pocket是什么意思 pocket在线翻译 pocket什么意思 pocket的意思 pocket的翻译 pocket的解释 pocket的发音 pocket的同义词 pocket的反义词 pocket的例句
名词口袋，钱袋; 金钱，财富; 容器; 凹处
及物动词隐藏; 放进口袋; 私吞，盗用; 忍受
形容词放在口袋里的; 小的，迷你的; 金钱上的
1. I can no longer pocket her insults.
2. He pocketed all the profits.
1. He is suffering in his pocket.
2. My keys are in my coat pocket.
1. 矿穴：因为化石是在矿穴(pocket)中找到的,暗示着它们是由水流(游艇运河)沿着海底冲刷过来的. 将来要改进我们对化石的搜寻,我计划在天气更暖和一点和有更好的采集材料时再去,这样化石不会受到损坏. 很困难停止采集,因为我发现了这么多的化石,
A pocket is a kind of small bag which forms part of a piece of clothing, and which is used for carrying small things such as money or a handkerchief.
e.g. He took his flashlight from his jacket pocket and switched it on...
e.g. The man stood with his hands in his pockets.
You can use pocket in a lot of different ways to refer to money that people have, get, or spend. For example, if someone gives or pays a lot of money, you can say that they dig deep into their pocket. If you approve of something because it is very cheap to buy, you can say that it suits people's pockets .
e.g. When you come to choosing a dining table, it really is worth digging deep into your pocket for the best you can afford.
e.g. ...ladies' fashions to suit all shapes, sizes and pockets...
You use pocket色惰日本视频网站 to describe something that is small enough to fit into a pocket, often something that is a smaller version of a larger item.
e.g. ...a pocket calculator.
e.g. ...my pocket edition of the Oxford English Dictionary.
A pocket of something is a small area where something is happening, or a small area which has a particular quality, and which is different from the other areas around it.
e.g. He survived the earthquake after spending 3 days in an air pocket...
e.g. The army controls the city apart from a few pockets of resistance.
If someone who is in possession of something valuable such as a sum of money pockets色惰日本视频网站 it, they steal it or take it for themselves, even though it does not belong to them.
e.g. Dishonest importers would be able to pocket the VAT collected from customers.
If you say that someone pockets色惰日本视频网站 something such as a prize or sum of money, you mean that they win or obtain it, often without needing to make much effort or in a way that seems unfair.
e.g. He pocketed more money from this tournament than in his entire three years as a professional.
If someone pockets色惰日本视频网站 something, they put it in their pocket, for example because they want to steal it or hide it.
e.g. Anthony snatched his letters and pocketed them...
e.g. He pocketed a wallet containing £40 cash from the bedside of a dead man.
If you say that some money is burning a hole in someone's pocket, you mean that they want to spend it as soon as possible.
e.g. It's Saturday, you're down the high street and you've got a few quid burning a hole in your pocket.
If you say that someone is in someone else's pocket色惰日本视频网站, you disapprove of the fact that the first person is willing to do whatever the second person tells them, for example out of weakness or in return for money.
e.g. The board of directors must surely have been in Johnstone's pocket.
If you say that someone is lining their own or someone else's pockets, you disapprove of them because they are making money dishonestly or unfairly.
e.g. It is estimated that 5,000 bank staff could be lining their own pockets from customer accounts.
e.g. ...a government that ignores the needs of the majority in order to line the pockets of the favoured few.
If you are out of pocket, you have less money than you should have or than you intended, for example because you have spent too much or because of a mistake.
e.g. They were well out of pocket — they had spent far more in Hollywood than he had earned...
e.g. Statements with errors could still be going out, but customers who notify us will not be left out of pocket.
If someone picks your pocket色惰日本视频网站, they steal something from your pocket, usually without you noticing.
e.g. They were more in danger of having their pockets picked than being shot at.
1. a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles
2. an opening at the corner or on the side of a billiard table into which billiard balls are struck
3. (anatomy) saclike structure in any of various animals (as a marsupial or gopher or pelican)
4. a small isolated group of people
e.g. they were concentrated in pockets inside the city
the battle was won except for cleaning up pockets of resistance
5. a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly
6. a supply of money
e.g. they dipped into the taxpayers' pockets
7. a hollow concave shape made by removing something
8. (bowling) the space between the headpin and the pins behind it on the right or left
e.g. the ball hit the pocket and gave him a perfect strike
9. an enclosed space
e.g. the trapped miners found a pocket of air
1. put in one's pocket
e.g. He pocketed the change
2. take unlawfully
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