to translate "sth锟斤拷锟絜" by computers
in for sth
[American slang] due to receive a surprise; due to receive punishment. (When the something is it, the it usually means punishment.) I hope I'm not in for any surprises ...
in on sth
[American slang] 1. involved with something, such as an organization or an idea; informed about special plans. (Typically: be ~; come ~; get ~; let someone ~.) There is a p...
[American slang] 1. taking a medication. I am on an antibiotic for my chest cold. I want you to be on this drug for another week. 2. taking an illegal dr...
Noun: STH A hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland; promotes growth in humans - somatotropin , somatotrophin , somatotropic hormone , somatotrophic hormone , human g...
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reduce sth from sth to sth
[American slang] to diminish something from one degree to a lower degree. I will reduce the fine from two hundred dollars to one hundred dollars. Mary reduced ...
switch sth (from sth) (in)to sth
[American slang] to change something from one thing into another. The magician switched the silk scarf from red into green. I would love to be able to switch l...
abbreviate sth to sth
[American slang] 1. and abbreviate something as something to make specific initials or an acronym out of a word or phrase. The phrase was abbreviated to ABC. 2. to ...
absorb sth in(to) sth
[American slang] [of matter or substance] to draw something into itself. The sponge absorbed all the moisture into its fibers.
absorb sth with sth
[American slang] to soak up a fluid with something. Henry absorbed the spilled milk with a sponge.