- v. 發出嘎吱嘎吱的響聲；把……揉成一團；使蜷縮，碾壓；造發型
- n. 嘎吱嘎吱的響聲；碾壓
1.Vladimir stirred suddenly in Vanya's lap, and a minute later they heard the scrunch of boots in the snow, and the stamping of old Peter's feet trying to get the snow off his boots.
2.Vladimir stirred suddenly in Vanya's lap, and a minute later they heard the scrunch of boots in the snow, and the stamping of old Peter's feet trying to get the snow off his boots.
3.It's more packable than the PCU L4, and can scrunch down into a slightly smaller package. It's also lighter.
4.Dave: it 'scrunch time, isn't it? I wasn't nervous before the meeting, but now I am.
5.To relax, I scrunch up my shoulders to my ears and then slowly let them fall down.
6.Never scrunch up or grip the floor with your toes in any of the standing poses.
7.Scrunch up another ball that's slightly smaller for the wrist.
8.Do the "scrunch test" to see if clothes stay wrinkly.
9.She scrunch it up and throw it in the bin.
10.Her feet scrunch on the gravel.