- v.补( patch的过去式和过去分词 ); 修理; 调停; 解决;
He has now patched up his differences with the Minister.
He and Walker patched the barn roof.
Trade ministers patched up a compromise.
A hasty deal was patched together.
France patched things up with New Zealand.
The relations between the Toms and Shaws have been patched up.
All the worn - out clothes have been nearly patched up.
She patched new cloth to the old coat, so It'seemed mere patchwork.
The workman patched the ceiling.
She has patched up the dress.
They patched up their tiff again.
The two parties patched up a hasty peace.
The doctor patched up the wounded soldier.
They patched up their differences by spending an evening of heavy drinking together.
This small coat was patched up with pieces of cloth of different colours.
1. mended usually clumsily by covering a hole with a patch;
2. having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture);
"a field patched with ice and snow"
"a black-and-white spotted cow"