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graft

US [ɡræft]
UK [ɡrɑːft]
  • v.接枝;用嫁接法种植;【医】移植(皮、肉);〈美口〉贪污
  • n.嫁接;嫁接植物;嫁接法;〈英〉一铲可以挖起的土的深度
  • Web移植物;受贿;接穗
Past Participle:grafted  Present Participle:grafting  Simple Present:grafts  
graft
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n.
1.
[c]
接穗;嫁接a piece cut from a living plant and fixed in a cut made in another plant, so that it grows there; the process or result of doing this
2.
[c]
移植物,移植片(皮肤或骨骼等);移植a piece of skin, bone, etc. removed from a living body and placed in another part of the body which has been damaged; the process or result of doing this
a skin graft
皮移植物
3.
[u]
(informal)
艰苦的工作hard work
Their success was the result of years of hard graft .
他们的成功是多年艰苦奋斗的结果。
4.
[u]
行贿;贿赂;受贿;赃款the use of illegal or unfair methods, especially bribery , to gain advantage in business, politics, etc.; money obtained in this way
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth (onto/to/into sth).~ sth (on) (from sth)
移植(皮肤、骨骼等)to take a piece of skin, bone, etc. from one part of the body and attach it to a damaged part
newly grafted tissue
新移植的组织
New skin had to be grafted on from his back.
需从他的背部移植新皮肤。
2.
[t]
~ sth (onto sth)
嫁接to cut a piece from a living plant and attach it to another plant
3.
[t]
~ sth (onto sth)
使(思想、制度等)成为(…的一部分);植根to make one idea, system, etc. become part of another one
Old values are being grafted onto a new social class.
旧的价值观念正植根于新的社会阶层。
4.
[i]
(informal)
卖力地工作to work hard

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