steepest is steep's Superlative

steep

US [stip]
UK [stiːp]
  • n.陡坡;泡;悬崖;浸渍液;泡;泡种子的水;倾斜〔16°-26°〕;绝壁;泡;浸渍液;倾斜〔16°-26°〕;绝壁;泡;浸渍液;倾斜〔16°-26°〕;悬崖
  • v.泡;使专心一意;(雾,烟,光等)笼罩(山野,树木等);泡;使埋头于…;(雾,烟,光等)笼罩(山野,树木等);泡;使专心一意;(雾,烟,光等)笼罩(山野,树木等);泡;使专心一意;(雾,烟,光等)笼罩(山野,树木等)
  • adj.险峻的;过当的;夸张的;急转直下的;险峻的;〈口〉(要求等)过分的;夸张的;急剧升降的;险峻的;过高的;夸张的;急转直下的;陡的;陡峭的;突然的;急剧的
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Simple Present:steeps  Present Participle:steeping  Past Tense:steeped  Comparative Degree:steeper  Superlative:steepest  
steepest
adj.
1.
陡的;陡峭的rising or falling quickly, not gradually
a steep hill/slope/bank
陡峭的山;陡坡;陡岸
a steep climb/descent/drop
陡直的爬升╱下降╱下落
a steep flight of stairs
一段很陡的楼梯
The path grew steeper as we climbed higher.
我们越往上爬路就越陡。
2.
[ubn]
突然的;急剧的;大起大落的sudden and very big
a steep decline in the birth rate
出生率的骤降
a steep rise in unemployment
失业率的暴升
3.
(informal)
过高的;过分的;不合理的too much; unreasonable
£2 for a cup of coffee seems a little steep to me.
一杯咖啡 2 英镑在我看来有点贵得离谱。
v.
IDM
a city steeped in history
历史古城
be steeped in sth
深深浸淫;饱含(某品质)to have a lot of a particular quality
a city steeped in history
历史古城

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