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  1. limp

    • IPA[lɪmp]

    英式

    • adj.
      lacking internal strength or structure; not stiff or firm;having or denoting a book cover that is not stiffened with board.
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    • n.
      the action of walking with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: she does not know exactly what caused her limping
    • adj.
      walking with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: the video clip shows a limping gunman inflation will remain subdued amid a limping economy

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the action of walking with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: she does not know exactly what caused her limping
    • adj.
      walking with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: the video clip shows a limping gunman inflation will remain subdued amid a limping economy

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      affectedly delicate or fastidious in manner (typically used of a man, especially a gay man).

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      affectedly delicate or fastidious in manner (typically used of a man, especially a gay man).

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[limp]

    美式

    • v.
      walk with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: he limped heavily as he moved he limped off during Saturday's game
    • n.
      a tendency to limp; a gait impeded by injury or stiffness: he walked with a limp

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[limp]

    美式

    • adj.
      lacking internal strength or structure; not stiff or firm: she let her whole body go limp the flags hung limp and still

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[lɪmp]

    英式

    • v.
      walk with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot: he limped heavily as he moved he limped off during Saturday's game
    • n.
      a tendency to limp; a gait impeded by injury or stiffness: the accident left him with a pronounced limp

    Oxford Dictionary