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neck [ nek] n.颈,脖子

neck [nek] n. 颈,脖子

不分上下的总统选举结果 the neck-and-neck presidential election result

Neck Pillow 颈枕

break one's neck 痛打一顿;拼命做某事

get sb by the neck 捉住

pain in the neck 极讨厌的人或物

talk through one's neck 说话瞎扯不负责任

up to one's neck, be 太忙于做某事

V-neck V型领

roll-neck sweater 高翻领运动衫

round-neck sweater 圆领运动衫

进油口接头
fuel inlet neck

旁通进水口
water by-pass inlet neck

颈部侧弯试验
lateral neck bending test

颈部转动中心点(P点)
neck pivot point (P point)

She flung her arms around my neck.
她猛地搂住了我的脖子。

We can have knots in our stomachs or our necks.
在胃里和颈部都可能长肿块。

Jane craned her neck to look for her husband in the crowd.
简伸长了脖子在人群中寻找她丈夫。

Standing at the back of a crowd, Jack craned his neck to have a look at the wounded person lying on the ground, motionless.
杰克站在人群后面,伸长脖子去看那个受伤的人,那人躺在地上一动也不动。

She wore a silver chain around her neck.
她脖子上戴着一条银项链。

The fans of the actress craned their necks to catch a glimpse of their idol.
那位女演员的崇拜者们伸长了脖子想看一看他们崇拜的偶像。
If I need you to come and help I'll call.
如果我需要你来帮忙,我会打电话的。

A person has one head and one neck.
每人都有一个头,一个脖子。

A man's shirt is sized by its neck.
男子的衬衫号码是按领口大小分的。

He gave me a pain in the neck.
他真叫我头痛。
= He gave me trouble.

论开车技术,不李和小王那真是不分上下。
In the skills of driving, Xiao Li and Xiao Wang are neck and neck.

One misfortune comes on the neck of another.
祸不单行。

It's a pain in the neck[麻烦的事
人].
那真是件麻烦事

Neck and neck.
不分上下。

It is with narrow-minded people as with narrow-necked bottle; the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring out.
Alexandre Pope British poet
心胸狭隘的人就像小口瓶子;里面装的东西越少,倒出时的声音就越大。
英国诗人蒲伯,A.

@@@ 拼命
break one's neck (to do sth.) 拼命(做...)
like crazy 发狂似地; 拼命地

@@@ 匆忙, 急需
first aid 急救
in a hurry 匆忙; 立即, 很快地
in need of 需要, 急需
jot down 匆匆记下
jump at 急忙接受; 立即抓住
jump to the conclusion 匆匆做出结论
push for 急切要求; 力图得到
rush into 匆忙做某事
rush through 快速地做, 匆忙完成
throw off 摆脱; 匆匆脱掉
up to one's ears 忙得不可开交, 深陷于其中
up to one's/the neck in 非常忙

It's a pain in the neck.
这真是苦不堪言。

break one's neck 痛打一顿;拼命做某事

get sb by the neck 捉住

neck and neck 不分上下

pain in the neck 极讨厌的人或物

talk through one's neck 说话瞎扯不负责任

up to one's neck, be 太忙于做某事

- be neck and neck 不分上下
The two workshops are neck and neck in monthly output.

- be a notch above someone 略胜一筹
In study, we are neck and neck ; but in sports, he is a notch above me.

- a pain in the neck 使人讨厌的事
Working for VIPs was an honor for me, but now it has become a pain in the neck. I don't know how to balance the relationships.

搂抱 hug; embrace; necking; cuddle

拥抱 inarm; caressing; cuddle; embrace; enfold; hug; neck; caress

并驾齐驱 [bìng jià qí qū] /run neck and neck/keep abreast of/or keep pace with/be on a par with one another/

脖 [bó] /neck/

脖颈儿 [bó jǐng er ] /back of the neck/nape/

脖子 [bó zi ] /neck/

宫颈 [gōng jǐng] /cervix/neck of the uterus/

颈 [jǐng] /neck/

颈部 [jǐng bù] /the neck area of the body/

颈项 [jǐng xiàng] /neck/

领 [lǐng] /neck/collar/to lead/to receive/

珞 [luò] /neck-ornament/

项 [xiàng] /(surname)/back of neck/item/thing/

项链 [xiàng liàn] /(n) necklace; neck chain/

颉 [xié] /(surname)/fly upwards/neck/

子宫颈 [zǐ gōng jǐng] /cervix/neck of the uterus/

{adj: archaic, primitive} little evolved from or characteristic of an earlier ancestral type
"archaic forms of life"
"primitive mammals"
"the okapi is a short-necked primitive cousin of the giraffe"

