prick / prɪk /


prick3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a puncture made by a needle, thorn, or the like.
  2. a sharp point; prickle.
  3. the act of pricking: the prick of a needle.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to pierce with a sharp point; puncture.
  2. to affect with sharp pain, as from piercing.
  3. to cause sharp mental pain to; sting, as with remorse, anger, etc.: His conscience pricked him.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to perform the action of piercing or puncturing something.
  2. to have a sensation of being pricked.
  3. to spur or urge a horse on; ride rapidly.
  4. to rise erect or point upward, as the ears of an animal.

prick 近义词

n. 名词 noun

small hole made by stab

n. 名词 noun

penis (vulgar)

n. 名词 noun

highly unpleasant man

prick 的近义词 6
v. 动词 verb

stab, perforate


  1. Using a fork, prick each potato in several places, then place them on the baking sheet and bake for about 30 minutes.
  2. They were meant to prick, humiliate and demoralize the soldiers so they would defect from the war.
  3. Using the sharp point of the knife, prick the duck skin all over except for the drumsticks.
  4. Note that you should never prick or slice open quality sausages before cooking them.
  5. The company 1Drop Diagnostics, which is developing credit card–sized chips to detect chemical markers of different diseases in blood samples from a finger prick, is working on portable blood tests for astronauts.
  6. For those of you who believe in following the money, prick up your ears.
  7. Prick the bladder with a needle every so often,” she advises sagely, “to keep it from exploding.
  8. The columnist was a royal prick, but he had this soft spot for Damon Runyon, who was dying at the time.
  9. The prick of conscience she has alerts us to the fact that she is different from Francis—or just at a different stage of her life.
  10. A 1992 episode of the sitcom imagined what it would be like if a bubble boy was actually kind of prick.
  11. Then they continue to prick the body, and, as they say, they draw off or suck out the humors until the body is left dry.
  12. She ain't all greyhound; but the best man as ever I knew always said there never was a prick-eared one a bad 'un.
  13. This time I had my ankus with me, so that in case he should run away again I could prick his neck and make him behave.
  14. In Stanley's experience one man died within a minute, from a mere pin prick in the breast.
  15. Then the Loon tried to prick the Tin Woodman's leg, but the tin only blunted the point of the thorn.