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stoke 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/stōk/,
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stoked, past tense; stoked, past participle; stoking, present participle; stokes, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Add coal or other solid fuel to (a fire, furnace, or boiler)

  2. Encourage or incite (a strong emotion or tendency)
    • - his composure had the effect of stoking her anger
  3. Excite or thrill
    • - when they told me I was on the team, I was stoked
  4. Consume a large quantity of food or drink to give one energy
    • - Carol was at the coffee machine, stoking up for the day

  1. stir up or tend; of a fire
  2. Stoke Hundred was a hundred in Buckinghamshire, England. It was situated in the south of the county and was bounded on the east by Middlesex and on the south by Berkshire.
  3. Stoke was a borough constituency in Stoke-on-Trent which returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Elections were held using the first past the post voting system.
  4. (Stoked (song)) "Stoked" is an instrumental written by Brian Wilson for the American pop band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1963 album Surfin' USA.
  5. (Stoked (TV series)) Stoked (Stylized as Stōked) is a Canadian animated TV series produced by Fresh TV Inc. It is produced by Jennifer Pertsch and Tom McGillis and premiered on Teletoon on June 25, 2009. ...
  6. (Stoked (video game)) Stoked is a snowboarding video game developed by Austrian based Bongfish GmbH exclusively for the Xbox 360 video game console in 2009. It is the latest entry in the Stoked Rider snowboard game series and is in association with Absinthe Films.
  7. (Stokes (lunar crater)) Stokes is a lunar crater that is nestled in the curve formed by the craters Regnault to the north, Volta along the northeast, and Langley. This formation of craters lies nearly along the northwestern limb of the Moon, where their visibility is affected by libration effects.
  8. A unit of kinematic viscosity equal to that of a fluid with a viscosity of one poise and a density of one gram per millilitre; To stir up and feed, especially, a fire or furnace
  9. Stoke-on-Trent
  10. (stoked) Feeling excitement or an exciting rush
  11. (stoked) adj. euphoric feeling of enlightenment, caused by adrenaline rushing to the brain during a gonzo clean. stoned adj. describes a rider after a crash which imbeds stones into the rider's skin.
  12. (stoked) (Say: st - oh - ked) - To be excited about something; probably that great ride or new carbon frame.
  13. (stoked) ready and psyched up for a surf, full of enthusiasm
  14. (Stoked) Term used to describe excitement of a rider.
  15. (Stoked) Totally happy about something.
  16. "I'm stoked man! I jus got toobed!"
  17. (STOKED) Totally amped*, revved up, happy. ‘The oke* was so stoked after making that wave.’
  18. (Stoked) (adj.) Commonly used term by extreme board sport enthusiasts which refers to the highest attainable and most pleasurable emotional and physical sensation for a human being that is brought on by the accomplishment, or the sheer enjoyment of a physically challenging, adrenaline producing, ...
  19. (Stoked) (n) – [stokd] – excited. “I’m so stoked to go to Chenga World tomorrow.”
  20. (Stoked) A totally intense feeling that you just did (or are about to do) something awesome.
  21. (Stoked) Describes riders when they are pumped up and confident.
  22. (Stoked) Excl. Very excited. ie. “I am so stoked, I just found twenty bucks o­n the ground.”
  23. (Stoked) Extremely pleased and satisfied with the condition of the surf and/or your surf session.
  24. (Stoked) The feeling of doing something well.
  25. (Stoked) To be super pumped on something, friggen awesome!. Ie. The waves are going off, I’m so stoked right now!