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peel
piːl
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. British politician (1788-1850).
  2. The rind of a fruit or vegetable.
(动) As a verb
  1. Get undressed.
  2. Come off in flakes or thin small pieces.
  3. Strip the skin off.
Hyphenationpeel
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
leather; skin; fur; pico- (one trillionth); naughty; (Chinese surname)
蜕皮tuìpískin cast off during molting; exuvium; to pupate; to molt; to slough; to cast off an old skin or shell
剥落bōluòto peel off
脱皮tuōpíto molt; to peel; fig. seriously hurt
bāo, to peel; to skin; to shell; to shuck
剥离bōlíto peel; to strip; to peel off; to come off (of tissue, skin, covering etc)
去皮qùpíto peel; to remove the skin; to tare
果皮guǒpí(fruit) peel
to peel, to pare, to trim, to split, (non-classical form) to open; to unroll; to spread out
𠜱to peel, pare
to peel; to skin; to tear; to pull down; to cling to (something on which one is climbing); to dig
, bāoto peel; to skin; to shell; to shuck
bàocarpenter's plane; to plane (woodwork); to shave off; to peel (with a potato peeler etc)
剥皮bāopíto skin; to flay; to excoriate; to peel; to bark at somebody; to physically punish somebody
qiānshort slender pointed piece of metal, bamboo, etc.; skewer; prod used to extract samples from sacks of grain, etc.; (dialect) to stick in; to bolt (a door); to arrange (flowers in a vase); to graft (tree); to pedicure; to peel (an apple etc)
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