- vt.舔; <口>打败
- vt.& vi.轻轻拍打; 战胜
- n.舔; 一舐的量，少量
- 第三人称单数: licks;
- 过去式: licked;
- 过去分词: licked;
- 现在分词: licking;
Even a fox will lick its hindquarters, but some of the faeries were the dirtiest beasts.
Lois Kaiser : Don't you want me to lick your balls for you?
洛伊斯·凯瑟: 你想让我舔你那玩意儿 吗 ?
Golden takins were very often observed to lick soil which with a high composition of salt.
He is a poor cook that cannot lick his own fingers.
He's going to lick his wounds.
Ade is going to lick his wound.
The dog slunk off to lick its wounds.
With the motorized ice cream cone, just stick out tongue, and let ice cream lick you!
I think we could lick the best teams there.
It lie on us to lick illiteracy.
She wanted her boyfriend to lick her boots all the time.
The house would look better with a lick of paint.
Lick your hand , think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the string.
He gave the stamp a lick.
He gave the bowl a thorough lick.
If you lick me, you may take what money I have.
They've been trying hard to lick their wounds these years.
With a lot of training , we might be able to lick the team into shape in time for next year's games.
With some more practice, we'll soon lick this piece of music into shape for the performance.
The waves lick at the seawall.
His wicked trick is to get the kids to kick bricks and lick the cricket ticket.
He'll lick the shoes of anyone to get what he wants.
They've been trying to lick their wounds these years.
Kevin wanted a lick of Sarah's lollipop.
The cracks are showing in the walls and a lick of paint would not come amiss.
You'll have four months in which to lick the recruits into shape.
My room needed a lick of paint to freshen it up.
It could do with a lick of paint to brighten up its premises.
He might be able to lick us all in a fair fight.
The British team was returning home yesterday to lick its wounds after defeat by India.
1. a salt deposit that animals regularly lick
2. touching with the tongue;
"the dog's laps were warm and wet"
3. (boxing) a blow with the fist;
"I gave him a clout on his nose"
1. beat thoroughly in a competition or fight;
"We licked the other team on Sunday!"
2. pass the tongue over;
"the dog licked her hand"
3. find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of;
"did you solve the problem?"
"Work out your problems with the boss"
"this unpleasant situation isn't going to work itself out"
"did you get it?"
"Did you get my meaning?"
"He could not work the math problem"
4. take up with the tongue;
"The cat lapped up the milk"
"the cub licked the milk from its mother's breast"
at a lick
(informal)at a fast pace; with considerable speed
a lick and a promise
(informal)a hasty performance of a task, especially of cleaning something
lick someone's boots ( 或粗俚
be excessively obsequious towards someone, especially to gain favour from them
lick someone/thing into shape
lick one's lips (或chops)
look forward to something with eager anticipation
lick one's wounds
retire to recover one's strength or confidence after a defeat or humiliating experience
the political organization he worked for was licking its wounds after electoral defeat.
lick and a promise
A superficial effort made without care or enthusiasm.
lick into shape【非正式用语】
To bring into satisfactory condition or appearance.
lick (one's) chops
To anticipate delightedly.
lick (one's) wounds
To recuperate after a defeat.
- do a fair lick
- donkey lick
He was donkey-licked 2 to 1 by John Wilson.
- do a fair lick