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nose [ nəuz] n.鼻子;突出部分

nose [ nəuz] n.突出部分(如船头等)

nose [nəuz] n. 鼻, v.侦察出

hard-nosed [ ] adj.顽固的

敲竹杠 make somebody pay through the nose; put the lug on; rob by a trick

险胜 "cliff-hanging win, narrow victory, nose out"

Long Nose Pliers 修枝长柄剪刀

Nose Hair Trimmer 电动鼻毛器

brown-nose 奉承/巴结的人
它的动词也是"brown-nose", 是形容一个人爱巴结讨好人家。美语里形容奉承巴结的词语除了"brown-nose" 外, "kiss someone's feet" 「亲某人的脚」 和 "lick someone's boots" 「舔某人的靴」等也都是蛮常用的。

nose for news 新闻敏感

stick your nose into 让你忙着

talk through one's nose 骄傲自大

进气口头锥 air-inlet nose cone

凸轮尖
cam nose

His nose bled when the thief hit him in the face.
那个贼击中了他的脸,他鼻子出血了。

the end of one's nose
鼻子尖

His nose is too prominent.
他的鼻子太高了。

Elephants are distinguished from other animals by their long noses.
大象因其长长的鼻子而有别于其他动物。

Elephants are distinguished from other animals by their long noses.
大象有长鼻,因此和其他动物不同。

we got a bad headache, and my nose is running.我头痛得厉害,还流鼻涕。

The dolphin balanced the ball on its nose.
海豚用鼻子顶着球,使其保持平衡。

Many dogs have a good nose.
多数狗嗅觉都很灵。

鼻子堵了。
I have a stuffy nose. *stuffy 用于“鼻子不通气”的时候。

我在流鼻涕。
I have a runny nose. *runny“流鼻涕的”。
My nose is running.
My nose won't stop running.

Take a nose dive 直线下降

He that has a great nose thinks everybody is speaking of it.
做贼心虚。

I have a runny nose.
我流鼻涕。

A Look at you! You have blisters on your nose. And your nose is very red!
A 看你呀!你的鼻子上有水泡,而且你的鼻子很红。
B It really hurts.
B 确实很痛。.
A I'm sure it does. What did I tell you?
A 我想肯定很痛。我告诉你什么来着?
B What do you mean?
B 你什么意思?
A I said: Wear a hat. Put on some sunscreen. Sit in the shade. Don't get sunburnt.
A 我说:戴顶帽子。擦防晒霜。坐在阴凉处。不要被晒伤。
B Ouch!
B 哎呦!!

He has a sore throat and a stuffy nose.
他嗓子疼痛而且鼻子不通。

He has a runny nose, sneezing or a scratchy throat.
他流鼻水,打喷嚏和喉咙沙哑。

His nose stuffed up when he had a cold.
他感冒时鼻子就不通。

poke one's nose into something多管闲事
Gladys is always poking her nose into other people's business. I don't see how she has time to take care of her own affairs.
格拉迪斯总是爱管闲事,我不知道她怎么会有时间处理她自己的事。

brown-nose拍马屁
Harold is always brown-nosing the oss.
哈罗德总是拍老板的马屁。

keep one's nose to the grand stone 孜孜工作

nose to the grindstone 用功读书

on the nose 准确地

stick your nose into 让你忙着

talk through one's nose 骄傲自大

"Ed's wife is a strong-minded woman and leads him around by the nose."
“埃德的太太是一个个性很强的人,埃德简直就是被她牵着鼻子走。”

"Remember, Son, don`t let other people lead you around by the nose. You'll get along a lot better in life if you use your own judgment and do what you yourself think is the right thing."
“儿子,你可千万要记住不要让别人牵着你的鼻子走。要是你能用你自己的判断力,做你认为是对的事,那你的日子会过得好得多。”

"See, they were right under you nose all the time."
“瞧,你的眼镜一直在你的鼻子底下。”

