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squat

US [skwɑt]
UK [skwɒt]
  • adj.矮而宽的;矮胖的
  • n.偷住的房子;蹲坐
  • v.蹲坐;偷住
  • Web深蹲;蹲下;蹲举
Past Tense:squatted  Present Participle:squatting  Simple Present:squats  Comparative Degree:squatter  Superlative:squattest  
squat
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (down)
蹲坐;蹲to sit on your heels with your knees bent up close to your body
2.
[i][t]
~ (sth)
偷住,擅自占用(房子或地方)to live in a building or on land which is not yours, without the owner's permission
They ended up squatting in the empty houses on Oxford Road.
他们落得在牛津路偷住空房的境地。
n.
1.
偷住的房子a building that people are living in without permission and without paying rent
to live in a squat
擅自住在他人空着的房子里
2.
蹲坐;蹲a squatting position of the body
adj.
1.
矮而宽的;矮胖的short and wide or fat, in a way that is not attractive
a squat tower
矮而粗的塔
a squat muscular man with a shaven head
剃光头的矮壮男人

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