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sneeze

US [sniz]
UK [sniːz]
  • v.打喷嚏
  • n.喷嚏;喷嚏声
  • Web发喷嚏声;打喷涕;打喷嚔的
Plural Form:sneezes  Present Participle:sneezing  Past Tense:sneezed  
sneeze
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v.
1.
[i]
打喷嚏to have air come suddenly and noisily out through your nose and mouth in a way that you cannot control, for example because you have a cold
I've been sneezing all morning.
我一上午老是打喷嚏。
IDM
In those days, $20 was not a sum to be sneezed at.
那时候,20 元可不能不当回事。
not to be sneezed at
(informal)
值得认真对待;不可轻视good enough to be accepted or considered seriously
In those days, $20 was not a sum to be sneezed at.
那时候,20 元可不能不当回事。
n.
1.
喷嚏;喷嚏声the act of sneezing or the noise you make when you sneeze
coughs and sneezes
咳嗽和喷嚏
She gave a violent sneeze.
她打了个大喷嚏。

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