mince

US [mɪns]
UK [mɪns]
  • v.用绞肉机绞(食物,尤指肉);装模作样地小步快走
  • n.肉末(尤指牛肉)
  • Web切碎;肉馅;剁碎
Simple Present:minces  Present Participle:mincing  Past Tense:minced  
mince
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
用绞肉机绞(食物,尤指肉)to cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces using a special machine (called a mincer )
minced beef
绞碎的牛肉
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
装模作样地小步快走to walk with quick short steps, in a way that is not natural
He minced over to serve us.
他迈着碎步过来招待我们。
IDM
not mince (your) words
毫不隐讳;直言不讳to say sth in a direct way even though it might offend other people
n.
— see also
hamburger
1.
[u]
绞碎的肉,肉末(尤指牛肉)meat, especially beef, that has been finely chopped in a special machine
a pound of mince
一磅碎肉

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