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sock

US [sɑk]
UK [sɒk]
  • n.短袜;重击
  • v.猛击;狠打
  • adv.对准
  • Web袜子;女骚客穿短袜;套接字
Simple Present:socks  Present Participle:socking  Past Tense:socked  
sock
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n.
1.
短袜a piece of clothing that is worn over the foot, ankle and lower part of the leg, especially inside a shoe
a pair of socks
一双短袜
2.
(informal)
(尤指用拳头)猛击,重击a strong blow, especially with the fist
He gave him a sock on the jaw.
他朝他的下巴猛击了一拳。
IDM
blow/knock sbs socks off
(informal)
使某人万分惊愕;给某人留下深刻印象to surprise or impress sb very much
put a sock in it
(informal)
(让某人安静)住嘴,别出声used to tell sb to stop talking or making a noise
v.
1.
(informal)
~ sb
猛击;狠打to hit sb hard
She got angry and socked him in the mouth.
她生气了,朝他嘴巴一拳挥过去。
The banks are socking customers with higher charges.
银行提高手续费,损害了客户的利益。
IDM
Go in there and sock it to 'em!
你进去,直截了当地告诉他们!
sock it to sb
(informal)
直截了当地做某事;强硬地对某人说某事to do sth or tell sb sth in a strong and effective way
Go in there and sock it to 'em!
你进去,直截了当地告诉他们!

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