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  1. stoke

    • IPA[stōk]

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    • v.
      add coal or other solid fuel to (a fire, furnace, boiler, etc.);encourage or incite (a strong emotion or tendency)
    • verb: stoke, 3rd person present: stokes, gerund or present participle: stoking, past tense: stoked, past participle: stoked

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    • 1. add coal or other solid fuel to (a fire, furnace, boiler, etc.) he stoked up the barbecue
    • encourage or incite (a strong emotion or tendency) his composure had the effect of stoking her anger
    • consume a large quantity of food or drink to give one energy Carol was at the coffee machine, stoking up for the day
    • adj.
      excited or euphoric: when they told me I was on the team, I was stoked

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    • n.
      the cgs unit of kinematic viscosity, corresponding to a dynamic viscosity of 1 poise and a ...

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    • adj.
      excited or euphoric: when they told me I was on the team, I was stoked

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    • n.
      the cgs unit of kinematic viscosity, corresponding to a dynamic viscosity of 1 poise and a ...

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    • a city on the Trent River in central England; population 248,300 (est. 2009).

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    • a city on the River Trent in Staffordshire, central England; population 248,300 (est. 2009). It ...

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    • n.
      a law stating that in fluorescence the wavelength of the emitted radiation is longer than that ...

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    • n.
      a law stating that in fluorescence the wavelength of the emitted radiation is longer than that ...

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    • IPA[stəʊk]

    英式

    • v.
      add coal or other solid fuel to (a fire, furnace, boiler, etc.): he stoked up the barbecue

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