{adj: broken} physically and forcibly separated into pieces or cracked or split
"a broken mirror"
"a broken tooth"
"a broken leg"
"his neck is broken"
<-> unbroken

{adj: bullnecked} having a thick short powerful neck

{adj: carotid} of or relating to either of the two major arteries supplying blood to the head and neck

{adj: cervical} relating to or associated with the neck

{adj: cross-section, cross-sectional} representing a plane made by cutting across something at right angles to its length
"cross-section views of the neck"

{adj: decollete, low-cut, low-necked} (of a garment) having a low-cut neckline
"a low neckline"

{adj: hatless} not wearing a hat
"stood hatless in the rain with water dripping down his neck"
<-> hatted

{adj: high-necked} (of a garment) having a high neckline
"a high-necked blouse"

{adj: jugular} relating to or located in the region of the neck or throat
"jugular vein"

{adj: neck and neck, head-to-head, nip and tuck} inconclusive as to outcome; close or just even in a race or comparison or competition
"as they approached the finish line they were neck and neck"
"the election was a nip and tuck affair"

{adj: neck-deep, up to my neck, up to your neck, up to her neck, up to his neck, up to our necks, up to their necks} deeply involved
"neck-deep in work"
"up to their necks in debt"

{adj: necked} having a neck or having a neck especially as specified (often used in combination)
<-> neckless

{adj: neckless} lacking or apparently lacking a neck
<-> necked

{adj: necklike} resembling a neck

{adj: open-collared} of a shirt; not buttoned at the neck
"dressed casually in shorts and an open-collared shirt"

{adj: polo-neck} having a close-fitting neckband or collar

{adj: reeking, dripping, watery} wet with secreted or exuded moisture such as sweat or tears
"wiped his reeking neck"

{adj: rigid, stiff} incapable of or resistant to bending
"a rigid strip of metal"
"a table made of rigid plastic"
"a palace guardsman stiff as a poker"
"stiff hair"
"a stiff neck"

{adj: scraggy, boney, scrawny, skinny, underweight, weedy} being very thin
"a child with skinny freckled legs"
"a long scrawny neck"

{adj: scrubbed} made clean by scrubbing
"fresh-scrubbed floors"
"boys with scrubbed necks and faces"

{adj: stiff-necked} haughtily stubborn
"a stiff-necked old Boston Brahmin"

{adj: turtleneck, turtlenecked} having a high tubular collar fitting closely around the neck

{adj: undone} not fastened or tied or secured
"her blouse had come undone at the neck"
"his shoelaces were undone"

{adj: wry} bent to one side
"a wry neck"

{adv: haphazard, haphazardly} without care; in a slapdash manner
"the Prime Minister was wearing a grey suit and a white shirt with a soft collar, but his neck had become thinner and the collar stood away from it as if it had been bought haphazard"

{adv: neck and neck, head-to-head, nip and tuck} even or close in a race or competition or comparison
"the horses ran neck and neck"
"he won nip and tuck"

{adv: prudently, providentially} in a prudent manner
"I had allotted my own bedroom for necking, prudently removing both the bed and the key, and taken both myself and my typewriter into my son's bedroom."
<-> imprudently

{n: Andean condor, Vultur gryphus} large vulture of the high Andes having black plumage and white neck ruff

{n: Bryum, genus Bryum} type genus of the Bryaceae: mosses distinguished by mostly erect and tufted gametophytes and symmetrical short-necked capsules

{n: Ceratostomataceae, family Ceratostomataceae} fungi having carbonous perithecia with long necks

{n: Erlenmeyer flask} a conical flask with a wide base and narrow neck

{n: Gruiformes, order Gruiformes} inland marsh-dwelling birds with long legs and necks and bills that wade in water in search of food: cranes; rails; bustards

{n: Japanese stranglehold} a wrestling hold in which the opponent's arms are crossed in front of his own neck to exert pressure on his windpipe

{n: Sauropodomorpha, suborder Sauropodomorpha} gigantic herbivorous dinosaurs having huge bodies with long necks and small heads: Prosauropoda and Sauropoda (apatosaurus, diplodocus and titanosaurs)

{n: Sphaeriaceae, family Sphaeriaceae} parasitic fungi having globose and sometimes necked or beaked perithecia

{n: V neck} the neck of a garment has the shape in front of the letter V

{n: albatross, millstone} (figurative) something that hinders or handicaps
"she was an albatross around his neck"

{n: amphora} an ancient jar with two handles and a narrow neck; used to hold oil or wine

