- n.塞口物，（牲畜的）口衔; 言论限制; 恶作剧; 张口器;
- vt.塞住…的口; 抑制言论自由; 使窒息; 用张口器将嘴张开;
- vi.作呕; 窒息; 开玩笑，说俏皮话;
- 复数: gags;
- 第三人称单数: gags;
- 过去式: gagged;
- 过去分词: gagged;
- 现在分词: gagging;
His captors had put a gag of thick leather in his mouth.
The gang tied up the security guard and put a gag in his mouth.
There was this running gag about a penguin ( = they kept telling penguin jokes ).
They tied him up and put a gag on him.
The robbers rammed the gag in her mouth.
We're trying to gag the country, did you know that, Vernon?
我们要压制国家的言论自由, 您知道吗, 弗农?
There was this running gag about a penguin.
Only if you put a gag on me.
" Nearly every strained gag depends on the sheer stupidity of its characters. "
“ 几乎每一处矫揉造作的笑料都来自剧中人物愚蠢十足的所作所为. ”
Setting a roommate's alarm clock behind an hour is a common gag.
But as the gag has it, we shouldn't be starting from here.
Most of the other authors also went along with the gag.
The types of basal ganglia agraphia were AAg, VAg, PAg, MAg and GAg.
基底神经节失写类型有:失语性失写 、 视空间性失写、惰性失写、镜像书写及完全性失写.
That gag gave me a blast!
They bound him hand and foot and placed a gag in his mouth.
To prevent from speaking or crying out by using a gag.
Wounds heal faster when they become a wound but a practical joke a gag.
There are some things that would gag even a vulture.
Setting a roommate's alarm clock back an hour is a common gag.
The burglars bound him hand and foot and placed a gag in his mouth.
The Texas Department of Public Safety refused to comment, citing judge's gag order.
Gag me with a spoon! Please don't say me like the disgusting stories any abundance.
What a great gag! Everybody loves it.
They assured me, however, that alum was not supposed to make you gag quite that much.
他们向我保证, 不无论如何, 明矾不会使我作呕成那样的.
Excuse me while I gag.
A: There are some things that would gag even a vulture.
Can I get a bigger gag for all my things?
Mr. Wang put a whoopee cushion in his friend's chair as a gag gift.
The government has introduced a draconian regulation intended to gag the press.
1. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter;
"he told a very funny joke"
"he knows a million gags"
"thanks for the laugh"
"he laughed unpleasantly at hisown jest"
"even a schoolboy's jape is supposed to have some ascertainable point"
2. restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting
1. prevent from speaking out;
"The press was gagged"
2. be too tight; rub or press;
"This neckband is choking the cat"
3. tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them;
"The burglars gagged the home owner and tied him to a chair"
4. make jokes or quips;
"The students were gagging during dinner"
5. struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake;
"he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"
6. cause to retch or choke
7. make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; strain to vomit
- throat gag
Pour me another of that throat gag, barkeeper.
- throat gag