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N-COUNT 猪 A pig is a pink or black animal with short legs and not much hair on its skin. Pigs are often kept on farms for their meat, which is called pork, ham, bacon, or gammon.
...the grunting of the pigs.
...a pig farmer.
N-COUNT 猪猡；讨嫌的人；（尤指）贪婪的人，苛刻的人 If you call someone a pig, you think that they are unpleasant in some way, especially that they are greedy or unkind.
N-SING 难干的活；难做的事 If you say that something is, for example, a pig of a job, you mean it is very difficult.
According to the British show jumping team manager, 'It's a pig of a course — much too big and also very technical.'
VERB 使贪婪地吃；使拼命大吃 If you say that people are pigging themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal.
After pigging herself on ice cream she went upstairs.
PHRASE 粗制滥造；把…弄糟 If you make a pig's ear of something you are doing, you do it very badly.
He and Dermott Reeve almost made a complete pig's ear of the final push for victory.
PHRASE 不可能的事；异想天开 If you say 'pigs might fly' after someone has said that something might happen, you are emphasizing that you think it is very unlikely.
'There's a chance he won't get involved in this, of course.' — 'And pigs might fly.'
PHRASE 大吃特吃；吃得过量 If you say that someone is making a pig of themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal.
I'm afraid I made a pig of myself at dinner.