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  1. wolves

    • IPA[wo͝olvz]

    美式

    • plural form of wolf
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    • n.
      a wild carnivorous mammal which is the largest member of the dog family, living and hunting in ...
    • v.
      devour (food) greedily: he wolfed down his breakfast

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    • n.
      a wild carnivorous mammal of the dog family, living and hunting in packs. It is native to both ...
    • v.
      devour (food) greedily: he wolfed down his breakfast

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    • ph.
      leave someone to be roughly treated or criticized without trying to help or defend them

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    • ph.
      leave someone to be roughly treated or criticized without trying to help or defend them

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    • n.
      a very independent or solitary person: he's a lone wolf; that's what made him a successful foreign correspondent

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    • n.
      a whistle with a rising and falling pitch, directed towards someone to express sexual ...
    • v.
      whistle to express admiration: fans wolf-whistled her as she took off her jacket they wolf-whistled at me

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    • n.
      a whistle with a rising and falling pitch, directed toward someone to express sexual attraction ...
    • v.
      whistle to express admiration: fans wolf-whistled her as she took off her jacket they wolf-whistled at me

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    • n.
      a very independent or solitary person: he's a lone wolf; that's what made him a successful foreign correspondent

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    • IPA[wʊlvz]

    英式

    • plural form of wolf

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