
卫星a natural satellite that moves around a planet other than the earth
How many moons does Jupiter have?
木星有多少颗卫星?
IDM
ask, cry, etc. for the moon
(informal)
想做办不到的事情;想要得不到的东西to ask for sth that is difficult or impossible to get or achieve
many moons ago
很久以前a very long time ago
over the moon
(informal)
欣喜若狂extremely happy and excited
v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
以屁股示人(在公共场所进行的恶作剧或侮辱)to show your bottom to people in a public place as a joke or an insult

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