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worm

noun
 
 
/wɜːm/ US  /wɝːm/
[C] a small animal with a long narrow soft body without arms, legs or bones
蠕虫
The kiwi eats worms, other invertebrates, and berries.
鹬鸵以蠕虫、其他无脊椎动物和浆果为食。
Worms, snails, slugs and similar animals
[C] the young of particular types of insect
(某些昆虫的)幼虫
It's distressing enough to find a worm in your apple but finding half of one is worse.
在苹果里发现一条虫子已经够让人厌恶了,如果发现半条就更糟了。
→  See also woodworm The development and parts of insects
[C] a type of worm that lives in an animal's intestine, feeding on the food there, or on an animal's body, feeding off its blood
寄生虫
a parasitic worm
寄生虫
The vet says our dog has worms.
兽医说我们的狗体内有寄生虫。
→  See also tapeworm Worms, snails, slugs and similar animals
[S] informal an unpleasant person who does not deserve respect
惹人讨厌的人;懦夫
Don't be such a worm, you don't have to lie to me.
别这么懦弱,你不必向我撒谎的。
People of little importanceUnpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men
Translations of “worm”
in Spanish gusano, lombriz…
in Arabic دودة…
in Korean 벌레…
in Portuguese verme…
in French ver (de terre)…
in German der Wurm…
in Catalan cuc…
in Japanese (ミミズなどの細長くて脚のない)虫…
in Russian червяк…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蠕蟲, (某些昆蟲的)幼蟲, 寄生蟲…
in Italian verme…
in Turkish kurt, solucan…
in Polish robak…
(Definition of worm noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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