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单词:disguise
音标:英 [dɪs'gaɪz] / 美 [dɪs'ɡaɪz]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:2
星级词汇:3
简明释义:n. 伪装;假装;用作伪装的东西vt. 掩饰;假装;隐瞒
额外释义: disguise /dɪsˈɡaɪz/ CET4 TEM4 [ disguising disguised disguises ] 1. 有变体名词 If you are in disguise , you are not wearing your usual clothes or you have altered your appearance in other ways, so that people will not recognize you. 伪装 例: You'll have to travel in disguise. 你将不得不乔装出行。 2. 及物动词 If you disguise yourself , you put on clothes which make you look like someone else or alter your appearance in other ways, so that people will not recognize you. 乔装 例: She disguised herself as a man so she could fight on the battlefield. 她女扮男装以便能上战场打仗。 3. 形容词 乔装的 例: The extremists entered the building disguised as medical workers. 极端分子们假扮成医务人员,进入了大楼。 disguised 4. 及物动词 To disguise something means to hide it or make it appear different so that people will not know about it or will not recognize it. 掩饰 例: He made no attempt to disguise his agitation. 他无意掩饰他的不安。 5. 形容词 掩饰的 例: The proposal is a thinly disguised effort to revive the price controls of the 1970s. 这项提议是恢复20世纪70年代物价控制的一种几乎不加掩饰的努力。 disguised
例句1:The British team did not disguise their delight at their success.
例句1翻译:英国队毫不掩饰他们获胜的喜悦。
例句2:You'll have to travel in disguise.
例句2翻译:你只能乔装出行。
例句3:He was wearing that ridiculous disguise.
例句3翻译:他一副滑稽的装扮。
例句4:He went about in the disguise of a sailor.
例句4翻译:他伪装成海员到处流窜.
例句5:She disguised herself as a man, but she couldn't disguise her voice.
例句5翻译:她假扮成男人, 但改不了声音.
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单词:constant
音标:英 ['kɒnst(ə)nt] / 美 ['kɑnstənt]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:4
简明释义:n. [数] 常数;恒量adj. 不变的;恒定的;经常的n. (Constant)人名;(德)康斯坦特
额外释义: constant /ˈkɒnstənt/ 1. 形容词 You use constant to describe something that happens all the time or is always there. 常发生的; 常存在的 例: She suggests that women are under constant pressure to be abnormally thin. 她提出女性受持续的压力之下要异常苗条。 例: Inflation is a constant threat. 通货膨胀是一种持续的威胁。 2. 副词 持续不断地 例: The direction of the wind is constantly changing. 风的方向在不断地变。 constantly 3. 形容词 If an amount or level is constant , it stays the same over a particular period of time. (在某时段内) 保持不变的 例: The body feels hot and the temperature remains more or less constant at the new elevated level. 身体感到热,可体温保持在升高后的新高度上差不多稳定不变。
例句1:There was constant jeering and interruption from the floor.
例句1翻译:议员席上不断有人在嘲讽和打岔.
例句2:It's a constant struggle to try to keep them up to par.
例句2翻译:要让他们达标,需要不断努力。
例句3:Constant wheelchair use will scuff almost any floor surface.
例句3翻译:任何地板上经常有轮椅走动几乎都会有所磨损。
例句4:The weather is a constant topic of conversation in Britain.
例句4翻译:在英国,天气是交谈中永恒的话题。
例句5:An automatic voltage regulator ensured a constant output from the generator.
例句5翻译:一个自动电压调节器保证了发电机电流输出的稳定。
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单词:aspect
音标:英 ['æspekt] / 美 ['æspɛkt]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:4
简明释义:n. 方面;方向;形势;外貌
额外释义: aspect /ˈæspɛkt/ 1. 可数名词 An aspect of something is one of the parts of its character or nature. 方面 例: Climate and weather affect every aspect of our lives. 气候和天气影响我们生活的每个方面。 例: He was interested in all aspects of the work here. 他对这里工作的各方面都感兴趣。 2. 可数名词 The aspect of a building or window is the direction in which it faces. (建筑物或窗子的) 朝向 例: The house had a southwest aspect. 这房子为西南朝向。
例句1:Antonio has a contagious enthusiasm for the beautiful aspect of food.
