- n. 点；星（肩章符号）；水果的种子；果核；拨号音
- v. (英）在最后关头被击败；(小鸟等)唧唧喳喳地叫
a disease of poultry
a minor nonspecific ailment
a small hard seed found in some fruits
a mark on a die or on a playing card (shape depending on the suit)
a radar echo displayed so as to show the position of a reflecting surface
kill by firing a missile
hit with a missile from a weapon
"He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
- The range operator cranked the range until the target pip was in the "range notch" on his scope.
- Dickens establishes the theme and shows Pip learning this lesson, largely by exploring ideas of ambition and self-improvement.
- The weather forecast is followed by the pips at 6 o'clock.
We are all well, barring..various forms of infantile pip.出自： T. H. Huxley
An extra pip on his shoulder, betokening heaven knows what increase of rank and power.出自： L. Durrell
It was Audrey's voice. The pips cut into it and Martin pushed in the coin.出自： R. Thomas
You won't be able to buy..that ring. Someone's pipped you on the post.出自： A. Gilbert
Closest ever finish when..Doherty just pipped..Cunningham on the line.出自：Athletics Weekly