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flesh 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/fleSH/,
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fleshes, plural;
  1. Put weight on
    • - he had fleshed out to a solid 220 pounds
  2. Add more details to something that exists only in a draft or outline form
    • - the theorists have fleshed out a variety of scenarios
  3. Give (a hound or hawk) a piece of the flesh of game that has been killed in order to incite it

  4. Initiate (someone) in bloodshed or warfare
    • - he fleshed his troops by indulging them with enterprises against the enemy's posts
  5. Remove the flesh adhering to (a skin or hide)
    • - after fleshing, the hide is soaked again
Noun
  1. The soft substance consisting of muscle and fat that is found between the skin and bones of an animal or a human
    • - she grabbed Anna's arm, her fingers sinking into the flesh
  2. This substance in an animal or fish, regarded as food
    • - boned lamb flesh
    • - a flesh-eater
  3. The pulpy substance of a fruit or vegetable, esp. the part that is eaten
    • - halve the avocados and scrape out the flesh
  4. Fat
    • - he carries no spare flesh
  5. The skin or surface of the human body with reference to its color, appearance, or sensual properties
    • - she gasped as the cold water hit her flesh
  6. The human body and its physical needs and desires, esp. as contrasted with the mind or the soul
    • - I have never been one to deny the pleasures of the flesh
  7. Flesh color


  1. the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat
  2. remove adhering flesh from (hides) when preparing leather manufacture
  3. human body: alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
  4. pulp: a soft moist part of a fruit
  5. (fleshly) animal(a): marked by the appetites and passions of the body; "animal instincts"; "carnal knowledge"; "fleshly desire"; "a sensual delight in eating"; "music is the only sensual pleasure without vice"
  6. (fleshy) usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it
  7. In vertebrate animals, excluding fish, flesh is the colloquial for biological tissue which consists of skeletal muscles, fat, and organs as opposed to bones, viscera and integuments. Flesh may be used as food, in which case it is is called meat.
  8. Flesh is a 1932 black-and-white drama film directed by John Ford (uncredited) and starring Wallace Beery as a German wrestler. Some of the script was written by Moss Hart and an uncredited William Faulkner.
  9. Flesh is the second studio album by David Gray, initially released in September 1994, and re-released along with Gray's debut album A Century Ends on July 2, 2001. In the United States, the album featured a photo of a storefront's window display as its album cover.
  10. Flesh is a self-released demo EP by Swiss Industrial metal band Apollyon Sun, released in 2002. This CD was manufactured in a limited quantity exclusively for the purpose of shopping the Apollyon Sun project to the recording industry and not released to the public. ...
  11. Human skin color can range from almost black (in skin with very high concentrations of the dark brown pigment melanin) to nearly colorless (appearing pinkish white due to the blood vessels under the skin). Skin color is determined primarily by the amount and type of melanin. ...
  12. Flesh is a recurring comic strip in the weekly anthology comic 2000AD created by writer Pat Mills.
  13. (fleshly) corporeal or bodily; sensual; worldly; Carnally; sexually
  14. “They are fleshly men…” Sensual, worldly, not spiritual; possessed of carnal desires.
  15. Fleshy is a synonym for chewy, meaty, or beefy. It denotes that the wine has a lot of body, alcohol, and extract, and usually a high glycerin content. Chāteauneuf-du-Pape and Hermitage are particularly fleshy wines.
  16. (Fleshy) Flavourful and soft, generally with relatively little tannin.
  17. (Fleshy) Soft and smooth in texture, with very little tannin.
  18. (Fleshy) A wine with a noticeable perception of fruit and extract.
  19. (Fleshy) The term used to describe a rich textural impression of a wine.
  20. (Fleshy) Fatness of fruit; big, ripe.
  21. (FLESHY) Refers to both body and texture. A fleshy wine tastes fatter than a meaty wine, exhibiting some excess oiliness if too pronounced. Often suggests great smoothness and richness.
  22. (Fleshy) A descriptor for a rich textural or tactile impression of some wines.
  23. (Fleshy) A flesh-based character, as opposed to a toaster.
  24. (Fleshy) A soft textured wine
  25. (Fleshy) A wine with a lot of big, ripe fruitiness. These wines are thick on the palate. Glycerine can also give a fleshy impression in the mouth.