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  1. crimp

    • IPA[krɪmp]

    英式

    • v.
      compress (something) into small folds or ridges;connect (a wire or cable) by squeezing the end or ends
    • n.
      a folded or compressed edge.;a small connecting piece for crimping wires or lines together.
    • verb: crimp, 3rd person present: crimps, gerund or present participle: crimping, past tense: crimped, past participle: crimped

    • noun: crimp, plural noun: crimps

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    • 1. a folded or compressed edge.
    • a small connecting piece for crimping wires or lines together.
    • 2. North American informal a restriction or limitation the crimp on take-home pay has been even tighter since taxes were raised
    • ph.
      have an adverse effect on

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      have an adverse effect on

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[krimp]

    美式

    • v.
      compress (something) into small folds or ridges: she crimped the edge of the pie
    • n.
      a curl, wave, or folded or compressed edge: this cascade of delicate crimps depends on a perm the wool had too much crimp to be used in weaving

    Oxford American Dictionary