"Did you read in the paper how bold that robber was at the art museum . he cut three paintings from their frameds and walked out with them right under the nose of the guards."
“你有没有在报上看到关于那个去博物馆偷东西的贼有多么大胆的消息吗?他把三幅画从镜框里割了下来,然后就竟然在警卫的鼻子底下带出了博物馆。”

"Everyboday thought this young actor would have a brilliant future after he starred in two pictures that made a lot of money. Then he appeared in three films that nobody want to see, and his career took a nose dive -- no producer wants him any more."
“大家都以为那个年轻演员,在演了两部盈利非常高的电影后,一定会前途无穷的。可是后来,他又演了三部谁都不要看的电影。这样,哪个制片人都不要他了,他的影台生涯从此就一落千丈。”

"Turn left at the next corner and then follow your nose -- you can't miss it."
“到前面的路口向左转,然后一直走就到了,你不会看不到的。”

"You say you're looking for the French Bakery? Just walk two blocks north, turn left, and you can smell that wonderful smell of fresh bread baking: just follow your nose and it will bring you right to the front door.”
“你是说你在找那个法国面包店吗?往北走过两条街,然后向左转,你就会闻到那烤面包的香味。随着香味走就会把你带到那面包店的门口了。”

"My brother Bob borrowed the money to open his restaurant five years ago when the interest rate was so high, so he's been paying through the nose ever since."
“我哥哥在五年前借钱开他那个饭馆的时候正好利率非常高。所以,他从那时起就一直在大笔大笔地还债。”

"Life is funny. When the famous dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh was alive, nobody wanted to buy his pictures. But now rich people will pay through the nose for one, sometimes more than five million dollars."
“人生实在是很有趣的。当那位有名的荷兰画家凡高还活着的时候,没有人要买他的画。可是,现在那些有钱人却愿意出高价买他的画,有时候一张画就要五百多万美元。”

- lead someone around by the nose 牵着别人的鼻子走
All nations should exercise their own judgment. They shouldn't be led around by some big countries.

- poke one's nose into something 乱打听别人的私事
I hate those journalists who poke their nose into people's private life.

- Stick out like a sore thumb 特别扎眼
I hate my big nose. It sticks out like a sore thumb.

鼻子 snoot; nose; olfactory; proboscis; schnozzle; smeller; snout; beezer

塌鼻 snub-nosed

傲视 [ào shì] /turn up one's nose/show disdain for/regard superciliously/

白花蛇 [bái huā shé] /long-nosed pit viper (agkistrodon acutus)/

鼻 [bí] /nose/

鼻梁 [bí liáng] /bridge of the nose/

鼻青脸肿 [bí qīng liǎn zhǒng] /a bloody nose and a swollen face/badly battered/

鼻塞 [bí sè] /have a stuffy nose/

鼻针疗法 [bí zhēn liáo fǎ] /nose-acupuncture therapy/

鼻子 [bí zi ] /nose/

衄 [nǜ] /bleed at the nose/check in battle/

鼽 [qiú] /congested nose/

擤 [xǐng] /blow nose/

劓 [yì] /cut off the nose/

{adj: Roman} relating to or characteristic of people of Rome
"Roman virtues"
"his Roman bearing in adversity"
"a Roman nose"

{adj: acquired} gotten through environmental forces
"acquired characteristics (such as a suntan or a broken nose) cannot be passed on"

{adj: adenoidal, pinched, nasal} sounding as if the nose were pinched
"a whining nasal voice"

{adj: beaklike} resembling the beak of a bird
"a grizzled man with a beaklike nose"

{adj: bigheaded, persnickety, snooty, snot-nosed, snotty, stuck-up, too big for one's breeches, uppish} (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant
"a snotty little scion of a degenerate family"-Laurent Le Sage
"they're snobs--stuck-up and uppity and persnickety"

{adj: bloodied} having been caused to bleed
"a bloodied nose"

{adj: bloody} having or covered with or accompanied by blood
"a bloody nose"
"your scarf is all bloody"
"the effects will be violent and probably bloody"
"a bloody fight"
<-> bloodless

