pore /ˈpor, ˈpɔr/
pore /ˈpo(ə)r, ˈpɔ(ə)r/ 名詞
1. One of the minute orifices in an animal or vegetable membrane, for transpiration, absorption, etc.
2. A minute opening or passageway; an interstice between the constituent particles or molecules of a body; as, the pores of stones.
Pore, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Pored p. pr. & vb. n. Poring.] To look or gaze steadily in reading or studying; to fix the attention; to be absorbed; -- often with on or upon, and now usually with over.“Painfully to pore upon a book.”
The eye grows weary with poring perpetually on the same thing. --Dryden.
n 1: any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas)
2: any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
3: a minute epidermal pore in a leaf or stem through which
gases and water vapor can pass [syn: stoma, stomate]
v : direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your
studies and not on your hobbies" [syn: concentrate, focus,
center, centre, rivet]