- n.爪子; 手; <俚>笔迹;
- vt.用爪抓; 用蹄触; 盘弄; 艰苦地行走;
- vi.用爪子抓; 翻找;
- 复数: paws;
- 第三人称单数: paws;
- 过去式: pawed;
- 过去分词: pawed;
- 现在分词: pawing;
The dogs continued to paw and claw frantically at the chain mesh.
He shook Keaton's hand with his big paw.
He removes a thorn from a lion's paw.
It's evident that he wants to make a cat's paw of you.
He served as a cat's paw.
In the middle of the table sat a little dog, shaking its paw and yelping.
Oh, I had to leave him at home. He has a sore paw.
哦, 我只好把它留在家里了. 它爪子疼.
She's actually a cat's paw for her boyfriend, poor girl.
I spent weeks training him to press his paw on the latch to let himself in.
Old Mr White was afraid and he put the monkey's paw into his pocker.
The dog give a yelp when I tread on its paw.
Maybe he could get it with his paw.
They a paw or bare their teeth.
Mirabo: What? You never lifted a paw!
The little cat flicked out a paw and drew the ball of wool towards it.
Paw prints were seen in many places and puma fur was also found cling to bushes.
Then Mr White said, Why do you want the paw now?
接着,怀特先生问, 为什么你现在还要这个爪子 呢 ?
But instead of howling for help, he paw forward and starts the long journey home.
That old man is always trying to paw me at the pub.
As for the last quarter, who dares lay a paw on it?
The cat flicked out a paw and drew the ball of wool towards it.
Paw prints were everywhere.
She always tries to make a cat's paw of me at work.
Don't paw my English dictionary about.
Blood pressure, paw withdrawal mechanical threshold ( PWMT ) and paw withdrawal thermal latency ( PWTL ) were measured day.
血压 、 机械刺激缩足反应阈值和热刺激缩足反应潜伏期作为观察指标.
Lennie dabbled his big paw in the water ( John Steinbeck )
赖尼把他粗笨的手浸到水里 ( 约翰斯坦贝克 )
The dog gave a yelp when I treaded on its paw.
You know, find the thorn in his paw and pull it out.
If your dog reaches under with a paw and gets the treat within 1 minute, score 3 points.
" Well, you see, " Morris said. " this monkey's paw is magic! "
“ 你要明白, 这个猴爪是有魔力的! ” 莫里斯说.
1. a clawed foot of an animal especially a quadruped
2. the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb;
"he had the hands of a surgeon"
"he extended his mitt"
1. scrape with the paws;
"The bear pawed the door"
2. touch clumsily;
"The man tried to paw her"