{adj: chiseled, well-defined} having a clean and distinct outline as if precisely cut along the edges
"a finely chiseled nose"
"well-defined features"

{adj: common, plebeian, vulgar, unwashed} of or associated with the great masses of people
"the common people in those days suffered greatly"
"behavior that branded him as common"
"his square plebeian nose"
"a vulgar and objectionable person"
"the unwashed masses"

{adj: dry} without a mucous or watery discharge
"a dry cough"
"that rare thing in the wintertime; a small child with a dry nose"
<-> phlegmy

{adj: hardheaded, hard-nosed, practical, pragmatic} guided by practical experience and observation rather than theory
"a hardheaded appraisal of our position"
"a hard-nosed labor leader"
"completely practical in his approach to business"
"not ideology but pragmatic politics"

{adj: hook-nosed} having an aquiline nose

{adj: impudent, insolent, snotty-nosed, flip} marked by casual disrespect
"a flip answer to serious question"
"the student was kept in for impudent behavior"

{adj: leptorrhine, leptorhine, leptorrhinian, leptorrhinic} having a long narrow nose
<-> catarrhine, platyrrhine

{adj: nosed} having a nose (either literal or metaphoric) especially of a specified kind
<-> noseless

{adj: noseless} having no nose
<-> nosed

{adj: on the nose, on the button} being precise with regard to a prescribed or specified criterion
"his guess was on the nose"
"the prediction for snow was right on the button"

{adj: perinasal, perirhinal} near the nose

{adj: platyrrhine, platyrrhinian, platyrhine, platyrhinian, platyrrhinic, broadnosed} of or related to New World monkeys having nostrils far apart or to people with broad noses
<-> catarrhine, leptorrhine

{adj: pug-nosed, pug-nose, short-nosed, snub-nosed} having a blunt nose
"a pug-nosed boy with freckles"
"a snub-nosed automatic"

{adj: retrousse, tip-tilted, upturned} (used of noses) turned up at the end
"a retrousse nose"
"a small upturned nose"

{adj: rhinal, nasal} of or in or relating to the nose
"nasal passages"

{adj: sharp-nosed} having a sharply pointed nose

{adj: snotty, snot-nosed} dirty with nasal discharge
"a snotty nose"
"a house full of snot-nosed kids"

{adj: snub} unusually short
"a snub nose"

{adj: soft-nosed} (of a bullet) made of soft material that expands on impact

{adj: stopped, stopped-up, stopped up} (of a nose) blocked
"a stopped (or stopped-up) nose"

{adj: toffee-nosed} snobbish; pretentiously superior

{adj: tube-nosed} having a tubular nose

{adj: unbloodied} not caused to bleed
"got out of the fracas with his nose unbloodied"

{adv: haughtily} in a haughty manner
"he peered haughtily down his nose"

{adv: indignantly} in an indignant manner
"Miss Burney protested indignantly, her long thin nose turning pink with mortification at this irreverent piece of mimicry"

{adv: noisily} with much noise or loud and unpleasant sound
"he blew his nose noisily"
<-> quietly

{adv: precisely, exactly, on the nose, on the dot, on the button} just as it should be
"`Precisely, my lord,' he said"

{n: Condylura, genus Condylura} star-nosed moles

{n: Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac} a French soldier and dramatist remembered chiefly for fighting many duels (often over the size of his nose); was immortalized in 1897 in a play by Edmond Rostand (1619-1655)

{n: Durante, Jimmy Durante} United States comedian remembered for his large nose and hoarse voice (1893-1980)

{n: ENT man, ear-nose-and-throat doctor, otolaryngologist, otorhinolaryngologist, rhinolaryngologist} a specialist in the disorders of the ear or nose or throat

{n: Exmoor} stocky breed of pony with a fawn-colored nose

{n: Hyperoodon, genus Hyperoodon} bottle-nosed whales

{n: Limanda, genus Limanda} a genus of Pleuronectidae; righteye flounders having a humped nose and small scales; the underside is often brightly colored