{n: annoyance, bother, botheration, pain, infliction, pain in the neck, pain in the ass} something or someone that causes trouble; a source of unhappiness
"washing dishes was a nuisance before we got a dish washer"
"a bit of a bother"
"he's not a friend, he's an infliction"

{n: armet} a medieval helmet with a visor and a neck guard

{n: auk} black-and-white short-necked web-footed diving bird of northern seas

{n: axillary node} any of the lymph glands of the armpit; fights infections in the neck and chest and arm regions

{n: back, dorsum} the posterior part of a human (or animal) body from the neck to the end of the spine
"his back was nicely tanned"

{n: balloon} small thin inflatable rubber bag with narrow neck

{n: banderilla} a decorated dart that is implanted in the neck or shoulders of the bull during a bull fight

{n: banderillero} the bullfighter who implants decorated darts (banderillas) into the neck or shoulders of the bull during a bull fight

{n: banjo} a stringed instrument of the guitar family that has long neck and circular body

{n: beef neck} a cut of beef from the neck of the animal

{n: bellarmine, longbeard, long-beard, greybeard} a stoneware drinking jug with a long neck; decorated with a caricature of Cardinal Bellarmine (17th century)

{n: bighead} any of various diseases of animals characterized by edema of the head and neck

{n: black-necked cobra, spitting cobra, Naja nigricollis} aggressive cobra widely distributed in Africa; rarely bites but spits venom that may cause blindness

{n: black-necked grebe, eared grebe, Podiceps nigricollis} small grebe with yellow ear tufts and a black neck; found in Eurasia and southern Africa as well as western United States

{n: black-necked stilt, Himantopus mexicanus} stilt of southwestern United States to northern South America having black plumage extending from the head down the back of the neck

{n: bolo tie, bolo, bola tie, bola} a cord fastened around the neck with an ornamental clasp and worn as a necktie

{n: bottle} a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped

{n: breast} the front part of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen
"he beat his breast in anger"

{n: breeze, zephyr, gentle wind, air} a slight wind (usually refreshing)
"the breeze was cooled by the lake"
"as he waited he could feel the air on his neck"

{n: bull neck} a thick short powerful neck

{n: butternut squash} buff-colored squash with a long usually straight neck and sweet orange flesh

{n: camail, aventail, ventail} a medieval hood of mail suspended from a basinet to protect the head and neck

{n: cangue} an instrument of punishment formerly used in China for petty criminals; consists of a heavy wooden collar enclosing the neck and arms

{n: caressing, cuddling, fondling, hugging, kissing, necking, petting, smooching, snuggling} affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)

{n: carotid artery, arteria carotis} either of two major arteries of the neck and head; branches from the aorta

{n: cervical artery, areteria cervicalis} an artery that supplies the muscles of the neck

{n: cervical disc syndrome, cervical root syndrome} an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia

{n: cervical vertebra, neck bone} one of 7 vertebrae in the human spine located in the neck region

{n: cervicofacial actinomycosis, lumpy jaw} the commonest and least severe form of actinomycosis; affects the face and neck regions

{n: chest cavity, thoracic cavity} the cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart

{n: chignon} a roll of hair worn at the nape of the neck

{n: chokehold, choke hold} a restraining hold; someone loops the arm around the neck of another person in a tight grip, usually from behind
"he grabbed the woman in a chokehold, demanded her cash and jewelry, and then fled"

{n: choker, collar, dog collar, neckband} necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck

{n: choker, ruff, ruffle, neck ruff} a high tight collar

{n: chuck} the part of a forequarter from the neck to the ribs and including the shoulder blade

{n: cobra} venomous Asiatic and African elapid snakes that can expand the skin of the neck into a hood

{n: collar, neckband} a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over

{n: collar} a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it

{n: common carotid artery, common carotid} runs upward in the neck and divides into the external and internal carotid arteries

{n: cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo} large voracious dark-colored long-necked seabird with a distensible pouch for holding fish; used in Asia to catch fish

{n: cowbell} a bell hung around the neck of cow so that the cow can be easily located

{n: crane} large long-necked wading bird of marshes and plains in many parts of the world

{n: crew neck, crew neckline} a plain straight neckline opening from shoulder to shoulder of sweaters

{n: crick, kink, rick, wrick} a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British)

{n: crookneck, crookneck squash, summer crookneck} yellow squash with a thin curved neck and somewhat warty skin

{n: deinocheirus} lightly built medium-sized theropod with long limbs and neck

{n: demijohn} large bottle with a short narrow neck; often has small handles at neck and is enclosed in wickerwork

