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自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT 袖口 The cuffs of a shirt or dress are the parts at the ends of the sleeves, which are thicker than the rest of the sleeve.
...a pale blue shirt with white collar and cuffs.
N-COUNT (裤脚的)外翻边，外卷边 The cuffs on a pair of pants or trousers are the parts at the ends of the legs, which are folded up.
...the cuffs of his jeans.
VERB (通常指轻而快地)拍，击(头或耳部) If you cuff someone, you hit them quickly and lightly with your hand, usually on their head or their ear.
Brodie cuffed him on the side of the head.
VERB 给…戴手铐 If the police cuff someone, they put handcuffs on them.
She hoped they wouldn't cuff her hands behind her back.
PHRASE 未经准备(或思考)的;即兴的 An off-the-cuff remark is made without being prepared or thought about in advance.
I didn't mean any offence. It was a flippant, off-the-cuff remark...
Mr Baker was speaking off the cuff when he made those suggestions.