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jobbing adj. 包工的;雇来承包规定活计的;做零活...

jibing n. 改变帆的方向;顺风转向 | v. 使帆改...

  • He invited China to share in this vision, while jabbing at it for perceived protectionism.

    ECONOMIST: America reaches a pivot point in Asia

  • In the tech world, Facebook finally launched its iPad App, jabbing at Apple by opening its platform to mobile developers.

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  • But McCain has this curious way of simply jabbing: He jabs, then he kind of walks away after it's parried, and he never delivers the real blow.

    NPR: The Hatchet And The Scalpel: A Debate Parable

  • Of course, the unenlightened could stumble sometimes, burning their tongues, or jabbing in a fork after only one minute of silent contemplation, which bent the prongs and sprayed the soup over the keyboard.

    ECONOMIST: Momofuku Ando

  • "If there were a company out there that was about to do to its competitors what we're going to do to our competitors, I'd buy its stock, " says the 60-year-old chief executive, jabbing his finger.

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  • First, companies must take care not to put customers in "unforeseen" danger, assuming that those customers act in a "reasonable" manner when using a product or service. (Repeatedly jabbing a bottle of Coca-Cola in your eye and suing for damages probably wouldn't fly in court, for example).

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