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scalp 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/skalp/,
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scalps, plural;
  1. Take the scalp of (an enemy)

  2. Punish severely
    • - if I ever heard anybody doing that, I'd scalp them
  3. Sell (a ticket) for a popular event at a price higher than the official one
    • - tickets were scalped for forty times their face value
Noun
  1. The skin covering the head, excluding the face

  2. The scalp with the hair belonging to it cut or torn away from an enemy's head as a battle trophy, esp. by an American Indian


  1. the skin that covers the top of the head; "they wanted to take his scalp as a trophy"
  2. sell illegally, as on the black market
  3. remove the scalp of; "The enemies were scalped"
  4. The scalp is the anatomical area bordered by the face anteriorly and the neck to the sides and posteriorly.
  5. Barnaslingan is a high hill in County Dublin, Ireland. It is most noted for the geological feature known as The Scalp that lies to the west of the summit. ...
  6. This word has several meanings. One use is to bet both sides on the money line in such a way as to guarantee profit. For example, if New York is playing Chicago and you bet New York -140 and Chicago +155, you have a 15 cent scalp. ...
  7. To trade for small gains. Scalping normally involves establishing and liquidating a position quickly, usually within the same day, hour or even just a few minutes.
  8. is a very short term trade that captures pennies to a few dollars. The trade usually lasts a matter of minutes. ...
  9. In commodities, purchasing and selling equal amounts so there is no net position at the end of the trading day; a speculative attempt to make a quick profit by buying at the initial offering price in the hope the issue will increase and can be sold.
  10. The skin on the head from which hair grows. The scalp is greatly supplied with blood vessels.
  11. This is a trade that is made quickly with an entry and an exit within one day.
  12. suit, contamination avoidance, liquid protection
  13. There are five layers to the scalp that can be remembered by the mnemonic S-C-A-L-P.  S stands for skin.  C is subCutaneous tissue that is composed principally of fat.  A is for aponeurotica galea (See Galea). ...
  14. Placing wagers on opposite sides of the same game to ensure a profit regardless of outcome. Also know as a middle
  15. Betting both sides in an attempt to get a profit from a line move or the odds moving in your favor.