{n: dermatomyositis} myositis characterized by weakness of limb and neck muscles and much muscle pain and selling accompanied by skin rash affecting cheeks and eyelids and neck and chest and limbs; progression and severity vary among individuals

{n: dewlap} a hanging fold of loose skin on an elderly person's neck

{n: diplodocus} a huge quadrupedal herbivore with long neck and tail; of late Jurassic in western North America

{n: dog tag} military identification tag worn on a chain around the neck

{n: encephalitis, cephalitis, phrenitis} inflammation of the brain usually caused by a virus; symptoms include headache and neck pain and drowsiness and nausea and fever (`phrenitis' is no longer in scientific use)

{n: equine, equid} hoofed mammals having slender legs and a flat coat with a narrow mane along the back of the neck

{n: facial artery, arteria facialis, external maxillary artery} an artery that originates in the external carotid and gives off branches that supply the neck and face

{n: fingerboard} a narrow strip of wood on the neck of some stringed instruments (violin or cello or guitar etc) where the strings are held against the wood with the fingers

{n: flask} bottle that has a narrow neck

{n: flying lemur, flying cat, colugo} arboreal nocturnal mammal of southeast Asia and the Philippines resembling a lemur and having a fold of skin on each side from neck to tail that is used for long gliding leaps

{n: fraise} a ruff for the neck worn in the 16th century

{n: frill, ruff} an external body part consisting of feathers or hair about the neck of a bird or other animal

{n: frilled lizard, Chlamydosaurus kingi} large arboreal insectivorous Australian lizard with a ruff of skin around the neck

{n: full nelson} a wrestling hold in which the holder puts both arms under the opponent's arms and exerts pressure on the back of the neck (illegal in amateur wrestling)

{n: garibaldi} a loose high-necked blouse with long sleeves; styled after the red flannel shirts worn by Garibaldi's soldiers

{n: genus Apatosaurus, genus Brontosaurus} large quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaurs with very long neck and tail; late Jurassic

{n: gerenuk, Litocranius walleri} slender East African antelope with slim neck and backward-curving horns

{n: gilded flicker, Colaptes chrysoides} southwestern United States bird like the yellow-shafted flicker but lacking the red neck

{n: giraffe, camelopard, Giraffa camelopardalis} tallest living quadruped; having a spotted coat and small horns and very long neck and legs; of savannahs of tropical Africa

{n: golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos} large eagle of mountainous regions of the northern hemisphere having a golden-brown head and neck

{n: gooseneck} something in a thin curved form (like the neck of a goose)

{n: goose} web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks

{n: gorgerin, necking} the molding at the top of a column

{n: gorget} armor plate that protects the neck

{n: gurgle} the bubbling sound of water flowing from a bottle with a narrow neck

{n: hackle} long slender feather on the necks of e.g. turkeys and pheasants

{n: half nelson} a wrestling hold in which the holder puts an arm under the opponent's arm and exerts press on the back of the neck

{n: halter} a woman's top that fastens behind the back and neck leaving the back and arms uncovered

{n: hanging} a form of capital punishment; victim is suspended by the neck from a gallows or gibbet until dead
"in those days the hanging of criminals was a public entertainment"

{n: harp} a chordophone that has a triangular frame consisting of a sounding board and a pillar and a curved neck; the strings stretched between the neck and the soundbox are plucked with the fingers

{n: havelock} a cloth covering for a service cap with a flap extending over the back of the neck to protect the neck from direct rays of the sun

{n: heron} grey or white wading bird with long neck and long legs and (usually) long bill

{n: hijab} a headscarf worn by Muslim women; conceals the hair and neck and usually has a face veil that covers the face

{n: hognose snake, puff adder, sand viper} harmless North American snake with upturned nose; may spread its head and neck or play dead when disturbed

{n: innominate artery} a large artery arising from the arch of the aorta and divides into the right subclavian artery and the right common carotid artery; supplies the right side of the neck and head and the right shoulder and arm

{n: jugular vein, vena jugularis, jugular} veins in the neck that return blood from the head

{n: kerchief} a square scarf that is folded into a triangle and worn over the head or about the neck

{n: king vulture, Sarcorhamphus papa} large black-and-white vulture of South America and Central America; have colorful wattles and wartlike protuberances on head and neck

{n: kiwi, apteryx} nocturnal flightless bird of New Zealand having a long neck and stout legs; only surviving representative of the order Apterygiformes

{n: lanyard, laniard} a cord worn around the neck to hold a knife or whistle

{n: lavaliere, lavalier, lavalliere} jewelled pendant worn on a chain around the neck

