something
  • US /ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
  • UK /ˈsʌmθɪŋ/
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解釋
  • pron. 什麼 ; 某物 ; 稍為 ; 有價值的東西 ; 了不起的人物 ; 幾分 ; 極為 ; 某種事物 ; 有些事物;
例句
  • There’s something in my drink
  1. a word that commonly denotes a variable in an example syntax
    the definition of [%s] said type "slang something" and I'm a hyper-literalist and/or wise-ass and ended up here
  2. What is left over after wrapping both hand around your erect cock. Thats something; either you have it or you don't.
    "I have something, about an inch in-a-half of something. Wanta see it?" I asked with a grin. "What is it?" she replied. Now she has a restaining order against me. All cause of alittle something.
  3. [Some]-[thing]. Very simple, really. The name says it all.
    Something is poking me.
  4. an indescribable level of recognition, one that is innately understood between two people.
    We're something, eh?
  5. experimentation with sex positions
    "We can just do somethings tonight if you cant think of anything else to do..."
  6. Something that is not yet known, but will be in the future. It is a very boring word.
    Michael: "I've just found the most spoken word in the English dictionary and no one has written a meaning on Urban dicks yet!" Sandra: "What's that? Michael: "I'm don't know. It was something."