- [C]脸颊,脸蛋 the fleshy part of the face below the eye, especially in humans
- [U]无礼而放肆的行为 disrespectful rude behaviour
either side of the face below the eyes
an impudent statement
either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump
"I couldn't believe her boldness"
"he had the effrontery to question my honesty"
speak impudently to
- A bullet grazed his cheek.
- She has a tiny mole on her cheek.
- Philip stroked the baby's little cheek.
- Rosie gave her an affectionate kiss on each cheek.
- He looked very pale; his cheeks had sunk in.
- Her cheeks swelled out.
- Her cheeks glow with the ruddy bloom of health.
- Her cheeks began to fill out after she'd been in the convalescent hospital for a couple of months.
- The tears trickled down her cheeks.
- Her hair brushed against her rosy cheeks.
- He sucked in his cheeks whenever he was thinking hard.
- The leaves brushed my cheek as I ran through the wood.
- She looked up at him with an angry flush upon her cheek.
- He gave her a slap on the cheek.
- A hornet stung me on the cheek.
- She darted forward and kissed Mary on the cheek.
- Mother inclined her cheek and her little daughter gave it a kiss.
- The fellow has cheek enough.
- He had the cheek to say that I was late.
- He has the cheek to ask for a raise after a week in his new job.
- I don't believe he has the cheek to see me.
- I never thought he'd have the cheek to ask to borrow my car again after crashing it last time.
- cheek by jowl
紧紧靠着,密切联系 very close together or closely connected
cheek by jowl
Peace and war exist cheek by jowl in the world today.
You'll never get through that crowd of people; they're packed in there cheek by jowl.
The other two took no notice of him at all, though they were standing cheek by jowl.
他们虽然紧站着靠在一起,另两位却全然未注意到他。cheek by jowl with sb
It was incongruous to see a thief sitting there cheek by jowl with the policeman.
He and Connie could never adjust to living cheek by jowl with their neighbours.
The general boasted that he was cheek by jowl with the emperor.
- turn the other cheek
甘心容忍,不反抗 take no action against someone who has hurt or harmed one
- bloated cheeks 肿胀的面孔
- burning cheeks 通红的脸颊
- flushed cheeks 通红的脸颊
- full cheeks 圆脸蛋
- hollow cheeks 凹陷的双颊
- pale cheeks 苍白的脸颊
- round cheeks 圆脸蛋
- sunken cheeks 凹陷的双颊
- swollen cheeks 肿胀的面孔
- girl with rosy cheeks 脸颊红润的女孩
- cheek by jowl 紧紧靠着,密切联系
Ocean's cheek Reflects the tints of many a peak.出自： Byron
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的cheke；最初源自古英语的cēce，意为鄂，面颊。