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  1. scalp

    • IPA[skalp]

    英式

    • n.
      the skin covering the head, excluding the face;the scalp with the hair belonging to it, cut or torn away from an enemy's head as a battle trophy (a practice associated with some North American Indian peoples).
    • v.
      take the scalp of (an enemy) as a battle trophy;punish severely
    • verb: scalp, 3rd person present: scalps, gerund or present participle: scalping, past tense: scalped, past participle: scalped

    • noun: scalp, plural noun: scalps

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    名詞

    • 1. the skin covering the head, excluding the face hair tonics will improve the condition of your hair and scalp
    • historical the scalp with the hair belonging to it, cut or torn away from an enemy's head as a battle trophy (a practice associated with some North American Indian peoples).
    • British used with reference to the defeat of an opponent in rugby Gloucester claimed the scalp of would-be champions Bath
    • 2. Scottish a bare rock projecting above surrounding water or vegetation.

    動詞

    • 1. historical take the scalp of (an enemy) as a battle trophy none of the soldiers were scalped
    • informal punish severely if I ever heard anybody doing that I'd scalp them
    • 2. North American informal resell (shares or tickets) at a large or quick profit tickets were scalped for forty times their face value
    • n.
      a long lock of hair left on a shaved head, associated with some North American Indian peoples.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a long lock of hair left on a shaved head, associated with some North American Indian peoples.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[skalp]

    美式

    • n.
      the skin covering the head, excluding the face: hair tonics will improve the condition of your hair and scalp
    • v.
      take the scalp of (an enemy) as a battle trophy: none of the soldiers were scalped

    Oxford American Dictionary