{n: Phyllorhynchus, genus Phyllorhynchus} leaf-nosed snakes

{n: Phyllostomidae, family Phyllostomidae, Phyllostomatidae, family Phyllostomatidae} New World leaf-nosed bats

{n: Phyllostomus hastatus} a variety of leaf-nosed bat

{n: Rhinolophidae, family Rhinolophidae} Old World leaf-nosed bats

{n: Roman nose, hooknose} a nose with a prominent slightly aquiline bridge

{n: ala} a flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism
"the alae of the nose"
"the alae of a maple seed"
"the flat petals of a pea blossom are alae"

{n: apposition} a grammatical relation between a word and a noun phrase that follows
"`Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer' is an example of apposition"

{n: beak, honker, hooter, nozzle, snoot, snout, schnozzle, schnoz} informal terms for the nose

{n: bettong} short-nosed rat kangaroo

{n: big H, hell dust, nose drops, smack, thunder, skag, scag} street names for heroin

{n: blow, puff} forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth
"he gave his nose a loud blow"
"he blew out all the candles with a single puff"

{n: bottle-nosed whale, bottlenose whale, bottlenose, Hyperoodon ampullatus} northern Atlantic beaked whale with a bulbous forehead

{n: bottlenose dolphin, bottle-nosed dolphin, bottlenose} any of several dolphins with rounded forehead and well-developed beak; chiefly of northern Atlantic and Mediterranean

{n: bridge, nosepiece} the link between two lenses; rests on nose

{n: bridge} the hard ridge that forms the upper part of the nose
"her glasses left marks on the bridge of her nose"

{n: bull nose} a disease of pigs resulting in swelling of the snout

{n: catarrh} inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus

{n: census, nose count, nosecount} a periodic count of the population

{n: coke, blow, nose candy, snow, C} street names for cocaine

{n: cold, common cold} a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)
"will they never find a cure for the common cold?"

{n: conenose, cone-nosed bug, conenose bug, big bedbug, kissing bug} large bloodsucking bug

{n: conk} informal term for the nose

{n: cownose ray, cow-nosed ray, Rhinoptera bonasus} large ray found along eastern coast of North America

{n: cross-eye, crossed eye, convergent strabismus, esotropia} strabismus in which one or both eyes turn inward toward the nose

{n: dacryocystitis} inflammation of the lacrimal sac causing obstruction of the tube draining tears into the nose

{n: direct transmission} a transmission mechanism in which the infectious agent is transferred directly into the body via touching or biting or kissing or sexual intercourse or by droplets entering the eye or nose or mouth

{n: discoid lupus erythematosus, DLE} a chronic skin disease occurring primarily in women between the ages of 20 and 40; characterized by an eruption of red lesions over the cheeks and bridge of the nose

{n: dive, nose dive, nosedive} a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft

{n: dumdum, dumdum bullet} a soft-nosed small-arms bullet that expands when it hits a target and causes a gaping wound

{n: emerald shiner, Notropis atherinoides} small blunt-nosed fish of Great Lakes and Mississippi valley with a greenish luster

{n: endotracheal tube} a catheter that is inserted into the trachea through the mouth or nose in order to maintain an open air passage or to deliver oxygen or to permit the suctioning of mucus or to prevent aspiration of the stomach contents

{n: ethmoid sinus, ethmoidal sinus, sinus ethmoidales} a sinus of the meatuses of the nasal cavity (behind the bridge of the nose)

{n: external nasal vein, vena nasalis externa} one of the veins that drain the external nose and empty into the angular or facial vein

{n: feature, lineament} the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin
"an expression of pleasure crossed his features"
"his lineaments were very regular"

{n: grampus, Grampus griseus} slaty-grey blunt-nosed dolphin common in northern seas

{n: handkerchief, hankie, hanky, hankey} a square piece of cloth used for wiping the eyes or nose or as a costume accessory

{n: harpy, harpy bat, tube-nosed bat, tube-nosed fruit bat} any of various fruit bats of the genus Nyctimene distinguished by nostrils drawn out into diverging tubes

