Go to Bing homepage

prickle

US [ˈprɪk(ə)l]
UK ['prɪk(ə)l]
  • n.刺痒;(植物的)芒刺;(动物的)皮刺;轻微的刺痛感
  • v.刺痛;扎疼;有刺痛感
  • Web柳条篮子;棘;感到刺痛
Plural Form:prickles  Present Participle:prickling  Past Tense:prickled  
prickle
Show examples
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
刺痛;扎疼to give sb an unpleasant feeling on their skin, as if a lot of small sharp points are pushing into it
The rough cloth prickled my skin.
粗布扎我的皮肤。
His moustache prickled when he kissed me.
他吻我的时候胡子扎人。
2.
[i]
~ (with sth)
有刺痛感to sting or feel strange and unpleasant because you are frightened, angry, excited, etc.
Her eyes prickled with tears.
泪水刺疼了她的眼睛。
The hairs on the back of my neck prickled when I heard the door open.
听到开门声,我颈后汗毛倒竖。
He prickled(= became angry) at the suggestion that it had been his fault.
一听说过错在他,他马上火儿了。
n.
1.
(植物的)芒刺,刺;(动物的)皮刺,刺毛a small sharp part on the stem or leaf of a plant or on the skin of some animals
a cactus covered in prickles
长满刺的仙人掌
2.
刺痒;轻微的刺痛感a slight stinging feeling on the skin
a prickle of fear/excitement
恐惧╱激动的刺痒感

Sample Sentence

Definition:
Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
More sentence filters
Hide sentence filters