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sulk

US [sʌlk]
UK [sʌlk]
  • n.愠怒;生闷气
  • v.面有愠色;生闷气
  • Web生气;不高兴;愠怒的人
Plural Form:sulks  Present Participle:sulking  Past Tense:sulked  
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v.
1.
[i]
面有愠色;生闷气to look angry and refuse to speak or smile because you want people to know that you are upset about sth
He went off to sulk in his room.
他回到自己的房间,生起闷气来。
n.
1.
愠怒;生闷气a period of not speaking and being bad-tempered because you are angry about sth
Jo was in a sulk upstairs.
乔在楼上生闷气。
to have the sulks
满脸不高兴

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