2016年6月3日 星期五

shenanigans, be glued to

A try-anything atmosphere prevailed at the Piatigorsky Festival, with a hint of late-night collegiate shenanigans sneaking in. Cellists sang, shouted, and banged gongs during performances.



Farage pushing a boozed-up Cameron in a shopping trolley, Miliband and Sturgeon enjoying a Highland Reel
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shenanigans Line breaks: she¦nan|igans
Pronunciation: /ʃɪˈnanɪɡ(ə)nz/


Definition of shenanigans in English:

plural noun

informal
1Secret or dishonest activity or manoeuvring:the chairman was accused of financial shenanigans
glue



Definition of glue in English:

noun

[MASS NOUN]
An adhesive substance used for sticking objects or materials together:waterproof gluefigurative what is the glue that holds companies together?

verb (gluesgluing or glueingglued)

[WITH OBJECT AND ADVERBIAL]Back to top  
1Fasten or join with or as if with glue:the wood is cut into pieces which are then glued together
1.1(be glued toinformal Be paying very closeattention to (something, especially a television):I was glued to the telly when the Olympics were on

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