- the upper part of the side of the human body 胁;
He put his hand on the dog's flank.
As the storm was approaching, the fisher - men were threatened by dangers of the most perilous nature.
He was the kind of person who would flatter you to your face, and then slander you behind your back.
I could see the greyish feathers of its flanks.
汉英文学 - 散文英译
The principal directions corresponding to two distinct principal strains are orthogonal.
The initial stress or deformation fields are not usually homogeneous.
Stresses can be calculated by use of Hooker's law.
In the next section we present another formulation ( simpler ) in terms of stresses.
在下一节中,我们给出另一种 ( 较简单的 ) 利用胁强的表述.
He had a stitch in the side.
If I'd known I wouldn't have threatened you about that wretched Bantu girl.
He got a stitch in his side after he ran all the way home.
The dagger was plunged deep into the left side.
Labour contracts concluded by resorting to such measures as cheating and intimidation.
All of us chipped in to help those who had a fire.
No response, just a flutter of flanks and a few ear twitches.
seize sb. on both sides by the arms
be an accomplice under duress
cringe and smile obsequiously;bow and scrape
take advantage of sb.'s weakness to enforce obedience
flank 又称 :胁(costa(原生动物))