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sledge 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/slej/,
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sledges, plural;
  1. Carry (a load or passengers) on a sledge
    • - the task of sledging lifeboats across tundra
Noun
  1. A sledgehammer


  1. sled: a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow
  2. transport in a sleigh
  3. maul: a heavy long-handled hammer used to drive stakes or wedges
  4. ride in or travel with a sledge; "the antarctic expedition sledged along the coastline"; "The children sledged all day by the lake"
  5. sledgehammer: beat with a sledgehammer
  6. A sled is a sliding vehicle designed to transport passengers and/or cargo by using a running mechanism and smooth undersides instead of wheels. ...
  7. Sledge is the name of several characters in the various Transformers universes. Sledge has always been portrayed as a Decepticon-aligned construction vehicle.
  8. (Sledging (bodyboarding)) Riverboarding is the North American name for a boardsport in which the participant is prone on the board with fins on his feet for propulsion and steering. This sport is also known as hydrospeed in Europe and white-water sledging in New Zealand. ...
  9. (Sledging (cricket)) Sledging is a term used in cricket to describe the practice whereby some players seek to gain an advantage by insulting or verbally intimidating the opposing batsman. ...
  10. (Sledging) Not the act of travelling downhill at speed on a toboggan, but the act of verbally abusing or unsettling a batsman, in an attempt to make him lose concentration and give his wicket away. Often offensive, occasionally amusing, always a topic of conversation.
  11. (Sledging) This method of dismissing the batsman was first perfected by the Australian Test XI in 1952. "Sledging" a batsman involves calling nasty names or saying horrible (and untrue!) things about his mother. ...
  12. (Sledging) Trash talking. There is constant chatter going on between the fielding team and the opposing batsmen with the purpose of unnerving players and taking them off their games. Most of the sledging will come from the wicketkeeper and the closest fieldsmen to the batsmen. ...
  13. (Sledging) Verbal abuse to psychologically upset a player.
  14. (Sledging) refers to the verbal abuse used to disrupt the cricket player’s concentration.
  15. this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-look alike may sometimes be a little hard because of his bulking build and super speed. In order to complete Bay Area stage, it's much more a matter of avoiding his titanium plate attacks and escaping his light speed rushes. ...
  16. 1. (sport) attempt to break the concentration of a person battering by abuse, needling, etc. 2. criticise severely.
  17. To use either abusive or offensive words against an opponent. The Aussies refer to this practice as “Mental Disintegration.” The term sledge, was a shortened term taken from the Australian saying “as subtle as a sledgehammer.”
  18. Verbal abuse of one sports player to another in order to break focus on the play. The Oxford Australian lists it as a cricket term pertaining to a fielder heckling a batter. However, I heard it on the news with regard to a footy player sledging another player, i.e. ...
  19. Created by the Quorum, Sledge was a super-powered soldier that went rogue and fought Warrior and Steel in Washington, D.C. He would later join Martika's affiliation of Gardner villains. Believed to have died as part of the Suicide Squad, he appeared later as part of the Society.
  20. A heavy hand hammer having a long handle for use by both hands.
  21. Method of mentally unsettling an opponent by cleverly preying on his self-doubts and specific weaknesses; or alternatively just calling him a cee from the slips.
  22. sliding carriage on machine table to carry wood over blades