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  1. rubbing

    • IPA[ˈrəbiNG]

    美式

    • n.
      the action of rubbing something;an impression of a design on brass or stone, made by rubbing on paper laid over it with colored wax, pencil, chalk, etc.
    • noun: rubbing, plural noun: rubbings

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    • 1. the action of rubbing something dab at the stain—vigorous rubbing could damage the carpet
    • 2. an impression of a design on brass or stone, made by rubbing on paper laid over it with colored wax, pencil, chalk, etc.
    • v.
      apply firm pressure to the surface of (something), using a repeated back and forth motion: she rubbed her arm, where she had a large bruise he rubbed at the earth on his jeans
    • n.
      an act of rubbing: she pulled out a towel and gave her head a quick rub

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    • v.
      move one's hand or a cloth repeatedly back and forth on the surface of (something) with ... she rubbed her arm, where she had a large bruise he rubbed at the dirt on his jeans
    • n.
      an act of rubbing: she pulled out a towel and gave her head a quick rub

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      Russian rouble(s).

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    • n.
      the action of rubbing heelball or chalk over paper laid on an engraved brass to reproduce its ...

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    • n.
      the action of rubbing crayon or chalk over paper laid on an engraved brass to reproduce its design.

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    • n.
      a protective strip running along a boat's side below the gunwale to prevent damage when ...

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    • n.
      denatured alcohol, typically perfumed, used as an antiseptic or in massage.

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    • n.
      a raised strip fitted to a vehicle to protect the bodywork.

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    • IPA[ˈrʌbɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      the action of rubbing something: dab at the stain—vigorous rubbing could damage the carpet

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