{n: hawk nose} a nose curved downward like the beak of a hawk

{n: hog badger, hog-nosed badger, sand badger, Arctonyx collaris} southeast Asian badger with a snout like a pig

{n: hog-nosed skunk, hognosed skunk, badger skunk, rooter skunk, Conepatus leuconotus} large naked-muzzled skunk with white back and tail; of southwestern North America and Mexico

{n: hognose bat, Choeronycteris mexicana} small-eared Mexican bat with a long slender nose

{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: horseshoe bat} a bat of the family Rhinolophidae having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose

{n: horseshoe bat} any of numerous bats of the family Hipposideridae of northwest Africa or Philippines or Australia having a horseshoe-shaped leaf on the nose

{n: larboard, port} the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
<-> starboard

{n: leaf-nosed snake} any of various pale blotched snakes with a blunt snout of southwestern North America

{n: leafnose bat, leaf-nosed bat} bat having a leaflike flap at the end of the nose; especially of the families Phyllostomatidae and Rhinolophidae and Hipposideridae

{n: martingale} a harness strap that connects the nose piece to the girth; prevents the horse from throwing back its head

{n: mucus, mucous secretion} protective secretion of the mucous membranes; in the gut it lubricates the passage of food and protects the epithelial cells; in the nose and throat and lungs it can make it difficult for bacteria to penetrate the body through the epithelium

{n: muzzle} a leather or wire restraint that fits over an animal's snout (especially a dog's nose and jaws) and prevents it from eating or biting

{n: muzzle} forward projecting part of the head of certain animals; includes the jaws and nose

{n: myxedema, myxoedema} hypothyroidism marked by dry skin and swellings around lips and nose as well as mental deterioration

{n: nasal consonant, nasal} a consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed

{n: nasal, nasal bone, os nasale} an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose

{n: nasion} the craniometric point at the bridge of the nose where the frontal and nasal bones of the skull meet

{n: nasogastric feeding} feeding consisting of delivering liquid nutrients through a tube passing through the nose and into the stomach

{n: nasotracheal tube} a tube inserted into the trachea through the nose and pharynx; used to deliver oxygen

{n: nose cone, ogive} front consisting of the conical head of a missile or rocket that protects the payload from heat during its passage through the atmosphere

{n: nose flute} a flute that is played by blowing through the nostrils (used in some Asian countries)

{n: nose job, rhinoplasty} cosmetic surgery to improve the appearance of your nose

{n: nose ring} a ring worn on the nose as an ornament or on the nose of an animal to control it

{n: nose, olfactory organ} the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals
"he has a cold in the nose"

{n: nosebleed, epistaxis} bleeding from the nose

{n: nosepiece} armor plate that protects the nose

{n: nosewheel} a wheel located under the nose of an airplane that is part of the plane's landing gear

{n: nose} a front that resembles a human nose (especially the front of an aircraft)
"the nose of the rocket heated up on reentry"

{n: nose} a natural skill
"he has a nose for good deals"

{n: nose} a small distance
"my horse lost the race by a nose"

{n: nose} a symbol of inquisitiveness
"keep your nose out of it"

{n: nose} the front or forward projection of a tool or weapon
"he ducked under the nose of the gun"

{n: nose} the sense of smell (especially in animals)
"the hound has a good nose"

{n: nostril, anterior naris} either one of the two external openings to the nasal cavity in the nose

{n: nozzle, nose} a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged

{n: obstruent} a consonant that is produced with a partial or complete blockage of the airflow from the lungs through the nose or mouth

{n: oxygen mask} a breathing device that is placed over the mouth and nose; supplies oxygen from an attached storage tank

{n: ozena, ozaena} a chronic disease of the nose characterized by a foul-smelling nasal discharge and atrophy of nasal structures

{n: parson's nose, pope's nose} the tail of a dressed fowl

{n: petrel} relatively small long-winged tube-nosed bird that flies far from land

{n: pince-nez} spectacles clipped to the nose by a spring

{n: porbeagle, Lamna nasus} voracious pointed-nose shark of northern Atlantic and Pacific

