peel 的 4 个定义
- to strip of its skin, rind, bark, etc.: to peel an orange.
- to strip from something: to peel paint from a car.
- Croquet. to cause to go through a wicket.
- to come off; become separated.
- to lose the skin, rind, bark, paint, etc.
- Informal. to undress.
- Metallurgy. to lose, or tend to lose, the outer layer.
- the skin or rind of a fruit, vegetable, etc.
- Metallurgy. the presence of a brittle outer layer on a malleable iron casting.
- peel off, to remove or be removed: The old skin peeled off.Aeronautics.to leave a flying formation of aircraft with a banking turn, usually from one end of an echelon.Informal.to turn off or leave: We peeled off the highway onto a dirt road.to remove in a swift upward or downward motion.
take off outer covering
- peel off
- keep one's eyes open (peeled)
- I do my best to use organic herbs and spices, and if I’m adding citrus peel, I scrub the citrus before peeling.
- You can swap in candied orange peel, or any standard candied fruit mix.
- It’s patent-pending, and based on the most popular peel I did in my office.
- All wood products shrink and swell as moisture in the air shifts, and if there is a lot of shrinking and swelling, paint has to shrink and swell, too, or it cracks and peels.
- Back in the late 2000s, he began showing school children how to raise worm farms in boxes, by feeding them organic waste like banana peels.
- I thought it was so sweet of them, and I had to peel it off her.
- For me as an actor, too, it was nice to be able to peel another layer off her and realize that this is something that she wants.
- So rich and delicious, so dark and layered with coffee and hazelnuts, toffee, orange peel, cigar box.
- To top with a flamed orange twist, hold a piece of orange peel about the size of a silver dollar, skin side down, over the drink.
- Holding the match a few inches above the drink, quickly squeeze the peel in the direction of the match.
- In the late eighties he returned to his native island, settled at Peel, and became a magnate there.
- Down coast, and Whitehaven; the manager of the company was my friend, and would allow the steamer to drop me at Peel.
- In what respect has the subsequent conduct of Sir Robert Peel been inconsistent with these declarations?
- He planted an ambush in the early morning, and let the hay lie till the peel men had gone out to cut their crop.
- After some consultation, these noble lords considered it advisable to offer the first place to Sir Robert Peel.