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  1. gouge

    • IPA[ɡouj]

    美式

    • v.
      make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as with a sharp tool or blade;make a rough hole or indentation in (a surface), especially so as to mar or disfigure it
    • n.
      a chisel with a concave blade, used in carpentry, sculpture, and surgery.;an indentation or groove made by gouging.
    • verb: gouge, 3rd person present: gouges, gerund or present participle: gouging, past tense: gouged, past participle: gouged

    • noun: gouge, plural noun: gouges

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as with a sharp tool or blade the channel had been gouged out by the ebbing water
    • make a rough hole or indentation in (a surface), especially so as to mar or disfigure it he had wielded the blade inexpertly, gouging the grass in several places
    • cut or force something out roughly or brutally one of his eyes had been gouged out
    • 2. North American overcharge; swindle the airline ends up gouging the very passengers it is supposed to assist

    名詞

    • 1. a chisel with a concave blade, used in carpentry, sculpture, and surgery.
    • 2. an indentation or groove made by gouging.