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shrug

US [ʃrʌɡ]
UK [ʃrʌɡ]
  • n.耸肩(表示不知道或不在乎);带袖短披肩
  • v.耸肩(表示不知道或不在乎)
  • Web你耸了耸肩;耸动;耸耸肩
Past Tense:shrugged  Present Participle:shrugging  Simple Present:shrugs  
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v.
1.
[i][t][nopass]
耸肩(表示不知道或不在乎)to raise your shoulders and then drop them to show that you do not know or care about sth
Sam shrugged and said nothing.
萨姆耸耸肩膀,什么也没说。
‘I don't know,’ Anna replied, shrugging her shoulders.
“我不知道。”安娜耸耸肩膀,应了一句。
n.
1.
[ususing]
耸肩(表示不知道或不在乎)an act of raising your shoulders and then dropping them to show that you do not know or care about sth
Andy gave a shrug. ‘It doesn't matter.’
安迪耸耸肩:“这没关系。”
2.
[c]
带袖短披肩a very short knitted piece of clothing that is open at the front and usually has sleeves made from the same piece as the back and front

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