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 （使人不能说话的）封口布，塞口物 A gag is something such as a piece of cloth that is tied around or put inside someone's mouth in order to stop them from speaking.
His captors had put a gag of thick leather in his mouth.
VERB （用布）封住（或堵住）…的嘴 If someone gags you, they tie a piece of cloth around your mouth in order to stop you from speaking or shouting.
I gagged him with a towel.
VERB 压制…的言论自由；迫使…缄默 If a person is gagged by someone in authority, they are prevented from expressing their opinion or from publishing certain information.
Judges must not be gagged.
VERB 噎住；噎得作呕 If you gag, you cannot swallow and nearly vomit.
I knelt by the toilet and gagged.
N-COUNT 笑话；玩笑；插科打诨 A gag is a joke.
...a gag about policemen giving evidence in court.
VERB 渴望拥有；期盼做 If you say that someone is gagging for something or is gagging to do something, you are emphasizing that they want to have it or do it very much.
Girls everywhere are gagging for a car like this...
There are thousands of students absolutely gagging to come to this university.