move one thing backwards and forwards on the surface of (another)
come into, or be in, contact with, by a sliding or up and down movement
"he gave the hood a quick rub"
"rub my hands"
"rub oil into her skin"
"my sweater scratches"
"Don't scratch your insect bites!"
The..cat..rubbed against her knees.
出自： K. Mansfield
One part rubs against the other.
一部分与另一部分摩擦。 rub sth against sth
The dog rubbed its head against my legs.
You've rubbed your coat against some wet paint.
Jack was not so much interested in making money, so long as he could manage to rub along.
只要日子能过得去,杰克对挣钱并不那么感兴趣。 rub along (with sb)
He and his wife seem to rub along all right.
I find it difficult to rub along with Paul, he is so unpredictable.
Trainers rub down an athlete after hard exercise.
Rubbing this special cream into the insect bite will help to take away the worst of the pain.
用这种特制油膏在虫子咬过的地方揉搓可以大大减轻痛苦。 rub into sb that/wh-clause
Parents often try to rub into their children how much they owe to them.
I thought that by now I had been able to rub into you that you must ask permission first.
The teacher rubbed the exercises off.
老师把练习擦掉了。 rub off
With the passing of time, some of the glitter of the achievement has rubbed off.
随着时间的流逝,这一光辉的成就已有所减色。 rub sth ⇔ off
The news of rigged ballots has rubbed off much of the shine of their election victory.
I'll have to rub up my French before I go to Paris.
Your English grammar needs to be rubbed up.
During those two terms at the boarding school, she rubbed shoulders with the rich.