- n. 皱纹；方法
- vt. 使起皱纹；皱着
- vi. 起皱
- [C] (尤指皮肤上的)皱纹; 皱褶 a small line or fold, especially on the skin owing to age, worry, tiredness, etc.
- vt. 使起皱纹,使皱起来 cause to form into lines, folds, etc., especially for a short time
- vi. (尤指皮肤)起皱纹,皱起来 (especially of the skin) to form into lines, folds, etc.
a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface;
"his face has many lines"
"ironing gets rid of most wrinkles"
a minor difficulty;
"they finally have the wrinkles pretty well ironed out"
a clever method of doing something (especially something new and different)
gather or contract into wrinkles or folds; pucker;
"purse ones's lips"
make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in;
"The dress got wrinkled"
"crease the paper like this to make a crane"
make wrinkled or creased;
"furrow one's brow"
become wrinkled or crumpled or creased;
"This fabric won't wrinkle"
- She's beginning to get wrinkles round her eyes.
- My findings add a new wrinkle to each scenario.
- Too much sunbathing will wrinkle your skin.
- He wrinkled up his forehead in perplexity.
- The apples are beginning to wrinkle.
- Spread the varnish thin if you don't want it to wrinkle.
- The old man's face has wrinkles.
- His morning coat fits him without a wrinkle.
- The fabric won't wrinkle.
- The rain wrinkled his suit.
- She wrinkled her nose at the bad smell.
- wrinkle mark 皱痕
- wrinkle up 使起皱纹
- wrinkle score 绵羊皮皱评分...
- wrinkle formation 皱纹的形成
- wrinkle rating 皱褶度
- wrinkle proofing 防皱整理
- wrinkle ridge 皱脊,纹脊
- wrinkle resistance 抗皱性
- wrinkle varnish 皱纹清漆
- wrinkle recovery 折皱回复度
- wrinkle pattern 折皱标样
- body wrinkle 皮肤褶襞
- wrinkle bending 有皱纹的弯曲...
- a wrinkle on one's horn 有用的主意
His stockings [were] without a wrinkle.出自： S. Johnson
Rivulets of..water were running down the wrinkles in her skirt.出自： A. Tyler
The doctor came out, a large smile wrinkling his red face.出自： J. L. Waten
She would..wrinkle up her forehead, smile apologetically and sigh.出自： J. Dawson
A whirligig..can wrinkle the water into as many as 14 consecutive ripples.出自：Scientific American