{n: pouched mouse, marsupial mouse, marsupial rat} any of numerous small sharp-nosed insectivorous marsupials superficially resembling mice or rats

{n: proboscis monkey, Nasalis larvatus} Borneo monkey having a long bulbous nose

{n: proboscis} the human nose (especially when it is large)

{n: pug nose} a short nose; flattened and turned up at the end

{n: punch, clout, poke, lick, biff} (boxing) a blow with the fist
"I gave him a clout on his nose"

{n: rheum} a watery discharge from the mucous membranes (especially from the eyes or nose)

{n: rhinitis, coryza} an inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nose (usually associated with nasal discharge)

{n: rhinolaryngology, otorhinolaryngology, otolaryngology} the medical specialty that deals with diseases of the ear, nose and throat

{n: rhinopathy} any disease or malformation of the nose

{n: rhinophyma, hypertrophic rosacea, toper's nose, brandy nose, rum nose, rum-blossom, potato nose, hammer nose, copper nose} enlargement of the nose with dilation of follicles and redness and prominent vascularity of the skin; often associated with excessive consumption of alcohol

{n: rhinorrhea} persistent watery mucus discharge from the nose (as in the common cold)

{n: rhinosporidiosis} fungal infection of the nose; often acquired while swimming

{n: rhinotomy} surgical procedure in which an incision is made in the nose to drain accumulated pus

{n: rhinotracheitis} a respiratory infection of the nose and throat in cattle

{n: saiga, Saiga tatarica} goat-like antelope of central Eurasia having a stubby nose like a proboscis

{n: sense organ, sensory receptor, receptor} an organ having nerve endings (in the skin or viscera or eye or ear or nose or mouth) that respond to stimulation
<-> effector

{n: smell, odor, odour, olfactory sensation, olfactory perception} the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form
"she loved the smell of roses"

{n: sneeze, sneezing, sternutation} a symptom consisting of the involuntary expulsion of air from the nose

{n: sniff, snuff} sensing an odor by inhaling through the nose

{n: sniffler, sniveler} a person who breathes audibly through a congested nose

{n: snout, neb} a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head; especially the nose

{n: snuffle, sniffle, snivel} the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)

{n: snuffler} a person who breathes noisily (as through a nose blocked by mucus)

{n: snuff} finely powdered tobacco for sniffing up the nose

{n: spearnose bat} New World bat with a pointed nose leaf; found from southern United States to Paraguay

{n: starboard} the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
<-> larboard

{n: starnose mole, star-nosed mole, Condylura cristata} amphibious mole of eastern North America having pink fleshy tentacles around the nose

{n: stuffiness} state of obstruction or stoppage or air in the nose or throat

{n: styracosaur, styracosaurus} an unusual ceratopsian dinosaur having many large spikes around the edge of its bony frill and a long nose horn; late Cretaceous

{n: upper respiratory tract} the nose and throat and trachea

{v: bamboozle, snow, hoodwink, pull the wool over someone's eyes, lead by the nose, play false} conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end
"He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well"

{v: blow} free of obstruction by blowing air through
"blow one's nose"

{v: butter up, brown-nose} flatter with the intention of getting something

{v: give, apply} give or convey physically
"She gave him First Aid"
"I gave him a punch in the nose"

{v: hold} cover as for protection against noise or smell
"She held her ears when the jackhammer started to operate"
"hold one's nose"

{v: hunt} yaw back and forth about a flight path
"the plane's nose yawed"

{v: nosedive} plunge nose first ; drop with the nose or front first, of aircraft

{v: nose} advance the forward part of with caution
"She nosed the car into the left lane"

{v: nose} defeat by a narrow margin

{v: nose} push or move with the nose

{v: nuzzle, nose} rub noses

{v: plug away, peg away, slog, keep one's nose to the grindstone, keep one's shoulder to the wheel} work doggedly or persistently
"She keeps plugging away at her dissertation"

{v: poke into, intrude into, meddle with, horn in} poke one's nose into

{v: powder} apply powder to
"She powdered her nose"
"The King wears a powdered wig"

