- n.〈口〉家伙; 〈俚〉阴茎; 〈美俚〉侦探; 〈俚〉誓言
- 复数: dicks;
The university refused to let Dick Gregory speak on campus.
"Health Matters" is introduced by Dick Oliver on BBC World Service.
She is livid that I have invited Dick.
Dick thinks of himself as a genius in literature.
The sides of the pit fell in and buried Tom and Dick.
The firm in which Dick worked has gone up.
Dick wrote that he was coming back to Paris to stay indefinitely.
Dick was a juggler, who threw mists before your eyes.
The teacher conferred with the principal about Dick's promotion.
Dick fell for football when he was a little boy.
Dick bought three wash and wear shirts to take on his trip.
Dick passed the football quickly.
Her dislike for Dick was intense.
As soon as I met Dick, he entranced me because he has a lovely voice.
John is on equal terms with Dick, either in ability or in character.
Sure enough, she was reading Moby Dick, in the edition with woodcuts.
2015年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文收起真题例句
1. someone who is a detective
2. obscene terms for penis