自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT 鬈发;卷发 If you have curls, your hair is in the form of tight curves and spirals.
...the little girl with blonde curls...
A curl of black hair fell loosely across his forehead.
N-UNCOUNT 卷;弯曲 If your hair has curl, it is full of curls.
Dry curly hair naturally for maximum curl and shine.
V-ERG 卷;(使)卷曲;(使)鬈曲 If your hair curls or if you curl it, it is full of curls.
She has hair that refuses to curl...
Maria had curled her hair for the event...
N-COUNT 卷曲物;螺旋状物 A curl of something is a piece or quantity of it that is curved or spiral in shape.
A thin curl of smoke rose from a rusty stove.
...curls of lemon peel.
V-ERG (使)(脚趾、手指等)蜷曲；(使)蜷缩 If your toes, fingers, or other parts of your body curl, or if you curl them, they form a curved or round shape.
His fingers curled gently round her wrist...
Raise one foot, curl the toes and point the foot downwards...
V-ERG (使)呈螺旋(或卷曲)状移动;(使)旋绕 If something curls somewhere, or if you curl it there, it moves there in a spiral or curve.
Smoke was curling up the chimney...
He curled the ball into the net.
VERB 蜷缩 If a person or animal curls into a ball, they move into a position in which their body makes a rounded shape.
He wanted to curl into a tiny ball...
The kitten was curled on a cushion on the sofa.
VERB (叶子、纸等)卷边 When a leaf, a piece of paper, or another flat object curls, its edges bend towards the centre.
The rose leaves have curled because of an attack by grubs.
V-ERG 撇(嘴) If you curl your lip, you raise your upper lip slightly at one side, as a way of showing anger or contempt.
He curled his upper lip in a show of scepticism...
She had a small, mean mouth that curled disapprovingly each time her husband wrote something in his diary.