例句1翻译:安东尼奥对食品赏心悦目这一方面的热情非常有感染性。
例句2:The existence of an emotional undertow is an aspect of all politics.
例句2翻译:具有情绪感召力是所有政治的一个方面。
例句3:She has already expressed her dissatisfaction with this aspect of the policy.
例句3翻译:她对政策的这一方面已经表达了不满。
例句4:The ministry had direct control over every aspect of foreign trade.
例句4翻译:该政府部门直接掌控着外贸的各个方面。
例句5:Students may pursue research in any aspect of computational linguistics.
例句5翻译:学生可以就计算语言学的任何一个方面展开研究。
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单词:pink
音标:英 [pɪŋk] / 美 [pɪŋk]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:5
简明释义:n. 粉红色;化身,典范;石竹花;头面人物adj. 粉红的;比较激进的;石竹科的;脸色发红的vt. 扎,刺,戳;使…变粉红色;使…面红耳赤vi. 变粉红色n. (Pink)人名;(英、德、匈)平克;(法)潘克
额外释义: pink /pɪŋk/ CET4 TEM4 [ pinker pinkest pinks ] 1. 色彩词 Pink is the colour between red and white. 粉红色 例: ...pink lipstick. …粉红色口红。 例: ...white flowers edged in pink. …带粉边的白花。 2. 形容词 Pink is used to refer to things relating to or connected with gay people. 与男同性恋有关的 3. 动词 to prick lightly with a sword or rapier 用剑轻刺 4. 名词 a sailing vessel with a narrow overhanging transom 带气窗的帆船
例句1:He was holding a cloth that dripped pink drops upon the floor.
例句1翻译:他正拿着一块布,布上粉红色的水滴落在地板上。
例句2:A glass of red wine keeps you in the pink.
例句2翻译:一杯红酒有益健康。
例句3:Businesses are now more aware of the importance of the "pink pound".
例句3翻译:现在商家更加意识到同性恋族群消费力、即所谓“粉红英镑”的重要性。
例句4:Mr. Long was now cutting himself a piece of the pink cake.
例句4翻译:朗先生正在给自己切一块粉色蛋糕。
例句5:She was wearing a flimsy pink dress that streamed out behind her.
例句5翻译:她穿的那件轻薄的粉红色连衣裙在身后飘舞。
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单词:slippery
音标:英 ['slɪp(ə)rɪ] / 美 ['slɪpəri]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:1
星级词汇:3
简明释义:adj. 滑的;狡猾的;不稳定的
额外释义: slippery /ˈslɪpərɪ/ 1. 形容词 Something that is slippery is smooth, wet, or oily and is therefore difficult to walk on or to hold. 滑的; 湿滑的 例: The tiled floor was wet and slippery. 那磁砖地板又湿又滑。 2. 形容词 You can describe someone as slippery if you think that they are dishonest in a clever way and cannot be trusted. 狡猾的; 不可靠的表不满 例: He is a slippery customer, and should be carefully watched. 他可是个狡猾的主顾,得小心看着他。 3. 习语 If someone is on a slippery slope , they are involved in a course of action that is difficult to stop and that will eventually lead to failure or trouble. 不断恶化的局势 例: The company started down the slippery slope of believing that they knew better than the customer. 该公司开始走下坡路了,他们相信自己比顾客更明白。
例句1:The clay court was slippery and he was unable to move freely.
例句1翻译:红土网球场很滑,他不能自如地移动。
例句2:Better driv-ing equipment will improve track adhesion in slippery conditions.