{v: pry, nose, poke} search or inquire in a meddlesome way
"This guy is always nosing around the office"

{v: ride} be sustained or supported or borne
"His glasses rode high on his nose"
"The child rode on his mother's hips"
"She rode a wave of popularity"
"The brothers rode to an easy victory on their father's political name"

{v: scent, nose, wind} catch the scent of ; get wind of
"The dog nosed out the drugs"

{v: sneeze} exhale spasmodically, as when an irritant entered one's nose
"Pepper makes me sneeze"

{v: sniff out, scent out, smell out, nose out} recognize or detect by or as if by smelling
"H can smell out trouble"

{v: sniff, sniffle} inhale audibly through the nose
"the sick student was sniffling in the back row"

{v: sniff, whiff} perceive by inhaling through the nose
"sniff the perfume"

{v: snort} indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose
"she snorted her disapproval of the proposed bridegroom"

{v: snort} ingest through the nose
"The drug addict was snorting cocaine every night"

{v: snuffle, snivel} snuff up mucus through the nose

{v: snuff} inhale audibly through the nose
"snuff coke"

{v: stick out, protrude, jut out, jut, project} extend out or project in space
"His sharp nose jutted out"
"A single rock sticks out from the cliff"

{v: stick, put forward} cause to protrude or as if to protrude
"stick one's hand out of the window"
"stick one's nose into other people's business"

{v: stream} exude profusely
"She was streaming with sweat"
"His nose streamed blood"

{v: stuff, lug, choke up, block} obstruct
"My nose is all stuffed"
"Her arteries are blocked"
<-> unstuff

{v: take a hit, snort} inhale through the nose

{v: unstuff, loosen up} cause to become unblocked
"The medicine unstuffed my nose in minutes!"
<-> stuff

{v: walk around} behave in a certain manner or have certain properties
"He walks around with his nose in the air"
"She walks around with this strange boyfriend"

I loved to give rein to my imagination and picture to myself a tribe of giants living behind that wood, a people tall and thin with white beards and sharp noses, like my grandfather.
我喜欢任凭我的想象驰骋,想象有一巨人部落住在树林后面,其居民像祖父一样又高又瘦,长着白白的胡须和高而挺拔的鼻子。

Before my grandfather ever replied to my many questions he would rub the tip of his nose with his forefinger; 祖父在回答我许多问题前,总爱用食指摸一下鼻尖。
as for his beard, it was soft and luxuriant and as white as cotton-wool-never in my life have I seen anything of a purer whiteness or greater beauty.
至于他的胡子,又软又密,像棉花一样白-我一生中从未见到有比这更白、更美的东西了。

To which he answered, having rubbed the tip of his nose: " he's an indolent man and I don't like such people. "
对此他摸了摸鼻尖答道: "他是个懒汉,而我不喜欢这号人。 "

I saw Masood filling the palms of both hands with dates and bringing them up close to his nose, then returning them.
我看到马苏德双手捧起一把椰枣,凑向鼻子,起劲地闻着,然后又放了回去。

First, you fly level for a while before dipping the plane's nose and descending in order to pick up speed.
首先,让飞机平飞一会儿,再往下俯冲,在下降中积累速度。

Suddenly the former heavyweight champion stops, squints his eyes, then gently wipes the boxer's runny nose with his gloved hand.
突然,弗莱契亚,这位前重量级拳击冠军停下来,眯起眼睛看了看,然后用带着手套的手温柔地擦了擦那个拳击手的鼻子。

With sharpened clarity and a less combative nature( " It's easier to get your boss coffee when you both know you can break his nose "), Vitiello says in the course of her years of boxing she found a successful freelance career, marriage and motherhood -- a pretty good return for getting punched repeatedly.
有了更强的清醒认识和不那么好战的性格( "当你和老板都知道你有能力打碎他的鼻子时,你为他准备一杯咖啡就更容易了 "),维蒂耶洛说,在多年的拳击生涯中,她找到了一份成功的自由撰稿人职业、一桩好婚姻和作母亲的乐趣-这是不断被击打的美好回报。