{n: lute} chordophone consisting of a plucked instrument having a pear-shaped body, a usually bent neck, and a fretted fingerboard

{n: mane} long coarse hair growing from the crest of the animal's neck

{n: meningitis} infectious disease characterized by inflammation of the meninges (the tissues that surround the brain or spinal cord) usually caused by a bacterial infection; symptoms include headache and stiff neck and fever and nausea

{n: muffler} a scarf worn around the neck

{n: myasthenia gravis, myasthenia} a chronic progressive disease characterized by chronic fatigue and muscular weakness (especially in the face and neck); caused by a deficiency of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junctions

{n: myotonic muscular dystrophy, myotonic dystrophy, myotonia atrophica, Steinert's disease} a severe form of muscular dystrophy marked by generalized weakness and muscular wasting that affects the face and feet and hands and neck; difficult speech and difficulty with the hands that spreads to the arms and shoulders and legs and hips; the onset can be any time from birth to middle age and the progression is slow; inheritance is autosomal dominant

{n: nape, scruff, nucha} the back side of the neck

{n: neck brace} a brace worn to steady the neck

{n: neck exercise} exercise designed to strengthen the neck muscles

{n: neck sweetbread, throat sweetbread} edible thymus gland of an animal

{n: neck, cervix} the part of an organism that connects the head to the rest of the body
"he admired her long graceful neck"

{n: neck, neck opening} an opening in a garment for the neck of the wearer; a part of the garment near the wearer's neck

{n: neckerchief} a kerchief worn around the neck

{n: necker} a lover who necks

{n: necklace} jewelry consisting of a cord or chain (often bearing gems) worn about the neck as an ornament (especially by women)

{n: necklet} decoration worn about the neck (fur piece or tight necklace) as an ornament

{n: neckline} the line formed by the edge of a garment around the neck

{n: neckpiece} an article of apparel worn about the neck

{n: neckwear} articles of clothing worn about the neck

{n: neck} a cut of meat from the neck of an animal

{n: neck} a narrow elongated projecting strip of land

{n: neurodermatitis} dermatitis in which localized areas (especially the forearms or back of the neck or outer part of the ankle) itch persistently; cause is unknown

{n: nyala, Tragelaphus angasi} spiral-horned South African antelope with a fringe of white hairs along back and neck

{n: odontoid process} a toothlike process at the back of 2nd vertebra of the neck

{n: okapi, Okapia johnstoni} similar to the giraffe but smaller with much shorter neck and stripe on the legs

{n: ornithomimid} lightly built medium-sized dinosaur having extremely long limbs and necks with small heads and big brains and large eyes

{n: oxbow} a wooden framework bent in the shape of a U; its upper ends are attached to the horizontal yoke and the loop goes around the neck of an ox

{n: pain, pain in the neck, nuisance} a bothersome annoying person
"that kid is a terrible pain"

{n: pichiciago, pichiciego, fairy armadillo, chlamyphore, Chlamyphorus truncatus} very small Argentine armadillo with pale silky hair and pink plates on head and neck

{n: pillory} a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the wrists and neck; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn

{n: pintail, pin-tailed duck, Anas acuta} long-necked river duck of the Old and New Worlds having elongated central tail feathers

{n: platysma} either of two broad muscles located on either side of the neck and innervated by the facial nerve; extends from lower jaw to clavicle and is involved in moving the mouth and jaw

{n: plesiosaur, plesiosaurus} extinct marine reptile with a small head on a long neck a short tail and four paddle-shaped limbs; of the Jurassic and Cretaceous

{n: policeman bird, black-necked stork, jabiru, Xenorhyncus asiaticus} large mostly white Australian stork

{n: polymyositis} myositis characterized by weakness of limb and neck muscles and much muscle pain and swelling; progression and severity vary among individuals

{n: prostate gland, prostate} a firm partly muscular chestnut sized gland in males at the neck of the urethra; produces a viscid secretion that is the fluid part of semen

{n: puffin} any of two genera of northern seabirds having short necks and brightly colored compressed bills

{n: rabbit punch} a short chopping blow to the back of the neck

{n: raglan sleeve} a sleeve that extends in one piece to the neckline of a coat or sweater with seams from the armhole to the neck

{n: red-necked grebe, Podiceps grisegena} large stocky grebe of circumpolar regions having a dark neck

{n: redheaded woodpecker, redhead, Melanerpes erythrocephalus} black-and-white North American woodpecker having a red head and neck

{n: ring ouzel, ring blackbird, ring thrush, Turdus torquatus} European thrush common in rocky areas; the male has blackish plumage with a white band around the neck

