- 美 [ˈtɪk(ə)lɪʃ]
- 1.someone who is ticklish has a strong reaction when they are tickled
- 2.a ticklish problem or situation is difficult to deal with without upsetting anyone
- 1.怕痒的GRE逆序_馆档网 ... embellish 装饰润饰 ticklish 怕痒的，问题棘手的 demolish 摧毁，拆除 ...2.易怒的GRE词汇精选（核心词汇） ... tickler 棘手的问题，难题 ticklish 怕痒的；易怒的 tidy 整齐的，整洁的 ...3.难对付的高考后的暑假，且行且珍惜 ... tether v. （用绳）拴 ticklish adj. 难对付的，棘手的 accompaniment n. 伴奏 ...4.棘手的高考后的暑假，且行且珍惜 ... tether v. （用绳）拴 ticklish adj. 难对付的，棘手的 accompaniment n. 伴奏 ...5.易痒的thyroid中文 ... thyroid 甲状腺, 甲状软骨 ticklish 怕痒的，易痒的（人） ... thyroid 甲状腺 ...6.不稳定的蓝宝词典 ... thwart v. 阻挠，使…受挫 ticklish adj. 易怒的，易变的，不稳定的 tiff n.v. 小争吵，生气 ...7.易变的蓝宝词典 ... thwart v. 阻挠，使…受挫 ticklish adj. 易怒的，易变的，不稳定的 tiff n.v. 小争吵，生气 ...
Apparently, he was more ticklish than I thought, and kicked me in the nose.
The ticklish Catalan question appears to have been answered, with a bit of fudging, through a new autonomy statute.
"It's a very ticklish business, this, Mr Steger, " put in the manager, yieldingly, and yet with a slight whimper in his voice.
That leads to the ticklish question of whether the coalition would be prepared to help the rebels mount an assault on it.
They were all rather unfriendly to Lester at present, and he realised that he was facing a ticklish situation.
Cut it out! You know I'm ticklish.
So, I touched its trunk and branches, it turned out swinging around, and seems to be ticklish.
Another standard situation that is becoming more ticklish is margin calls, people familiar with the matter say.
Draft beer's ticklish nature requires a fine balance between temperature and pressure.
Many physicists now feel that it's only a matter of time before some enterprising physicist completely cracks this ticklish problem.
This presented a ticklish problem for me , given the high density of FT readers who turn out to be online .
Before that happens, America must square up to some of those ticklish legal and moral questions that drones raise.
I've got rather a ticklish job for him to do and I want you to stand by.
A ticklish sensation around the heart that can't be scratched?
I let them fire away. I taught them to ask still more ticklish questions.
Ideal for: Kitchens with a pest problem, cooks that aren't ticklish and lovers not averse to hair in their food.
He seemed to be at his wits end before those ticklish questions.
He seemed to be at his wits end before those ticklish question.
As for Mr Obama himself, no one is certain what he thinks; listening on such ticklish issues has been his forte.
The distinction, it seems, is a semantic but nonetheless ticklish one: between acceptance and recognition.