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blush

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UK [blʌʃ]
  • v.(因尴尬或害羞)脸红;(因某事)羞愧
  • n.(因难堪、羞愧)面部泛起的红晕
  • Web腮红;害臊;胭脂
Simple Present:blushes  Present Participle:blushing  Past Tense:blushed  
Blush
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v.
1.
[i]
(因尴尬或害羞)脸红,涨红了脸to become red in the face because you are embarrassed or ashamed
to blush with embarrassment/shame
尴尬╱羞愧得面颊绯红
She blushed furiously at the memory of the conversation.
她一想起那次谈话就气得满脸通红。
He blushed scarlet at the thought.
他想起那事便面红耳赤。
2.
[t]
~ to do sth
(因某事)羞愧,尴尬to be ashamed or embarrassed about sth
I blush to admit it, but I quite like her music.
不好意思,但我得承认我很喜欢她的音乐。
n.
1.
[c]
(因难堪、羞愧)面部泛起的红晕the red colour that spreads over your face when you are embarrassed or ashamed
She felt a warm blush rise to her cheeks.
她感到双颊热辣辣的。
He turned away to hide his blushes.
他转过身去,不让人看见他脸红。

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