- v.掌打，拳打( cuff的过去式和过去分词 );
Brodie cuffed him on the side of the head.
She cuffed the boy on the side of the head.
Mother cuffed the dog when she found it asleep on a chair.
She cuffed the dog when she found it on the chair.
She cuffed the small boy for picking his nose.
Flat front, angled hand pockets, back button - through welt pockets, cuffed hem.
平面方面, 角度手口袋, 返回按钮,通过贴边口袋, 手铐下摆.
Hindley put out his tongue and cuffed him over the ears.
The police cuffed her hands behind her back.
1. struck with especially the open hand;
"hung his head like a cuffed and chastised child"
"wondered which was the worse punishment, her slapped face or her injured feelings"