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bloke 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/blōk/,
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blokes, plural;
  1. A man; a fellow


  1. chap: a boy or man; "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss"; "he's a good bloke"
  2. Bloke is the recording name of Israeli electronic music artist Yaniv Navot. Yaniv Navot was born September 8th, 1981 in Haifa, Israel. Bloke specializes in Glitch, IDM, Drum and bass and experimental electronic music.
  3. Bloke (Mickey Tork), also known as Rainbow, is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Universe. He was created by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred in X-Force (vol. 1) #117 (2001).
  4. Bloke is a municipality in Slovenia. It gets its name from the karstic plateau over which the majority of its 45 settlements are scattered. ...
  5. (Blokes (2010 film)) Currently in production in North Queensland, starring Ron Odgers, Robert Zandonadi, Rick Romeo and directed by Adrian Van Rossum, Blokes is an Australian production by Heartlink Films.
  6. A man (usually in the sense: the typical ‘man on the street’, an ordinary, down-to-earth man, often stressing manhood in a very physical sense); compare sheila (the nearest female equivalent, in Australian slang); An anglophone man
  7. man, usually a stranger, as in 'that bloke down the road'
  8. a man, often used to describe a positive attribute, a male that works hard."Max is a good bloke to trust"
  9. (informal) – A man, such as “John’s a good bloke”.
  10. A guy in American. A "good bloke" would be like a "nice guy".
  11. generic term for a man (also common in British English).
  12. Slang for the second in command of a ship.
  13. n. pron. "blowk" (English); "bloke" (the rest of us). The closest American equivalent is guy, and it is pretty close. A bloke is a joe public, a random punter - any old guy off the street. Where it differs from guy is that it can't apply to your friends. ...
  14. n. 1. Guy or fellow, as in, ``The bloke nicked me light!''
  15. a guy, a man. "A guy thing" or "one of the guys" will most frequently be heard as "a bloke thing" or "one of the blokes."
  16. A man. Sometimes a man in authority, such as ones boss.
  17. Definition: Man, guy, fella Example: "Jeez, he’s a big bloke"
  18. British slang for man. A bloke can be a ‘good bloke’, a ‘decent bloke’ or an ‘ordinary bloke’. He’s probably called Dave or Rob and enjoys ‘banter’. There’s no such thing as, say, a ‘fragrant’ bloke.
  19. n. A man. "What’s that dodgy bloke up to?"
  20. n. A guy. Similar to "chap."
  21. chum; lad; fellow; man; guy
  22. a man who you don’t know.