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snug

adjective
 
 
/snʌɡ/ (snugger, snuggest)
(of a person) feeling warm, comfortable and protected, or (of a place, especially a small place) giving feelings of warmth, comfort and protection
(人)感到温暖舒适的;(地方)暖和的
We curled up in bed, all snug and warm, and listened to the storm outside.
我们蜷缩在床上,温暖又舒适,听着外面的暴风雨声。
I bet your feet are nice and snug in your fur-lined boots!
我敢说你的脚放在毛衬里的皮靴里又暖和又舒适!
WarmComfortable and uncomfortable
fitting closely
紧身的,紧的
These shoes are a bit too snug - do you have them in a larger size?
这双鞋有点儿太紧——你们有没有大一号的?
Tight and tighteningThe style, appearance, and make-up of clothes
snugly
 
 
/ˈsnʌɡ.li/ adverb
She's curled up snugly in the armchair, reading a book.
她舒适地蜷缩在扶手椅里看书。
If we put the washing machine over there the fridge will fit snugly (= closely) into this space.
如果我们把洗衣机放在那里,这处空间就刚好能放下冰箱。
WarmComfortable and uncomfortable
(Definition of snug adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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