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wallow

US [ˈwɑloʊ]
UK [ˈwɒləʊ]
  • v.放纵;沉湎;(为保持凉爽或嬉戏在烂泥、水里)打滚
  • n.(在烂泥或水里的)打滚嬉戏
  • Web沉迷;在泥水中打滚;沉溺,沉溺于
Simple Present:wallows  Present Participle:wallowing  Past Tense:wallowed  
wallow
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (in sth)
(为保持凉爽或嬉戏在烂泥、水里)打滚,翻滚to lie and roll about in water or mud, to keep cool or for pleasure
hippos wallowing in the river
在河里打滚的河马
He loves to wallow in a hot bath after a game.
他在比赛后喜欢泡个热水澡。
2.
[i]
~ in sth
沉湎;放纵to enjoy sth that causes you pleasure
She wallowed in the luxury of the hotel.
她沉湎于旅馆豪华奢侈的享乐之中。
to wallow in despair/self-pity(= to think about your unhappy feelings all the time and seem to be enjoying them)
陷入绝望;顾影自怜
n.
1.
[sing]
(在烂泥或水里的)打滚嬉戏,翻滚an act of wallowing
pigs having a wallow in the mud
在烂泥中打滚的猪

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