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bait 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/bāt/,
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baits, plural;
  1. Deliberately annoy or taunt (someone)
    • - the other boys reveled in baiting him about his love of literature
  2. Torment (a trapped or restrained animal), esp. by allowing dogs to attack it

  3. Prepare (a hook, trap, net, or fishing area) with bait to entice fish or animals as prey
    • - she baited a trap with carrots and corn
  4. Lure; entice
    • - workers baited by your carrot powers of hiring
  5. Stop on a journey to take food or a rest
    • - they stopped to bait at an inn
  6. Give food to (horses) on a journey
    • - while their horses were baited, they entered the public room
Noun
  1. Food used to entice fish or other animals as prey
    • - herrings make excellent bait for pike
    • - fishing with live baits
  2. An allurement; a thing intended to tempt or entice
    • - she used the prospect of freedom as bait to trap him into talking
    • - many potential buyers are reluctant to take the bait

  1. anything that serves as an enticement
  2. tease: harass with persistent criticism or carping; "The children teased the new teacher"; "Don't ride me so hard over my failure"; "His fellow workers razzed him when he wore a jacket and tie"
  3. lure, entice, or entrap with bait
  4. something used to lure fish or other animals into danger so they can be trapped or killed
  5. attack with dogs or set dogs upon
  6. (baiting) harassment especially of a tethered animal
  7. Bait or Baiting is the act of worrying or tormenting a chained or confined animal by setting game dogs upon it for sport. The dogs bite, and tear to subdue the opposing animal by incapacitating or killing it. Baiting is a blood sport used for entertainment and gambling. ...
  8. Bait is a 2000 comedy-crime film starring Jamie Foxx and David Morse. It was directed by Antoine Fuqua.
  9. Fishing bait is any substance used to attract and catch fish, e.g. on the end of a fishing hook, or inside a fish trap. Traditionally, nightcrawlers, insects, and smaller bait fish have been used for this purpose. ...
  10. Bait is any substance used to attract prey, e.g. in a mousetrap.
  11. Alex Sánchez is a Mexican-American author of award-winning novels for teens and adults. His first novel, Rainbow Boys (2001), was selected by the American Library Association (ALA), as a “Best Book for Young Adults”. ...
  12. A beit (also spelled bait) is a unit of poetry of Arabic poetry and Persian roots.
  13. Any substance, especially food, used in catching fish, or other animals, by alluring them to a hook, snare, trap, or net; Food containing poison or a harmful additive to kill animals that are pests; Anything which allures; a lure; enticement; temptation; A portion of food or drink, as a ...
  14. (Baiting) A strategic move also known as angling, chumming, fishing, tempting. When you discard with the intention of inducing your opponent to discard one rank away.
  15. (Baiting) Tormenting or teasing by saying annoying or cruel things.
  16. (Baiting) Using food (bait) to get your dog to stand itself for the judge
  17. (Baiting) a term normally used to describe the provision of food and water used to encourage birds into some type of trap
  18. (Baits) Crankbait - A minnow or small fish imitator. They vary widely in size and shape. Many have a bill on the front to make the bait dive when retrieved, and to impart a side to side wobble on the bait. ...
  19. (Baits) they are constituted by organic matter in decomposition generally of animal, but also of vegetable origin. Generally the cavernicole organisms are saprophage and developed chemical receivers and they are attracted by the strong smells diffuse from the baits.
  20. Can mean live bait or artificial bait, such as a lure.
  21. The food or object the handler uses to focus the dog's attention or to have it look alert in the ring.
  22. The basic format of the yeast-two hybrid system involves the creation of two hybrid molecules, one in which the "bait" protein is fused with a transcription factor, and one in which the "prey" protein is fused with a related transcription factor. ...
  23. food or other attractant used to attract an animal
  24. Food material (natural or artificial) placed in a trap or on a hook, used to entice and thus to aid the capture of fish.
  25. 1.(noun. bayt) food, particularly packed lunch. e.g. Am just mekkin me bait. = I am just packing these sandwiches, will I know wil be rancid by lunch time, and this banana, and this chocolate biscuit, and this munch bunch strawberry flavoured yoghurt in this old margarine/ice cream tub to take ...