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cheek



cheek
脸颊


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cheek
     1.
     2. 腮帮子
     3. 颚部
     4. 冒失话
     5. 无礼的话
     6. 厚脸皮
     7. 冒失地说...
     8. 脸颊
英语 > 英语
cheek
     1. n. (anatomy) The soft skin on each side of the face, below the eyes; the outer surface of the sides of the oral cavity.
     2. n. (anatomy informal usually in the plural) A buttock.
     3. n. (informal) Impudence.
           You’ve got some cheek, asking me for money!
     4. n. (biology, informal) One of the genae, flat areas on the sides of a trilobite's cephalon.
     5. n. One of the pieces of a machine, or of timber or stonework, that form corresponding sides or a similar pair.
           the cheeks of a vice; the cheeks of a gun carriage
     6. n. (in plural) The branches of a bridle bit.
     7. n. (metalworking) The middle section of a flask, made so that it can be moved laterally, to permit the removal of the pattern from the mould.
     8. v. To be impudent towards.
           Don't cheek me, you little rascal!
中文 > 英语
脸颊
     1. n. cheek (part of face)

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例句

That is why you turn the other cheek.
He butted me with his head and opened up my cheek.
Her hair was all frizzy, and her lipstick had smeared onto her cheek somehow.


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