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VERB 刺；戳；扎 If you prick something or prick holes in it, you make small holes in it with a sharp object such as a pin.
Prick the potatoes and rub the skins with salt...
He pricks holes in the foil with a pin.
VERB 刺痛；戳伤；扎伤 If something sharp pricks you or if you prick yourself with something sharp, it sticks into you or presses your skin and causes you pain.
She had just pricked her finger with the needle.
VERB （泪水）刺痛（眼睛） If tears prick your eyes, you feel as if you are about to cry.
Davydd felt tears prick his eyes.
VERB 刺激（良心）；使突然经受；触动 If something pricks your conscience, you suddenly feel guilty about it. If you are pricked by an emotion, you suddenly experience that emotion.
Most were sympathetic once we pricked their consciences...
I was pricked by the needle of curiosity.
N-COUNT 刺痛感 A prick is a small, sharp pain that you get when something pricks you.
At the same time she felt a prick on her neck.
N-COUNT 笨蛋；蠢货 If someone calls a man a prick, they are indicating that they do not like him and that they think he is stupid.
N-COUNT 鸡巴； A man's prick is his penis.