{n: ring-necked parakeet, Psittacula krameri} African parakeet

{n: ring-necked pheasant, Phasianus colchicus} common pheasant having bright plumage and a white neck ring

{n: ringdove, Streptopelia risoria} greyish Old World turtledove with a black band around the neck; often caged

{n: ringneck snake, ring-necked snake, ring snake} any of numerous small nonvenomous North American snakes with a yellow or orange ring around the neck

{n: round-bottom flask} a spherical flask with a narrow neck

{n: ruff, Philomachus pugnax} common Eurasian sandpiper; the male has an erectile neck ruff in breeding season

{n: samisen, shamisen} a Japanese stringed instrument resembling a banjo with a long neck and three strings and a fretted fingerboard and a rectangular soundbox; played with a plectrum

{n: sauropod, sauropod dinosaur} very large herbivorous dinosaur of the Jurassic and Cretaceous having a small head a long neck and tail and five-toed limbs; largest known land animal

{n: scalenus, scalene muscle, musculus scalenus} any of four pairs of muscles extending from the cervical vertebrae to the second rib; involved in moving the neck and in breathing

{n: scarf} a garment worn around the head or neck or shoulders for warmth or decoration

{n: scrag, scrag end} the lean end of a neck of veal

{n: scrag} lean end of the neck

{n: sheep bell} a bell hung round the neck of a sheep so that the sheep can be easily located

{n: shoulder} the part of the body between the neck and the upper arm

{n: sightseeing, rubber-necking} going about to look at places of interest

{n: sitar} a stringed instrument of India; has a long neck and movable frets; has 6 or 7 metal strings for playing and usually 13 resonating strings

{n: sling, scarf bandage, triangular bandage} bandage to support an injured forearm; consisting of a wide triangular piece of cloth hanging from around the neck

{n: snakebird, anhinga, darter} fish-eating bird of warm inland waters having a long flexible neck and slender sharp-pointed bill

{n: soft-shell clam, steamer, steamer clam, long-neck clam, Mya arenaria} an edible clam with thin oval-shaped shell found in coastal regions of the United States and Europe

{n: soft-shell clam, steamer, steamer clam, long-neck clam} a clam that is usually steamed in the shell

{n: splenius, splenius muscle} either of two flat muscles that extend from the upper vertebrae to the base of the skull and serve to rotate or flex or extend the head and neck

{n: sternocleidomastoid, sternocleidomastoid muscle, sternocleido mastoideus, musculus sternocleidomastoideus} one of two thick muscles running from the sternum and clavicle to the mastoid and occipital bone; turns head obliquely to the opposite side; when acting together they flex the neck and extend the head

{n: stiffness} the property of moving with pain or difficulty
"he awoke with a painful stiffness in his neck"

{n: student lamp} a reading lamp with a flexible neck; used on a desk

{n: subclavian artery, arteria subclavia} either of two arteries that supply blood to the neck and arms

{n: swan orchid, swanflower, swan-flower, swanneck, swan-neck} any of several orchids of the genus Cycnoches having slender arching columns of flowers suggesting the neck of a swan

{n: swan} stately heavy-bodied aquatic bird with very long neck and usually white plumage as adult

{n: systemic lupus erythematosus, SLE, disseminated lupus erythematosus} an inflammatory disease of connective tissue with variable features including fever and weakness and fatigability and joint pains and skin lesions on the face or neck or arms

{n: tank top} a tight-fitting sleeveless shirt with wide shoulder straps and low neck and no front opening; often worn over a shirt or blouse

{n: teal} any of various small short-necked dabbling river ducks of Europe and America

{n: thorax, chest, pectus} the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates

{n: throat, pharynx} the passage to the stomach and lungs; in the front part of the neck below the chin and above the collarbone

{n: thymus gland, thymus} a ductless glandular organ at the base of the neck that produces lymphocytes and aids in producing immunity; atrophies with age

{n: thyroid gland, thyroid} located near the base of the neck

{n: tinea barbae, barber's itch} fungal infection of the face and neck

{n: titanosaur, titanosaurian} amphibious quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur with a long thin neck and whiplike tail; of the Cretaceous mostly in the southern hemisphere

{n: torso, trunk, body} the body excluding the head and neck and limbs
"they moved their arms and legs and bodies"

{n: torticollis, wryneck} an unnatural condition in which the head leans to one side because the neck muscles on that side are contracted

{n: triceratops} huge ceratopsian dinosaur having three horns and the neck heavily armored with a very solid frill

