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  1. spit

    • IPA[spit]

    美式

    • v.
      eject saliva forcibly from one's mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger;forcibly eject (food or liquid) from one's mouth
    • n.
      saliva, typically that which has been ejected from a person's mouth.;an act of spitting.
    • verb: spit, 3rd person present: spits, gerund or present participle: spitting, past tense: spat, past participle: spat

    • noun: spit

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    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. eject saliva forcibly from one's mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger Todd spit in Hugh's face 同義詞 expectorate, hawk, informalgob, hoick
    • forcibly eject (food or liquid) from one's mouth he spits out his piece of coconut ATMs that spit out $20 bills
    • utter in a hostile or aggressive way she spat abuse at the jury “Go to hell!” she spat 同義詞 snap, say angrily, hiss, rasp, splutter
    • be extremely angry or frustrated he was spitting with sudden fury
    • (of a cat) make a hissing noise as a sign of anger or hostility the cat arched his back and spat at her
    • 2. (of a fire or something being cooked) emit small bursts of sparks or hot fat with a series of short, explosive noises the bonfire crackled and spat 同義詞 sizzle, hiss, crackle, sputter, frizzle, ... 更多
    • 3. British light rain falls it began to spit 同義詞 rain lightly, drizzle, spot, mizzle, sprinkle

    名詞

    • 1. saliva, typically that which has been ejected from a person's mouth.
    • 2. an act of spitting.