英 ['bædʒə(r)] 美 ['bædʒər]
- n. 獾；獾皮(毛)
- v. 纠缠；一再烦扰；吵着要
- The Badger strode heavily into the room.
- A badger jumped out of a small tunnel.
- You can't badger me into going to the party.
- Reporters constantly badger her about her private life.
She began to badger him about his health.出自： F. O
Badgered by Field Marshal Model to capture the Arnhem bridge quickly.出自： C. Ryan
I could easily have been talked, badgered and teased out of my belief.出自： L. van der Post