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bask

verb [I usually + adv/prep]     /bɑːsk/ US  /bæsk/
to lie or sit enjoying the warmth especially of the sun 曬太陽;取暖 We could see seals on the rocks, basking in the sun. 我們可以看到海豹在岩石上曬太陽。 Calming and relaxing
Translations of “bask”
in Vietnamese tắm nắng…
in Spanish estar tumbado al sol…
in Thai อาบแดด…
in Malaysian berjemur…
in French (se) dorer…
in German sich sonnen…
in Indonesian berjemur…
in Russian греться…
in Turkish güneşlenmek, sıcak bir yerde uzanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 晒太阳, 取暖…
in Polish wygrzewać się…
(Definition of bask from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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