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ADJ 联合的；共同的；共享的 Joint means shared by or belonging to two or more people.
She and Frank had never gotten around to opening a joint account...
Jackie and Ben came to a joint decision as to where they would live.
N-COUNT 关节 A joint is a part of your body such as your elbow or knee where two bones meet and are able to move together.
Her joints ache if she exercises.
N-COUNT 接合处；连接点；接头；接缝 A joint is the place where two things are fastened or fixed together.
N-COUNT （适于烧烤的）大块肉 A joint is a fairly large piece of meat which is suitable for roasting.
He carved the joint of beef.
N-COUNT 廉价娱乐场所；下等娱乐场所 You can refer to a cheap place where people go for some form of entertainment as a joint .
They had come to the world's most famous pick-up joint...
...a hamburger joint.
N-COUNT 大麻烟卷 A joint is a cigarette which contains cannabis or marijuana.
PHRASE （因感到无足轻重或不受重视）心烦意乱，感到不快 If something puts someone's nose out of joint, it upsets or offends them because it makes them feel less important or less valued.
Barry had his nose put out of joint by Lucy's aloof sophistication...
Her sister-in-law's nose is a little out of joint.
PHRASE 不太正常；不得体；无秩序；紊乱 If something is out of joint, it is not quite right or appropriate, or does not work quite as it should.
There was something out of joint in the situation. Something was strange...
The electoral timetable seems to be out of joint with the need for change.