形容词: bearded 名词: beardedness 过去式: bearded 过去分词: bearded 现在分词: bearding 第三人称单数: beards
beard 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:2 教材出处:译林版选必修B4U4
n. beards 0
He was tall, with broad shoulders and a beard.
full beard 大胡子
胡須Next year the bearded bear will bear a dear baby in the rear.明年,長胡子的熊將在後方產一頭可愛的小崽.
[C, U] hair that grows on the chin and cheeks of a man’s face; similar hair that grows on some animals
He has decided to grow a beard and a moustache.
a week’s growth of beard
a goat’s beard
⇨ compare moustache
• beard·ed adj.:
a bearded face / man
▪ to beard the lion in his ‘den
to go to see an important or powerful person to tell them that you disagree with them, that you want sth, etc.
2. something similar to a beard, such as hair growing on an animal’s chin 须状物〔如动物的颔毛等〕
beard2 verb [transitive] beard somebody (in their den) to go and see someone who has influence or authority, and tell them what you want, why you disagree with them etc 摸老虎屁股，老虎头上拍苍蝇，太岁头上动土〔指敢于当面责问有权势者〕
Origin beard Old English
1.N-COUNT 可数名词胡须；胡子 A man’s beard is the hair that grows on his chin and cheeks.
He’s decided to grow a beard.
…Charlie’s bushy black beard.
plural beards [count] 1
: the hair that grows on a man’s cheeks and chin胡须；髯；络腮胡子
He grew a beard and mustache.
: the long hair that grows on the chin of some animals（动物的）颔毛，须
the beard of a goat
— bearded /ˈbiɚdəd/ adjective
a bearded college professor