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ooze

verb [I + adv/prep, T]     /uːz/
to flow slowly out of something through a small opening, or to slowly produce a thick sticky liquid 滲出;冒出;分泌出 Blood was still oozing out of the wound. 傷口還在往外滲血。 She removed the bandage to reveal a red swollen wound oozing pus. 她解下繃帶,露出紅腫滲膿的傷口。 The waiter brought her a massive pizza oozing (with) cheese. 侍者給她端來一大塊淌著起司的薄餅。 figurative He oozes (= has a lot of) charm/confidence. 他魅力/信心十足。 Movement of liquids
(Definition of ooze verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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