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  1. scarf

    • IPA[skɑːf]

    英式

    • v.
      join the ends of (two pieces of timber or metal) by bevelling or notching them so that they fit over or into each other;make an incision in the blubber of (a whale).
    • n.
      a joint connecting two pieces of timber or metal in which the ends are bevelled or notched so that they fit over or into each other.;an incision made in the blubber of a whale.
    • verb: scarf, 3rd person present: scarfs, gerund or present participle: scarfing, past tense: scarfed, past participle: scarfed

    • noun: scarf, plural noun: scarfs

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. join the ends of (two pieces of timber or metal) by bevelling or notching them so that they fit over or into each other he forced me to scarf the keel timbers in watertight sections the scarfing follows the natural grain of the wood
    • 2. make an incision in the blubber of (a whale).

    名詞

    • 1. a joint connecting two pieces of timber or metal in which the ends are bevelled or notched so that they fit over or into each other.
    • 2. an incision made in the blubber of a whale.