Imposing such a tax would be difficult, but the threat helps to highlight employers need to keep employees noses to the grindstone.
要征这种税十分困难,但这种威胁可以帮助雇主们明白,他们需要让雇员们尽心尽力工作。

The theory is that the strips, which cross the nose and hold open nasal passages, allow more oxygen to get to hard-working muscles.
使用鼻管的理论依据是,鼻管环绕着鼻子,将鼻道打开,在肌肉紧绷时允许更多的氧气进入。

He deals drugs underneath the nose of his abusive father( Chris Cooper), a retired Marine colonel of the neo-fascist persuasion.
他的父亲是一位受到新法西斯思潮影响的退休海军陆战队上校,成天恶言恶语。

Pressure created by sound waves from the American Navy FA/18 Hornet as it approaches the speed of sound causes moisture rising from the ocean to condense into a ball of vapor around the nose of the plane.
随着这架美国空军 FA 大黄蜂战机接近音速,强大的声波产生的压力使海洋上空的水蒸气在飞机前端凝成一个蒸汽球。

Nose bridge 鼻中

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Long nose tractors with sleeper
带枕木长鼻牵引车

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Long nose tractors without sleeper
无枕木长鼻牵引车

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Round nose pliers
圆头钳

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Flat nose pliers
平口钳

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Curved nose pliers
弯嘴钳

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Surgical needles for ears or noses or throats
耳鼻喉外科针

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Ear nose and throat ENT treatment products and accessories
耳鼻喉治疗产品和附件

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Ear nose throat ENT examining unit accessories and related products
耳鼻喉检查设备附件和相关的产品

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Ear nose throat ENT examining mirror accessories
耳鼻喉检查镜附件

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Ear nose and throat ENT irrigation or aspiration supplies or accessories
耳鼻喉清洗器、吸引器和附件

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Ear nose and throat ENT surgical instrument sets
耳鼻喉ENT手术器械组件

A15.8
Other respiratory tuberculosis, confirmed bacteriologically and
histologically
Mediastinal tuberculosis - confirmed bacteriologically and histologically
Nasopharyngeal tuberculosis - confirmed bacteriologically and histologically
Tuberculosis of : - confirmed bacteriologically and histologically
nose - confirmed bacteriologically and histologically
.sinus [any nasal] - confirmed bacteriologically and histologically
其他细菌学和组织学证实的呼吸道结核病
纵膈腔结核病 - 细菌学和组织学证实
鼻咽结核病 - 细菌学和组织学证实
下列结核病 : - 细菌学和组织学证实
. 鼻腔 - 细菌学和组织学证实
. 鼻窦〔任一鼻腔的〕 - 细菌学和组织学证实

A16.8
Other respiratory tuberculosis, without mention of bacteriological or
histological confirmation
Mediastinal tuberculosis - NOS( without mention of bacteriological or histological
confirmation)
Nasopharyngeal tuberculosis - NOS( without mention of bacteriological or histological
confirmation)
Tuberculosis of: - NOS( without mention of bacteriological or histological confirmation)
nose - NOS( without mention of bacteriological or histological confirmation)
.sinus [any nasal] - NOS( without mention of bacteriological or histological
confirmation)
未提及细菌学或组织学证实的其他呼吸道结核病
纵膈腔结核病 - 其他未明示的 ( 无细菌学或组织学证
实的)
鼻咽结核病 - 其他未明示的 ( 无细菌学或组织学证实
的)
下列结核病 : - 其他未明示的 ( 无细菌学或组织学证实
的)
. 鼻腔 - 其他未明示的 ( 无细菌学或组织学证实的)
. 鼻窦〔任一鼻腔的〕 - 其他未明示的 ( 无细菌学或
组织学证实的)

A50.5
Other late congenital syphilis, symptomatic
Any congenital syphilitic condition specified as late or manifest two years or more after
birth.
Clutton's joints+ (M03.1*)


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