- vt. & vi. 抓,撕,搔 tear, pull, take hold of, etc., as if with claws
- [C]爪 one of the hard pointed parts on the feet of some animals and birds
sharp curved horny process on the toe of a bird or some mammals or reptiles
a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something
a grasping structure on the limb of a crustacean or other arthropods
a bird's foot
move as if by clawing, seizing, or digging;
"They clawed their way to the top of the mountain"
clutch as if in panic;
"She clawed the doorknob"
scratch, scrape, pull, or dig with claws or nails
attack as if with claws;
"The politician clawed his rival"
- Cats have sharp claws.
- A hen's claw has three toes.
- The editor got his claws into the opposition in a vicious editorial.
- His face was badly clawed.
- Their favorite cat clawed a hole in my stocking.
- Anxiety clawed him.
- The cat kept clawing at my trousers.
- He clawed his way up from the back streets of Glasgow.
- Tigers retract their claws.
- Lobsters are able to reproduce claws when they are torn off.
- They have to draw in their claws.
A yellow clawsthe very same that had clawed together so much wealthspoked itself out of the coach-window.出自： N. Hawthorne
Claw me, and I will claw thee: Winke at mine, and I will not see thy faults.出自： T. Adams