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crust 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/krəst/,
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crusts, plural;
  1. Form into a hard outer layer
    • - the blisters eventually crust over
  2. Cover with a hard outer layer
    • - the burns crusted his cheek
Noun
  1. The tough outer part of a loaf of bread
    • - a sandwich with the crusts cut off
    • - I tore off several pieces of crust from the loaf
  2. A hard, dry scrap of bread
    • - a kindly old woman might give her a crust
  3. A slice of bread from the end of the loaf

  4. A layer of pastry covering a pie

  5. A hardened layer, coating, or deposit on the surface of something, esp. something soft
    • - a crust of snow
  6. The outermost layer of rock of which a planet consists, esp. the part of the earth above the mantle
    • - the earth's crust
    • - at the midocean ridge new crust is formed
  7. A deposit of tartrates and other substances formed in wine aged in the bottle, esp. port


  1. the outer layer of the Earth
  2. form a crust or form into a crust; "The bread crusted in the oven"
  3. a hard outer layer that covers something
  4. the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
  5. (crusted) having a hardened crust as a covering
  6. Cruft (occasionally kruft) is computing jargon for "code, data, or software of poor quality". The term may also refer to debris that accumulates on computer equipment. ...
  7. Crust is the third full-length studio album by the Italian progressive death metal band Sadist, released in 1997 by Displeased Records. This time we have Trevor on vocals and Oinos on drums. ...
  8. In baking, a crust is the outer, hard skin of bread or the shell of a pie. Generally, it is made up of at least shortening or another fat, water, flour, and salt. It may also include milk, sugar, or other ingredients that contribute to the taste or texture. ...
  9. Crust was a musical group from Austin, Texas that was active during the late-1980s and 1990s and was featured on Trance Syndicate Records, a record label run by King Coffey from the Butthole Surfers. The groups members were John Hawkins (vocals and misc.), Jerry Page (bass and misc. ...
  10. Bread is a staple food prepared by cooking a dough of flour and water and frequently additional ingredients. Doughs are usually baked, but in some cuisines breads are steamed, fried, or baked on an unoiled skillet. It may be leavened or unleavened. ...
  11. There are many conditions of or affecting the human integumentary system—the organ system that comprises the entire surface of the body and includes skin, hair, nails, and related muscle and glands.
  12. (Crusting) Dried fluid that seeps from skin in some clients following hair removal such as laser, electrolysis, and depilatories. It's best to keep these crusts clean and not pick them to avoid infection and scarring. These crusts are also called eschars.
  13. (crusting) ‚ A condition that occurs when the surface of freshly placed concrete dries too quickly, often due to exposure to direct sun, wind, or high temperatures.
  14. (Crusting) is when the hide/skin is thinned, retanned and lubricated. Often, a coloring operation is included in the crusting subprocess. The chemicals added during crusting have to be fixed in place. The culmination of the crusting subprocess is the drying and softening operations. ...
  15. (Crusting) Hardening of the surface layers of soil, making seed emergence difficult and promoting water run-off.
  16. (Crusting) sealing of the soil surface by fine soil particles. These block the larger pores, reducing the movement of gases into and from the soil and reducing the penetration of water.
  17. (crusting) formation de croûtes
  18. a formation of dried blood, pus, or other skin fluid over a break in the skin.
  19. Leather which has been tanned (treated to become nonperishable) but not colored or otherwise finished.
  20. The sediment formed by vintage Port.
  21. Sediment, generally potassium bitartrate, that adheres to the inside of a wine bottle.
  22. Refers to a frozen layer either covering softer snow or buried under a fresh dusting of snow.
  23. The Earth’s outer shell, made of solid rock that is between 7-70 kilometres thick.
  24. Earth's outer layer of rock. Also called the lithosphere.
  25. The outermost layer of the Earth. Estimated to be between 5–50km thick. Made of solid rock of all types (metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary).