peel / pil /


peel4 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to strip of its skin, rind, bark, etc.: to peel an orange.
  2. to strip from something: to peel paint from a car.
  3. Croquet. to cause to go through a wicket.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to come off; become separated.
  2. to lose the skin, rind, bark, paint, etc.
  3. Informal. to undress.
  4. Metallurgy. to lose, or tend to lose, the outer layer.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the skin or rind of a fruit, vegetable, etc.
  2. Metallurgy. the presence of a brittle outer layer on a malleable iron casting.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. peel off, to remove or be removed: The old skin peeled leave a flying formation of aircraft with a banking turn, usually from one end of an turn off or leave: We peeled off the highway onto a dirt remove in a swift upward or downward motion.

peel 近义词

n. 名词 noun

skin, covering

peel 的近义词 10
peel 的反义词 2
v. 动词 verb

take off outer covering


  • peel off
  • keep one's eyes open (peeled)


  1. I do my best to use organic herbs and spices, and if I’m adding citrus peel, I scrub the citrus before peeling.
  2. You can swap in candied orange peel, or any standard candied fruit mix.
  3. It’s patent-pending, and based on the most popular peel I did in my office.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. I thought it was so sweet of them, and I had to peel it off her.
  7. 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.
  8. So rich and delicious, so dark and layered with coffee and hazelnuts, toffee, orange peel, cigar box.
  9. 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.
  10. Holding the match a few inches above the drink, quickly squeeze the peel in the direction of the match.
  11. In the late eighties he returned to his native island, settled at Peel, and became a magnate there.
  12. Down coast, and Whitehaven; the manager of the company was my friend, and would allow the steamer to drop me at Peel.
  13. In what respect has the subsequent conduct of Sir Robert Peel been inconsistent with these declarations?
  14. He planted an ambush in the early morning, and let the hay lie till the peel men had gone out to cut their crop.
  15. After some consultation, these noble lords considered it advisable to offer the first place to Sir Robert Peel.