vt. 猛刺; 猛击; 猛碰
vi. 戳，刺; 猛击
n. 猛戳; 刺进; 猛碰; 注射
If you jab one thing into another, you push it there with a quick, sudden movement and with a lot of force.
He saw her jab her thumb on a red button — a panic button...
A needle was jabbed into the baby's arm...
A jab is a sudden, sharp punch.
He was simply too powerful for his opponent, rocking him with a steady supply of left jabs.
A jab is an injection of something into your blood to prevent illness.
...painful anti malaria jabs.
You can refer to a sudden and unpleasant critical remark as a jab .
They have been sniping at each other, with the Democrats taking jabs at the president's handling of foreign policy.
1. a sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow);
2. a quick short straight punch
3. the act of touching someone suddenly with your finger or elbow;
1. poke or thrust abruptly;
2. strike or punch quick and short blows
3. stab or pierce;
He warned me with a jab with his finger.
Jab him , if you can , with left fist.
Don't jab out my eye!
Martin uses a jab and a combination.
Try moving around as you jab, eventually adding front, side and back kicks.
试着在出拳的时候四处移动, 最后再加上前踢 、 侧踢和后踢.