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  1. grind

    • IPA[ɡrʌɪnd]

    英式

    • v.
      reduce (something) to small particles or powder by crushing it;sharpen, smooth, or produce (something) by crushing or by friction
    • n.
      a crushing or grating sound or motion;the size of ground particles
    • verb: grind, 3rd person present: grinds, gerund or present participle: grinding, past tense: ground, past participle: ground

    • noun: grind, plural noun: grinds

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    • 1. a crushing or grating sound or motion the crunch and grind of bulldozers the slow grind of the US legal system
    • the size of ground particles only the right grind gives you all the fine flavour
    • 2. hard dull work relief from the daily grind
    • US informal an excessively hard-working student.
    • Irish a private tuition class experienced teacher offers grinds in Maths and Irish, to all levels
    • 3. informal a dancer's erotic gyration of the hips a bump and grind
    • British vulgar slang, dated an act or instance of having sex.