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Translation of "cake" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

cake

verb [T usually passive]     /keɪk/
to cover something or someone thickly with a substance that then dries out (用會變乾的東西厚厚地)覆蓋 The men were caked in layers of filth and grime. 他們身上積了一層層污垢。 boots caked with mud 黏著泥巴的靴子 Covering and adding layers
Translations of “cake”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用会变干的东西厚厚地)覆盖…
(Definition of cake verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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