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wad

US [wɑd]
UK [wɒd]
  • n.填料;捆;用以填塞(或填衬等)的软材料;填絮
  • v.将…揉成团;使成沓;使成卷;衬垫
  • Web锰土;小块;软填料
Past Tense:wadded  
wad
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n.
1.
(纸张、钞票等的)卷,沓,捆a thick pile of pieces of paper, paper money, etc. folded or rolled together
He pulled a thick wad of £10 notes out of his pocket.
他从衣袋里掏出厚厚的一沓面额 10 英镑的钞票。
They had a wad/wads of money(= a large amount) .
他们有大把大把的钱。
2.
用以填塞(或填衬等)的软材料;填料;填絮;衬料a mass of soft material, used for blocking sth or keeping sth in place
The nurse used a wad of cotton wool to stop the bleeding.
护士用了一团脱脂棉止血。
v.
1.
~ sth (up)
将…揉成团;使成沓;使成卷to fold or press sth into a tight wad
2.
~ sth
(用柔软的材料)填塞,填充,衬垫to fill sth with soft material for warmth or protection

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