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goose 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/go͞os/,
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gooses, plural; geese, plural;
  1. Poke (someone) between the buttocks

  2. Give (something) a boost; invigorate; increase
    • - the director goosed up the star's grosses by making him funny
Noun
  1. A large waterbird with a long neck, short legs, webbed feet, and a short broad bill. Generally geese are larger than ducks and have longer necks and shorter bills

  2. The female of such a bird

  3. The flesh of a goose as food

  4. A foolish person
    • - “Silly goose,” he murmured fondly
  5. A tailor's smoothing iron


  1. pinch in the buttocks; "he goosed the unsuspecting girl"
  2. web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
  3. fathead: a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
  4. prod into action
  5. flesh of a goose (domestic or wild)
  6. give a spurt of fuel to; "goose the car"
  7. Generic Substation Events (GSE) is a control model defined as per IEC 61850 which provides a fast and reliable mechanism of transferring event data over entire substation networks. ...
  8. The word goose (plural: geese) is the English name for a considerable number of birds, belonging to the family Anatidae. This family also includes swans, most of which are larger than true geese, and ducks, which are smaller.
  9. Goose are a Belgian electro rock band consisting of members Mickael Karkousse, Dave Martijn, Tom Coghe, and Bert Libeert. They are currently signed to Skint Records.
  10. The Fairchild SM-73 (originally Bull Goose) was a sub-sonic, jet powered, ground-launched Decoy Cruise missile.
  11. "The Goose" is a song by the funk band Parliament. It was released as a two-part single, the group's first on their new label Casablanca Records. It was also a track on their 1974 album Up for the Down Stroke. The song failed to chart.
  12. Any of various grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, bigger than a duck; A stupid person; A tailor's iron, heated in live coals or embers, used to press fabrics; To sharply poke or pinch someone's buttocks. ...
  13. Any of many species of fatty, web-footed wild or domesticated birds that are larger than ducks. The female is the "goose," the male is called the "gander." Roasted goose is traditional holiday fare in many European countries.
  14. slang from WWII US Naval action for a torpedo attack on surface vessels, as "we goosed them" and "they're goosing us"; see FISH.
  15. The driver who, even though they have 20 feet of clearance from the cyclist, will honk their horn, apparently for the sole purpose of announcing their existence.
  16. Goosey Gander deli, a student favorite. Also, fraternities tend to have a member nicknamed The Goose, as well.
  17. a tailor's smoothing iron, the handle resembling a goose's neck
  18. 1. A large waterfowl with a long neck and webbed feet, noted for its seasonal migrations and distinctive honking sound. True geese belong to the genus Anser and include species such as the Snow Goose, Bean Goose, Swan Goose and Greylag Goose. Domestic Geese are descended of this genus. ...
  19. and duck. These are the favoured German poultry. Duck provides dishes such as duck braised in beer or wine, stuffed with apples and prunes, served with red cabbage, etc. Goose is even more popular. ...
  20. A well-known aquatic fowl. See also Barnacle Goose.
  21. A colloquial term to describe a brief, rapid opening of the throttle to accelerate quickly.
  22. A term used for the machine that blows the keno balls up into two long tubes.
  23. (1992, CD, Megaphone Records US, Woof Records UK)
  24. The herls from the shoulder feathers are used a body materials and are easily dyed. The wing cosset feather is used for winging wet flies.
  25. quest, independence while being important part of group, using your voice, fidelity, equal partnership in raising children, movement to places of abundance when necessary, growing out of childhood molds and into your independent adult self