[lɪp]     [lɪp]    
  • n. 嘴唇;唇状物
  • v. 接吻;说话;拍打
lipless lipped lipped lipping lips



n. (名词)
  1. 嘴唇
  2. 唇状物
  3. [复数]口,嘴
  4. 边缘,边,缘
  5. 唇的周围
  6. <俚>唐突无礼的话,冒昧的话,粗鲁无礼的话,无礼的回答,无礼
  7. 律师
  8. 【植】唇瓣
  9. 管唇,管乐器的嘴
  10. 【计】每秒逻辑推理次数
v. (动词)
  1. 用嘴唇碰,用嘴唇接触
  2. 运唇吹奏
  3. 轻声说出,轻轻说出,轻轻地讲
  4. <书> 吻,接吻
  5. 用嘴唇
  6. 潺潺地响
  7. 冲刷,拍打(海岸)
  8. 轻轻地说唱吹奏
  9. (吹奏时)将嘴唇放在合适的位置
  10. 把球打到(洞口)而未进入
adj. (形容词)
  1. 唇的
  2. 口头上的
  3. 唇音的,用唇发(音)的
  4. 不真诚的


n. (名词)
  1. [C]嘴唇 either of the two edges of the mouth where the skin is delicate and usually redder than the surrounding skin
  2. [C]边缘 the edge (of a hollow container or opening)
  3. [U]冒失的话 rude or arguing talk


  1. either of two fleshy folds of tissue that surround the mouth and play a role in speaking

  2. (botany) either of the two parts of a bilabiate corolla or calyx

  3. an impudent or insolent rejoinder;

    "don't give me any of your sass"

  4. the top edge of a vessel or other container

  5. either the outer margin or the inner margin of the aperture of a gastropod's shell



用作名词 (n.)
  1. He kissed her on the lips.
  2. She bit her lip to keep from crying.
用作动词 (v.)
  1. After a moment's hesitation she lipped her request.


用作名词 (n.)
between the cup and the lip
    功败垂成 suffering defeat when victory is within reach
button sb's lip
    闭嘴,不说话,保守秘密 keep secret;not talk
carry a stiff upper lip
    不沮丧,不垂头丧气 not despair
curl one's lip
    作出轻蔑或讨厌的表情;撇嘴 make a scornful facial expression
escape one's lips
    溜出口,脱口而出 say sth unwittingly
give lip
    丢脸的 be cheeky
    give sb lip

    Don't give me any lip.


    Just do as what I say—and don't give me any of your lip.


hang on sb's lips
    专门听某人说话,为某人的口才所迷 be puzzled by sb's eloquence
lick one's lip
    急切盼望 look forward to sth eagerly
my lips are sealed
    我绝不告诉别人 I will not tell anybody
on the lip of
    在…的边缘 at the edge of sth
on the lips of
    在流传中 spreading out
pay lip service to
    口头答应而根本不想去干 pretend to agree to sth with no intention of doing it


用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词


  • When she drinks, against her lips I bob.

    出自:Midsummer Night's Dream , Shakespeare
  • From his Lip Not Words alone pleas'd her.

    出自: Milton
  • A cry rose to his lips.

    出自: R. L. Stevenson
  • The set of the lips suggests a certain inward firmness.

    出自: Day Lewis
  • She..remembered his lips on the back of her neck.

    出自: A. Geras
  • I..licked a little salt off my upper lip.

    出自: R. B. Parker
  • A hand that kings Have lipp'd, and trembled kissing.

    出自:Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
  • Some little bay lipped by the Arctic current.

    出自:Chambers's Journal
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