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sock
n
1 short stocking (usu of wool, nylon or cotton) covering the ankle and lower part of the leg, usu well below the knee 短袜
    a pair of socks 一双短袜.
2 (idm 习语) pull one´s `socks up (Brit infml 口) (make an effort to) improve one´s performance (努力)改进自己的表现或成绩
    His teachers told him to pull his socks up, or he´d undoubtedly fail his exam. 老师要他加把劲儿, 不然考试准不及格. put a `sock in it (dated Brit infml 旧, 口) be quiet; stop talking or making a noise 安静下来; 不再讲话; 不再弄出响声
    Can´t you put a sock in it? I´m trying to work. 别出声了好不好? 我要工作呢.
sock n (infml 口) strong blow, esp one given with the fist 重击(尤指用拳)
    Give him a sock on the jaw! 给他下巴上来一拳! sock, v
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(infml 口) give (sb) such a blow 狠揍(某人)(尤指用拳)
    Sock him on the jaw! 揍他的下巴!
2 (idm 习语) sock it to sb (dated infml 旧, 口) attack sb forcefully; express oneself forcefully 猛力攻击某人; 有力地表达意见
    The speaker really socked it to them! 发言的人给他们个迎头痛击!