2016年4月8日 星期五

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From chunk to hunk: this obese dog lost half his body weighthttp://cnn.it/1RHoJF3



Classic FM ranks Leonard ‪#‎Bernstein‬ the hunkiest classical musician, past or present. Do you agree? Are any classical hunks missing from the ranking?
The success of Apple’s mobile devices gives the firm an opportunity to capture a goodly chunk of the emerging mobile-advertising market.


hunky

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Pronunciation: /ˈhʌŋki /


ADJECTIVE (hunkierhunkiest)

informal
(Of a manlarge, strong, and sexually attractive:the sexy stars fell out over hunky footballer Lee

hunk

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Pronunciation: /hʌŋk /


NOUN

1large piece of something, especially food, cut or broken off a larger piece:a hunk of bread

Origin

early 19th century: probably of Dutch or Low Germanorigin.


chunky 

Pronunciation: /ˈtʃʌŋki/ 

ADJECTIVE (chunkierchunkiest)

1.1(Of a person) short and sturdy:squat, chunky man whose face was stitched by tiny red veins
2(Of food) containing chunks or thick pieces of something:a chunky soup
good·ly (gʊd') pronunciation
adj., -li·er, -li·est.
  1. Quite large; considerable: a goodly sum.
  2. Of pleasing appearance; comely.
goodliness good'li·ness n.

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