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stoop

US [stup]
UK [stuːp]
  • v.弯腰;俯身;(站立或行走时)弓背
  • n.门廊;驼背;曲背
  • Web弯身;屈服;屈从
Simple Present:stoops  Present Participle:stooping  Past Tense:stooped  
stoop
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (down)
俯身;弯腰to bend your body forwards and downwards
She stooped down to pick up the child.
她俯身抱起孩子。
The doorway was so low that he had to stoop.
门廊很矮,他低下头才过去。
2.
[i]
(站立或行走时)弓背to stand or walk with your head and shoulders bent forwards
He tends to stoop because he's so tall.
他个子太高了,所以时常弓着背。
IDM
She was unwilling to believe anyone would stoop so low as to steal a ring from a dead woman's finger.
她无法相信真有人会龌龊到这种地步,竟然从一个死去的女人手指上偷戒指。
stoop so low (as to do sth)
卑鄙(或堕落)到…地步to drop your moral standards far enough to do sth bad or unpleasant
She was unwilling to believe anyone would stoop so low as to steal a ring from a dead woman's finger.
她无法相信真有人会龌龊到这种地步,竟然从一个死去的女人手指上偷戒指。
n.
1.
[sing]
曲背;驼背if sb has astoop , their shoulders are always bent forward
2.
[c]
门廊a raised area outside the door of a house with steps leading up to it

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