bloat

bloat bloat verb • to swell or make sth swell, especially in an unpleasant way • (使)膨胀,肿胀: ▪ [VN]
»Her features had been bloated by years of drinking.
她酗酒多年,已变得面部浮肿。
▪ [also V]
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[blәut]
vt. 使膨脹, 醃制
vi. 膨脹, 腫起, 得意
n. 腫脹病人

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  • bloat — ► VERB ▪ cause to swell with fluid or gas. DERIVATIVES bloated adjective. ORIGIN perhaps from an Old Norse word meaning soft, flabby …   English terms dictionary

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