例句2翻译:较好的驾驶设备能够提升在湿滑路面上的抓地力。
例句3:The tiled floor was wet and slippery.
例句3翻译:瓷砖地面又湿又滑。
例句4:Motorists were warned to beware of slippery conditions.
例句4翻译:提醒驾车人要当心路滑。
例句5:slippery like a fish
例句5翻译:滑得像条鱼似的
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单词:vinegar
音标:英 ['vɪnɪgə] / 美 ['vɪnɪɡɚ]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:2
星级词汇:3
简明释义:n. 醋
额外释义: vinegar /ˈvɪnɪɡə/ 1. 集合名词 Vinegar is a sharp-tasting liquid, usually made from sour wine or malt, that is used in cooking to make things such as salad dressing. 醋
例句1:Add a dash of balsamic vinegar.
例句1翻译:加入少许香脂醋。
例句2:Wine vinegar tenderises meat.
例句2翻译:酒醋能让肉变嫩。
例句3:onions pickled in vinegar
例句3翻译:用醋泡制的洋葱
例句4:His retort was delivered with a strong note of vinegar.
例句4翻译:他的反驳带着强烈不满的口气.
例句5:Vinegar is used in preserving food.
例句5翻译:醋可用来保存食物.
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单词:complain
音标:英 [kəm'pleɪn] / 美 [kəm'plen]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:4
简明释义:vi. 投诉;发牢骚;诉说vt. 抱怨;控诉
额外释义: complain /kəmˈpleɪn/ CET4 TEM4 [ complaining complained complains ] 1. 及物动词/不及物动词 If you complain about a situation, you say that you are not satisfied with it. 抱怨 例: Miners have complained bitterly that the government did not fulfil their promises. 矿工们已愤愤地抱怨政府没有兑现他们的承诺。 例: The couple complained about the high cost of visiting Europe. 这对夫妇抱怨了游览欧洲的高昂花费。 例: I shouldn't complain, I've got a good job to go back to. 我不该抱怨,我已有可回去干的一份好工作。 例: "I wish someone would do something about it," he complained. “我希望有人能对此做点什么,”他抱怨道。 2. 不及物动词 If you complain of pain or illness, you say that you are feeling pain or feeling ill. 诉说 (病痛) 例: He complained of a headache. 他说他头疼。
例句1:If you're not satisfied with the life you're living, don't just complain. Do something about it.
例句1翻译:对于现况的不满,不能只是抱怨,要有勇气作出改变。
例句2:Faculty members complain that their students are unprepared to do college-level work.
例句2翻译:学院的老师们抱怨说他们的学生还很不适应大学的课业。
例句3:He came to complain about the volume of the music.
例句3翻译:他过来抱怨音乐的音量太高了。
例句4:People usually complain about having to deal with too much bureaucracy.
例句4翻译:人们经常抱怨不得不应付太多的繁文缛节。
例句5:If you are not happy about a repair, go back and complain.
例句5翻译:如果你对修理效果不满意,可以再找他们投诉。
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单词:bye
音标:英 [baɪ] / 美 [baɪ]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:3
星级词汇:3
简明释义:n. 轮空;次要的东西int. 再见adj. 次要的n. (Bye)人名;(挪)比埃;(中)拜(广东话·威妥玛);(英)拜伊;(瑞典)比耶
额外释义: bye /baɪ/ 1. 习惯表达 Bye and bye-bye are informal ways of saying goodbye. 再见 例: Bye, Daddy. 再见,爸爸。 bye /baɪ/ 1. 名词 the situation in which a player or team in an eliminatory contest wins a preliminary round by virtue of having no opponent (体育比赛)轮空晋级
例句1:He stood mournfully at the gate waving bye bye.
例句1翻译:他伤心地站在门口,挥手告别。
例句2:Dickens felt compelled to return to the stage for a final good-bye.
例句2翻译:迪肯斯觉得必须返回舞台作最后的道别。
例句3:Bye Mum, see you in a minute.
