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bark

1 bark /ˈbɑɚk/ verb
barks; barked; barking
1 bark
/ˈbɑɚk/
verb
barks; barked; barking
Learner's definition of BARK
[no object] of a dog : to make a short loud sound犬吠;吠叫
: to shout or say (something) in a loud and angry way厉声说;咆哮
[+ object]
often + out
[no object]

barking up the wrong tree

informal
: trying to do something in a way that will not be successful找错了目标;走错了方向;白费力气
2 bark /ˈbɑɚk/ noun
plural barks
2 bark
/ˈbɑɚk/
noun
plural barks
Learner's definition of BARK
[count]
: the short, loud sound made by a dog犬吠声
also : a similar sound类似犬吠的声音
◊ If your bark is worse than your bite, you appear to be more angry or dangerous than you really are.嘴硬心软;貌似凶狠
compare 3bark, 4bark
3 bark /ˈbɑɚk/ noun
plural barks
3 bark
/ˈbɑɚk/
noun
plural barks
Learner's definition of BARK
: the outer covering of a tree树皮
[noncount]
[count]
compare 2bark, 4bark
4 bark noun
or barque /ˈbɑɚk/
plural barks or barques
4 bark
noun
or barque /ˈbɑɚk/
plural barks or barques
Learner's definition of BARK
[count]
: a small sailing ship小帆船;三桅帆船
compare 2bark, 3bark
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 6605 COCA: 5831

bark

1 of 5

verb (1)

barked; barking; barks

intransitive verb

1
a
: to make the characteristic short loud cry of a dog
b
: to make a noise resembling a bark
2
: to speak in a curt loud and usually angry tone : snap
3
informal : to produce a usually sharp, sudden pain
… at 36 and with his mustache turning gray and his body barking back in pain, Luis DeLeon is in spring training with the Cubs. Joseph A. Reaves
The shoulder is pain-free for now, but his elbow barks at him occasionally … Mike Lupica

transitive verb

1
: to utter in a curt loud usually angry tone
an officer barking orders
2
: to advertise by persistent outcry
barking their wares

bark

2 of 5

noun (1)

1
a
: the sound made by a barking dog
b
: a similar sound
2
: a short sharp peremptory tone of speech or utterance

bark

3 of 5

noun (2)

1
: the tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem
specifically : the tissues outside the cambium that include an inner layer especially of secondary phloem and an outer layer of periderm
2
3
: a candy containing chocolate and nuts that is made in a sheet and broken into pieces

bark

4 of 5

verb (2)

barked; barking; barks

transitive verb

1
: to treat with an infusion of tanbark
2
a
: to strip the bark from
b
: to rub off or abrade the skin of
barked a shin on the desk

bark

5 of 5

noun (3)

variants or barque
1
a
: a small sailing ship
b
: a sailing ship of three or more masts with the aftmost mast fore-and-aft rigged and the others square-rigged
2
: a craft propelled by sails or oars
Phrases
bark up the wrong tree
: to promote or follow a mistaken course (as in doing research)
someone's bark is worse than his/her bite
used to say that someone known for harsh or angry speech does not actually treat others in an unfairly harsh or harmful way
Chairman Paul Millership was larger than life and shouted his orders loud and clear. But his bark was worse than his bite and he was scrupulously fair to employees who put in the effort. The Nottingham Evening Post

Synonyms

Word History

Etymology

Verb (1)

Middle English berken, from Old English beorcan; akin to Old Norse berkja to bark, Lithuanian burgėti to growl

Noun (2)

Middle English, from Old Norse bark-, bǫrkr; akin to Middle Dutch & Middle Low German borke bark

Noun (3)

Middle English, from Middle French barque, from Old Occitan barca, from Late Latin

First Known Use

Verb (1)

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense 1a

Noun (1)

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Noun (2)

13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Verb (2)

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Noun (3)

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Time Traveler
The first known use of bark was before the 12th century
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 6605 COCA: 5831
bark

noun¹

1on a treeADJECTIVE | VERB + BARK | BARK + VERB | BARK + NOUN ADJECTIVErough粗糙的樹皮tree樹皮birch, pine, willow, etc.樺樹皮、松樹皮、柳樹皮等VERB + BARKpeel off, remove, strip剝掉樹皮The people strip the bark and use it in medicines.這些人剝下樹皮入藥。BARK + VERBpeel off樹皮脫落The bark peels off in summer.樹皮在夏季脫落。BARK + NOUNchippings, chips, mulch樹皮碎屑;樹皮護根
bark

noun²

2of a dogADJECTIVE | VERB + BARK ADJECTIVEloud, noisy響亮的/嘈雜的狗吠聲VERB + BARKgive吠叫The dog gave a loud bark.那條狗大聲地吠叫。
bark

noun³

3loud sound/voice響聲;大聲ADJECTIVE | VERB + BARK | PHRASES ADJECTIVEshort短促的響聲harsh, sharp (especially NAmE) 刺耳的響聲VERB + BARKgive發出響聲He gave a harsh bark of laughter.他發出刺耳的大笑聲。PHRASESa bark of laughter高聲大笑
bark

verb

ADVERB | PREPOSITION ADVERBangrily, excitedly, frantically, furiously, happily, loudly, madly, wildly憤怒地吠叫;激動地吠叫;狂吠;高興地吠叫;大聲吠叫PREPOSITIONat衝着⋯吠叫The dog was barking furiously at a cat.那條狗衝着一隻貓狂吠。
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0_0: Translations of bark
  • # v.
    吠: bark, bow-wow
    喊叫: bark, bellow, clamor, clamour, cry, cry out
    嗥: bark, bawl, howl, roar
    號叫: bark, bellow, cry, cry out, howl, roar
    咬: make accusation, articulate, bark, bite, grip, pronounce

0_0: Definitions of bark
  • # noun.
    - the sharp explosive cry of certain animals, especially a dog, fox, or seal.
    - the tough protective outer sheath of the trunk, branches, and twigs of a tree or woody shrub.
    * beavers feed on leaves and the living bark of trees
    - thin sheets of chocolate topped with ingredients such as nuts, candy, and dried fruit and broken into irregularly shaped pieces.
    * white chocolate bark studded with cranberries and pistachios
    - a ship or boat.
    * None
  • # verb.
    - (of a dog or other animal) emit a bark.
    * a dog barked at her
    - utter (a command or question) abruptly or aggressively.
    * he began barking out his orders
    - tan or dye (leather or other materials) using the tannins found in bark.
    * None

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