- n. 幼兽
- n. (Joey)人名；(纳米、英)乔伊
- joey (n.)
- "young kangaroo," 1839, sometimes said to be from a native Australian word joè, but more recently often said to be of unknown origin. Perhaps an extended use of Joey, the familiar form of the male proper name Joseph, for which Partridge lists many common or coarse meanings in 20c. Australian slang. Farmer & Henley ("Slang and Its Analogues") quote an 1887 article on "Australian Colloquialisms":
JOEY is a familiar name for anything young or small, and is applied indifferently to a puppy, or a kitten, or a child, while a WOOD-AND-WATER-JOEY is a hanger about hotels and a doer of odd jobs.
- 1. You've done a fine job with Billy and Joey.
- 2. The track features Joey Langton on percussion .
- 3. Nephew Joey, Robert , neice Beth , and sister Jeanie in the party.
- 侄儿Joey, 罗伯特, 侄女伊丽莎白和妹妹吉妮在生日晚会上.
- 4. Joey : C'mon! Just try to picture her not pregnant, that's all.
- Joey: 拜托,只要想象她没有怀孕的样子, 这就够了.
- 5. Joey : You don't think my mom's sexy?
- Joey: 你觉得我妈不性感?
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