- v.（朝某方向）轻推( nudge的过去式和过去分词 ); （使）达到; （暗指与性有关的事）搂搂抱抱;
Bit by bit Bob had nudged Fritz into selling his controlling interest.
Two men looked at me, nudged each other and smirked.
"Stop it," he said, and nudged the boy lightly with his knee.
The thermometer nudged three figures yesterday in Rome.
I nudged Stan and pointed again.
Edna Swinson nudged him into the sitting room.
She nudged him playfully in the ribs.
A motorboat nosed out of the mist and nudged into the branches of a tree.
The civil servant nudged him forward.
As he spoke, he nudged Wu Chih - sheng and winked at Tu Hsueh - shih.
He was certain that his house had been nudged off its foundations.
He accidentally nudged the gatepost with the front of the car.
I nudged her and pointed to the man across the street.
He nudged me out of the room.
Mother nudged me to keep silent.