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purse

US [pɜrs]
UK [pɜː(r)s]
  • n.钱包;资金;财源;备用款
  • v.噘嘴
  • Web手提包;皮包;钱袋
Plural Form:purses  Present Participle:pursing  Past Tense:pursed  
purse
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n.
1.
[c]
钱包,皮夹子(尤指女用的)a small bag made of leather, plastic, etc. for carrying coins and often also paper money, cards, etc., used especially by women
I took a coin out of my purse and gave it to the child.
我从钱包取出一枚硬币给那个小孩。
2.
[c]
资金;财源;备用款the amount of money that is available to a person, an organization or a government to spend
We have holidays to suit every purse.
我们有适合不同消费计划的度假安排。
Should spending on the arts be met out of the public purse(= from government money) ?
花在艺术活动的开支应该由政府支付吗?
3.
[c]
(拳击赛的)奖金a sum of money given as a prize in a boxing match
v.
1.
~ your lips
噘嘴,嘬起嘴唇(以表示反对等)to form your lips into a small tight round shape, for example to show disapproval

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