英 [ʊmf; uːmf]
- "sexual attractiveness," 1937, suggestive visceral physical sound. Ann Sheridan (1915â1967) was the original Hollywood oomph girl (1939).
- 1. "There's no buzz, there's no oomph about the place," he complained.
- 2. a styling product to give your hair more oomph
- 3. His car has a lot of oomph.
- 4. Marilyn Monroe had lots of oomph.
- 5. You need to put some oomph into your acting.
[ oomph 造句 ]