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撅起
Simplified 撅起
Traditional 撅起
Pin Yin
jue1 qi3
English
  • pucker up
Examples:
1. 她的前额蹙起,红红的下嘴唇撅起,像一个小孩要哭似的。
Her forehead corrugated, and her red under lip pushed out, like a child's ready to cry.
2. 撅起双唇发O音
Rounding the lips to articulate an o.straighten
3. 她每吃一些东西就撅起她的小嘴。
She primmed her lips after every bite of food.
4. 撅起嘴表明她的厌恶。
She pursed up her lips to show dislike.
5. 她转动着眼珠,时时撅起嘴,用她那干瘪的瘦脸贴着他那光滑、柔嫩的脸。
She rolled her eyes and screwed up her mouth and stuck her leathery thin face into his smooth bland one.
6. 那孩子撅起了嘴唇,以一种厌恶和藐视的态度转过头去说道:“他长得太丑了
The count smiled as if the child bade fair to realize his hopes, while Madame de Villefort reprimanded her son with a gentleness and moderation very far from conveying the least idea of a fault having been committed.
7. 那个女孩子撅起了嘴。
The girl pushed her lower lip out.
8. 那个小孩以前老要撅起下嘴唇。
The little boy used to push out his lower lip.
9. 撅嘴撅起嘴唇以表示不高兴或生气
To protrude the lips in an expression of displeasure or sulkiness.
10. 撅嘴伸出或撅起(嘴唇)
To push out or protrude(the lips.