{n: turtleneck collar, polo-neck collar} a high close-fitting turnover collar

{n: turtleneck, polo-neck} a sweater or jersey with a high close-fitting collar

{n: vicinity, locality, neighborhood, neighbourhood, neck of the woods} a surrounding or nearby region
"the plane crashed in the vicinity of Asheville"
"it is a rugged locality"
"he always blames someone else in the immediate neighborhood"
"I will drop in on you the next time I am in this neck of the woods"

{n: wattle, lappet} a fleshy wrinkled and often brightly colored fold of skin hanging from the neck or throat of certain birds (chickens and turkeys) or lizards

{n: weasel} small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck

{n: whiplash, whiplash injury} an injury to the neck (the cervical vertebrae) resulting from rapid acceleration or deceleration (as in an automobile accident)

{n: white-headed stilt, Himantopus himantopus leucocephalus} stilt of the southwest Pacific including Australia and New Zealand having mostly white plumage but with black wings and nape of neck

{n: wimple} headdress of cloth; worn over the head and around the neck and ears by medieval women

{n: winter crookneck squash} a squash with a hard rind and an elongated curved neck

{n: winter crookneck, winter crookneck squash, Cucurbita moschata} any of various plants bearing squash having hard rinds and elongated recurved necks

{n: withers} the highest part of the back at the base of the neck of various animals especially draft animals

{n: wood pigeon, ringdove, cushat, Columba palumbus} Eurasian pigeon with white patches on wings and neck

{n: wryneck} Old World woodpecker with a peculiar habit of twisting the neck

{n: xanthoma} a skin problem marked by the development (on the eyelids and neck and back) of irregular yellow nodules; sometimes attributable to disturbances of cholesterol metabolism

{n: yellow squash} any of various squash plants grown for their yellow fruits with somewhat elongated necks

{n: yellow squash} squash having yellow skin and yellowish flesh and usually elongated neck

{n: yellow-shafted flicker, Colaptes auratus, yellowhammer} large flicker of eastern North America with a red neck and yellow undersurface to wings and tail

{n: yoke} stable gear that joins two draft animals at the neck so they can work together as a team

{v: bulldog} throw a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo

{v: cannulate, cannulize, cannulise, intubate, canulate} introduce a cannule or tube into
"Cannulate the blood vessel in the neck"

{v: chafe, excoriate} tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading
"This leash chafes the dog's neck"

{v: choke, scrag} wring the neck of
"The man choked his opponent"

{v: collar} seize by the neck or collar

{v: crane, stretch out} stretch (the neck) so as to see better
"The women craned their necks to see the President drive by"

{v: lock, interlock, interlace} hold in a locking position
"He locked his hands around her neck"

{v: neck, make out} kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion
"The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"

When one of the women in my group got up to dance, she passed me her long scarf to hold so I nonchalantly draped it around my neck.
我们团里的一位女士因为要跳舞,就把她的长围巾交给我,而我又若无其事地将它围在了脖子上。

To ease Epstein's muscle tension, a nurse massaged his neck.
为了减轻医生的肌肉紧张,一个护士负责按摩他的脖子。

In Germany, Gerhard Schroder, Social Democratic chancellor, announced last week plans to grant work and residency permits to up to 20,000 specialist IT workers from outside Europe to overcome " short-term bottle-necks ".
在德国,社会民主党总理吉哈德·施罗德于上周宣布说,为了克服 "短期瓶颈 "问题,计划向来自欧洲以外的信息技术专门人才发放多达 20000份的工作和居留许可证。

His experiments in the 1970s and early ' 80s included the successful transplant of the heads of animals, which he said remained very aware of their surroundings despite their paralysis from the neck down.
他于整个 1970年代和 80年代初期成功地进行了动物头颅的移植试验。他说,移植过的动物尽管颈部以下瘫痪,但还是能察觉到周围的事物。
" The monkey could see. His eyes followed you around the room. He could eat, and if you were stupid enough to put you finger in his mouth, he would have bitten it off, " he said in an interview at the time.
怀特教授在当时的一次访谈中表示: "猴子可以看到东西。它的眼睛能跟随你环顾房间的四周。它可以吃东西;如果你傻得敢把手指放进它的嘴里,它就会把你的手指咬掉。 "
His research paper also shows the monkey died within hours.
他的研究报告还指出:猴子只活了几小时就死掉了。

You may even be aware that the body sometimes efers the pain of a heart attack, sending it to the neck, jaw or arms.
你甚至可能已经意识到,有时心脏病发作带来的疼痛会传到脖子、下巴或胳膊等部位。

Wearable TV Hang Sony's slim wearable television set around your neck and catch the news as you wait for the bus.
可穿戴电视你可以将索尼公司推出的超薄型可穿戴电视挂在脖子上,在等公共汽车时收看电视新闻。

