英 [mɔːl] 美 [mɔːl]
- n. 大槌
- v. 打伤；虐打；粗暴对待；猛烈抨击
a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges
split (wood) with a maul and wedges
injure badly by beating
- He died after being mauled by a tiger.
- Stop pulling my arm,you have no right to maul me about like this!
- Her novel has been badly mauled by the critics.
Thrashing the bishop and terribly mauling his body of followers.出自： J. Doran