a small flat cloth bag sewn into or onto a garment, for keeping small articles in
put into one's pocket
take (money or sth small) for one's own use, especially dishonestly
small enough to be carried in pocket; smaller than the usual size
"the trapped miners found a pocket of air"
"they dipped into the taxpayers' pockets"
"the ball hit the pocket and gave him a perfect strike"
"they were concentrated in pockets inside the city"
"the battle was won except for cleaning up pockets of resistance"
"He pocketed the change"
From the pocket of her coat she took out a notepad.
出自： R. Frame
Not allowed to keep their hands in the pockets of their shorts.
出自： M. M. R. Khan
Lucy Locket lost her pocket, Kitty Fisher found it; Not a penny was there in it, Only ribbon round it.
I withdraw, locking the door behind me and pocketing the key.
出自： J. M. Coetzee
Even before he plunges into his programme, he has his audience in his pocket.
误 He was standing there with his hands in the pockets.
正 He was standing there with his hands in his pockets.
析 在表示“某人的手放在衣袋里”时, pocket前用物主代词,而不用定冠词。