Choker Walkman Sony's diminutive next-generation Walkman is worn around the neck like a choker.
项链式随身听索尼公司推出的下一代随身听小巧玲珑,可以像项链那样挂在脖子上。

Judging from its 152-cm-long vertebrae, scientists estimate that the monster's neck alone stretched an incredible 12 m.
这个庞然大物的脊椎骨有 152厘米长,科学家们由此推断出它的颈部长达不可思议的 12米。

"God is looking down on all this, and if they are not doing everything in their power to save people, they are going to pay the price, because everyday that we delay, people are dying, and they are dying by the hundreds, I am willing to bet," said Mr. Nagin. "We are getting reports and calls that are breaking my heart from people saying, 'I have been in my attic, I cannot take it any more, the water is up to my neck, I don't think I can hold out'."
他说:“上帝正在注视着一切,如果他们不尽一切努力来救援人民,他们将会付出代价。因为我们每延误一天,都会有人死亡,我敢打赌,会有大批人死亡。我们接到报告和电话说:‘我在我家的阁楼上,我受不了了,水已经到我的脖子了,我坚持不住了。’我真是感到心痛。”

Meanwhile, the Pentagon declined to comment for publication on a New York Times report detailing widespread abuses of prisoners in U.S. custody in Afghanistan. The Times says it obtained a confidential file from a U.S. Army investigation. It reports that young, poorly trained soldiers chained a prisoner's hands to the ceiling of his cell for most of four days, stood on a prisoner's neck and kicked at least one in the genitals, among other abusive practices. The report appears to provide details of incidents that were already known, and which resulted in the deaths of two detainees and criminal charges against seven soldiers.
同时,五角大楼拒绝评论纽约《时代》杂志关于在阿富汗的美军监狱虐待囚犯的报导。《时代》杂志说它有一份来自美国军方的秘密调查报告,报告指缺乏训练的年轻士兵将一名囚犯用链子捆住双手吊在牢房的天花板上长达四天。有的士兵站在囚犯的脖子上,还至少剔过一名囚犯的生殖器。还有其他的虐待行为。报告还提供了一些人们已经知道的事件的细节。那次事件造成两名囚犯死亡,七名士兵受到犯罪指控。

BNP/BNPT BACK NECK POINT 后领点

CBN-W CENTER BACK NECK POINT TO WAIST 后颈点至腰

FNP FRONT NECK POINT 前颈点

N.P. NECK POINT 肩颈点

NK. NECK 颈圈

SNP SIDE NECK POINT 颈侧点

颈霜 restructuring compound for the neck

spsc-42241803
Cervical collars or neck braces
颈部护圈和颈支架

spsc-42242103
Head or neck traction supplies
头和颈牵引用品

C25.7
Other parts of pancreas
Neck of pancreas
胰的其他部位
胰颈

C43.4
Malignant melanoma of scalp and neck
头皮和颈的恶性黑色素瘤

C44.4
Skin of scalp and neck
头皮和颈的皮肤

C47.0
Peripheral nerves of head, face and neck
Excludes: peripheral nerves of orbit (C69.6)
头、脸和颈的周边神经
不包含 : 眼眶的周边神经 ( C69.6 )

C49.0
Connective and soft tissue of head, face and neck
Connective tissue of :
.ear
.eyelid
Excludes: connective tissue of orbit (C69.6)
头、面和颈的结缔及柔软组织
结缔组织 :
. 耳
. 眼睑不包含 : 眼眶的结缔组织 ( C69.6 )

C67.5
Bladder neck
Internal urethral orifice
膀胱颈
内尿道口

C76.0
Head, face and neck
Cheek NOS
Nose NOS
头、脸和颈
其他未明示的颊
其他未明示的鼻

C77.0
Lymph nodes of head, face and neck
Supraclavicular lymph nodes
头、脸和颈的淋巴结
锁骨上淋巴结

D03.4
Melanoma in situ of scalp and neck
头皮和颈的原位黑色素瘤

D04.4
Skin of scalp and neck
头皮和颈的皮肤

D17.0
Benign lipomatous neoplasm of skin and subcutaneous tissue of head, face
and neck
头、面和颈的皮肤和皮下良性脂肪增生性肿瘤

D21.0
Connective and other soft tissue of head, face and neck
Connective tissue of:
. ear
. eyelid
Excludes: connective tissue of orbit (D31.6)
头、面和颈的结缔组织和其他软组织
结缔组织 :
. 耳
. 眼睑
不包含 : 眼眶结缔组织 (D31.6)


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