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  • EN [ kɪs]
  • US [ kɪs]

English definition


  • 1. the act of caressing with the lips (or an instance thereof)

  • 2. a cookie made of egg whites and sugar

  • 3. any of several bite-sized candies

  • 4. a light glancing touch;

    • "there was a brief kiss of their hands in passing"


  • 1. touch with the lips or press the lips (against someone's mouth or other body part) as an expression of love, greeting, etc.;

    • "The newly married couple kissed"
    • "She kissed her grandfather on the forehead when she entered the room"
  • 2. touch lightly or gently;

    • "the blossoms were kissed by the soft rain"

Example sentences

  • She blew a kiss to the onlookers.

  • Kiss the children good night.

  • She ran to him for a kiss, but he pushed her away unkindly.

  • Mind you, don't kiss all my face powder off!

  • Brooks saluted his new wife with a gentle kiss.

  • My mother gave me a kiss on the forehead.

  • Polite but lukewarm reviews are the kiss of death for a commercial film.

  • He just wants a comforting kiss and a cuddle and he'll be all right.

  • After this letter from the bank, we can kiss goodbye to our holiday in Australia.

  • He gave his wife a decorous kiss.

  • He gave her an affectionate kiss.

  • They long for a mother's goodnight kiss.

  • You can kiss goodbye to a holiday this year — we've no money!

  • She ran to him for a kiss, but he thrust her aside unkindly.

  • Let me kiss away your tears.

  • a chaste kiss on the cheek

  • She planted a kiss on each of his leathery cheeks.

  • She tilted her face to kiss me quickly on the chin.

  • In The Dictionary of Quotations, there are no fewer than one and a half columns devoted to "kiss".

  • They used to kiss and cuddle in front of everyone.

  • Amy blew a kiss from the door.

  • Maria blew him a kiss.

  • I felt sure I'd have to kiss my dancing career goodbye.

  • He bent forward and laid a kiss softly upon her forehead.

  • The men stepped forward to kiss the hand of their mentor.

  • For a moment I thought he was going to kiss me. I recoiled in horror.

  • Well, what are you waiting for? Do I have to ask you for a kiss?

Phrase collocation

  • kiss off &I{【俚语】}

    To dismiss or reject.

    To be forced to give up or regard as lost

    • He can kiss off that promotion.

    To leave or disappear from notice

    • got bad press by telling the reporters to kiss off.

  • kiss and make up

    become reconciled

  • kiss and tell

    (chiefly derogatory)recount one's sexual exploits, especially to the media concerning a famous person

    • [as modifier]this isn't a kiss-and-tell book.

  • kiss someone's arse (或 北美

    (vulgar slang)behave obsequiously towards someone

  • kiss ass

    (N. Amer. vulgar slang)behave in an obsequious or sycophantic way

  • kiss something better

    (informal)comfort a sick or injured person, especially a child, by kissing the sore or injured part of their body as a gesture of removing pain

  • kiss something goodbye (或 kiss goodbye to somethin

    (informal)accept the certain loss of something

    • I could kiss my career goodbye.

  • kiss of death

    an action or event that causes certain failure for an enterprise

    • it would be the kiss of death for the company if it could be proved that the food was unsafe.

  • kiss of life

    mouth-to-mouth resuscitation

  • kiss of peace

    a ceremonial kiss given or exchanged as a sign of unity, especially the kiss of the consecrated elements during the Christian Eucharist

  • kiss the rod

    accept punishment submissively

  • kiss someone/thing off

    (N. Amer. informal)dismiss someone rudely; end a relationship abruptly

  • kiss up to

    (N. Amer. informal)behave sycophantically or obsequiously towards (someone) in order to obtain something

  • kiss ass&I{【粗俗用语】} &I{【俚语】}

    To act submissively or obsequiously in order to gain favor.


  • kiss of death

    • Your attitude was the kiss of death for your employment here.


Meaning of kiss

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  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
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  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
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