- vi. 细想；凝视；熟读
- n. 气孔；小孔
- vt. 使注视
- n. (Pore)人名；(西、芬、加纳、法)波雷
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pore vi. 钻研
- pore: English has two words pore. The older, ‘look attentively’ , may go back to a hypothetical Old English *pūrian, which might make it a relative of the nearly synonymous peer . The pore in the skin  comes via Old French pore and Latin porus from Greek póros ‘passage’, a descendant of the Indo-European base *por- ‘going, passage’, which also produced English fare, ferry, opportunity, and port. The development of the word’s anatomical sense began in Greek. Porous  is derived from it.
=> peer; fare, ferry, opportunity, porous, port
- pore (v.)
- "gaze intently," early 13c., of unknown origin, with no obvious corresponding word in Old French. Perhaps from Old English *purian, suggested by spyrian "to investigate, examine," and spor "a trace, vestige." Related: Pored; poring.
- pore (n.)
- "minute opening," late 14c., from Old French pore (14c.) and directly from Latin porus "a pore," from Greek poros "a pore," literally "passage, way," from PIE *por- "going, passage," from root *per- "to lead, pass over" (see port (n.1)).
- 1. Waves of misery penetrated every pore.
- 2. She oozes sexuality from every pore.
- 3. I see him chafe and fret at every pore.
- 4. It will take several more months to pore through the volumes of documents.
- 5. The cross - sectional areas of the pore openings vary along their length.
- 孔隙通道的 横截面 面积沿其长度方向变化.
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