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  1. lace

    • IPA[lās]


    • n.
      a fine open fabric, typically one of cotton or silk, made by looping, twisting, or knitting thread in patterns and used especially for trimming garments;braid used for trimming, especially on military dress uniforms
    • v.
      fasten or tighten (a shoe or garment) by tying the laces;enclose or confine tightly in a garment
    • verb: lace, 3rd person present: laces, gerund or present participle: lacing, past tense: laced, past participle: laced

    • noun: lace, plural noun: laces

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    • 1. fasten or tighten (a shoe or garment) by tying the laces he put the shoes on and laced them up 同義詞 fasten, do up, tie up, secure, bind, ... 更多反義詞 undo
    • enclose or confine tightly in a garment Rosina laced her up tight to show off her neat waist they laced her into a sky-blue dress, which was so tight she could hardly breathe
    • (of a garment or shoe) be fastened by means of laces the shoes laced at the front
    • 2. entwine or tangle (things, especially fingers) together he laced his fingers together and sat back 同義詞 entwine, intertwine, twine, entangle, interweave, ... 更多
    • pass a lace or cord through (a hole) he laced the twine through the eyelets and pulled it tight
    • 3. add an ingredient, especially alcohol, to (a drink or dish) to enhance its flavor or strength he gave us coffee laced with brandy he was left seriously ill after eating a meal allegedly laced with poison 同義詞 flavor, mix (in), blend, fortify, strengthen, ... 更多
    • give (something) a particular feature or quality the script is laced with expletives her brown hair was laced with gray
    • 4. US hit (something, especially a baseball) hard he laced a double down the first-base line