- [C]梳子 an instrument used for making the hair tidy
- [S]梳理 an act of combing
- [C]鸡冠; 鸡冠状的东西; 蜂房 the part on the head of a cock; the red fleshy crest of fowl
- vt. 梳理 use a comb on the hair
- vt. 彻底搜查 search thoroughly
a flat device with narrow pointed teeth on one edge; disentangles or arranges hair
the fleshy red crest on the head of the domestic fowl and other gallinaceous birds
any of several tools for straightening fibers
ciliated comb-like swimming plate of a ctenophore
the act of drawing a comb through hair;
"his hair needed a comb"
straighten with a comb;
"comb your hair"
"They combed the area for the missing child"
smoothen and neaten with or as with a comb;
"comb your hair before dinner"
"comb the wool"
- She wore a small comb as an ornament.
- She swept her hair back with a comb.
- Morris said taco sauce makes her comb light up bright red.
- His comb was as red as fire, and his feathers were as yellow as gold.
- She combed the mud out of the dog's fur.
- The police have combed the city for the murderer.
- He combed through the files searching for evidence of fraud.
- I need a comb so that I can tidy my hair.
- It's a coarse comb.
- May I use your comb?
- I bought a comb for her in Guangzhou.
- How do you spell the word “a fine-tooth comb”?
- Your hair needs a good comb.
- The cock had a red comb.
- The comb on the cock's head looks very beautiful.
- The mother combed the child's hair.
- She combed her hair.
- Her hair keeps sticking up no matter how often she combs it.
- She combed her hair and left her room.
- He combed his hair with a plastic comb.
- If you combed your hair more often you wouldn't look so untidy.
- The police combed the whole city in their efforts to find the murderer.
- We combed the city to find our lost dog.
- I combed the shops until I found a pair of shoes that I liked.
- The house was combed very carefully.
- comb for (v.+prep.)
comb sth for sb/sth
They combed the woods for the lost child.
He combed all the files for that document.
I've combed the house for your bag, but it's not here.
They combed all the drawers for the missing paper.
I have combed my mind for a reason, but can't find one.
She was combing the shops for Jim's present.
- comb out (v.+adv.)
剔除,去掉,精简 clear out for military service from civil employment, remove as if with a comb
The wind had combed up some quite hearty waves.出自： R. Hughes
- comb只用作及物动词作“梳理”解时,主要接hair作宾语; 作“彻底搜查”解时,其后可跟房屋、地区等之类的名词或代词作宾语。
- ☆ 直接源自中古英语的camb，意为齿状物，梳子。