be one or more laps ahead of (another competitor) in a race
drink by taking up with the tongue, as a cat does
wrap or fold (cloth, etc.)
(of water) to move with a sound like the lapping up of liquid
the front part of a seated person between the waist and the knees
part of a dress
a single journey round or along the track
"he picked up the little girl and plopped her down in his lap"
"the job fell right in my lap"
"his lap was covered with food stains"
"the lap of the shingles should be at least ten inches"
"he drove an extra lap just for insurance"
"the dog's laps were warm and wet"
"the dog licked her hand"
"The bubbles swoshed around in the glass"
"The curtain swooshed open"
"The cat lapped up the milk"
"the cub licked the milk from its mother's breast"
"the waves laved the shore"
Wiped his eyes..with the lap of his plaid.
出自： James Hogg
One lap of MacDowall's shirt curved out from beneath his sweater..like half an apron.
出自： B. Hines
Those logs were joined together by a lap of about two feet at each end.
出自： Z. M. Pike
A puppy laps water from a can.
出自： R. Jarrell
He would lap a Piece of it about a Sore Toe.
The anaconda was lapped about herself in one corner of her box.
出自： A. S. Byatt
The ends of the cloth lap round the hole.
布的四角包住那个洞。 lap sth about〔around,round〕 sth
The nurse lapped a bandage around his wrist.
The waves were lapping against the side of the boat.
The sea was lapping on the rocks.
The little waves were lapping on the beach.
He lapped himself in a blanket.
The mother lapped the child in a blanket.
The nurse lapped his wrist in a bandage.
Life flowed smoothly on lapping him in a changeless vacuum.
The upper wings lap over.
上翼收回来。 lap sth ⇔ over
The edges of the paper have been lapped over.
The ends are lapped over to prevent them rubbing.
把边折了起来以免磨损。 lap over
This mat is too big for the room, it laps over at the edges.
Don't forget that we have to see the director at midday, we must make sure that this meeting doesn't lap over.
两幅照片是搭接在一起。 lap sth over sth
The boat is built by lapping the edge of one board over the board underneath.
The reign of Queen Elizabeth lapped over into the seventeenth century.