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plop

US [plɑp]
UK [plɒp]
  • v.咚的落下;扑通一声把…放入(尤指液体);躺下
  • adv.噗通一声
  • n.
  • Web扑通声;扑通落下;扑通一声地掉下去
Past Tense:plopped  Present Participle:plopping  Simple Present:plops  
plop
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n.
1.
[ususing]
(物体落入水的)扑通声,咚a short sound like that of a small object dropping into water
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
咚的落下to fall, making a plop
The frog plopped back into the water.
青蛙扑通一声跳回水中。
A tear plopped down onto the page she was reading.
一滴眼泪啪哒一声落在她正在读的书页上。
2.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
扑通一声把…放入(尤指液体)to drop sth into sth, especially a liquid, so that it makes a plop
Can you just plop some ice in my drink?
能在我的饮料中放点冰块吗?
3.
[t][i]
~ (yourself) (down)
(重重地或懒洋洋地)坐下,躺下to sit or lie down heavily or in a relaxed way

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