例句3翻译:妈妈,一会儿见。
例句4:Bye, see you tomorrow.
例句4翻译:再见,明天见.
例句5:"Anyhow, thanks a lot. Bye bye."
例句5翻译:“那么,多谢了。再见。”
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单词:appearance
音标:英 [ə'pɪər(ə)ns] / 美 [ə'pɪrəns]
发音:[音频]
助记图片:[图片]
使用频率:4
星级词汇:4
简明释义:n. 外貌,外观;出现,露面
额外释义: appearance /əˈpɪərəns/ 1. 可数名词 When someone makes an appearance at a public event or in a broadcast, they take part in it. (在公共活动或广播中的) 露面 例: It was the president's second public appearance to date. 这是迄今该总统的第二次公开露面。 2. 单数型名词 Someone's or something's appearance is the way that they look. 外表; 外观 例: She used to be so fussy about her appearance. 她过去过分在意自己的外表。 3. 单数型名词 The appearance of someone or something in a place is their arrival there, especially when it is unexpected. (尤指出人意料的) 出现 例: The sudden appearance of a few bags of rice could start a riot. 几袋大米的突然出现会引起一场骚乱。 4. 单数型名词 The appearance of something new is its coming into existence or use. 问世 例: Flowering plants were making their first appearance, but were still a rarity. 有花植物初现,但是依然少见。 5. 单数型名词 If something has the appearance of a quality, it seems to have that quality. 表象 例: We tried to meet both children's needs without the appearance of favouritism or unfairness. 我们试图在没有偏爱或不公平的表象下满足两个孩子的需要。 6. 习语 If something is true by all appearances , from all appearances , or to all appearances , it seems from what you observe or know about it that it is true. 从一切表象来看 例: He was a small and by all appearances an unassuming man. 他是个个子小并且从一切表象看来不装腔作势的人。
例句1:Marilyn made her last public appearance at Madison Square Garden.
例句1翻译:玛丽莲最后一次公开亮相是在麦迪逊广场花园。
例句2:It was the president's second public appearance to date.
例句2翻译:这是总统到那时为止的第二次公开露面。
例句3:The privations of monastery life were evident in his appearance.
例句3翻译:从他的外表来看可以明显看出修道院生活的清贫。
例句4:Carol managed a few proper snivels for the sake of appearance.
例句4翻译:为了做做样子,卡萝尔适时地抽了几下鼻子。
例句5:Sikhs were expected to adhere strictly to the religious rules concerning appearance.
例句5翻译:锡克教徒应当严格遵守该教对外表的规定。
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单词:smash
音标:英 [smæʃ] / 美 [smæʃ]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:3
星级词汇:4
简明释义:n. 破碎;扣球;冲突;大败vt. 粉碎;使破产;溃裂adj. 了不起的;非常轰动的;出色的vi. 粉碎;打碎
额外释义: smash /smæʃ/ CET4 TEM4 [ smashing smashed smashes ] 1. 及物动词/不及物动词 If you smash something or if it smashes , it breaks into many pieces, for example, when it is hit or dropped. 打碎; 破碎 例: Someone smashed a bottle. 有人打碎了一个瓶子。 例: A crowd of youths started smashing windows. 一群年轻人开始打碎窗户。 2. 及物动词/不及物动词 If you smash through a wall, gate, or door, you get through it by hitting and breaking it. 撞破 (墙或门) 而入 例: The demonstrators used trucks to smash through embassy gates. 示威者们用卡车撞破大门闯进大使馆。 3. 及物动词/不及物动词 If something smashes or is smashed against something solid, it moves very fast and with great force against it. 使猛撞; 撞击 例: The bottle smashed against a wall. 那瓶子撞到了一面墙上。 4. 及物动词 To smash a political group or system means to deliberately destroy it. 搞垮 (政治集团或体制) 例: Their attempts to clean up politics and smash the power of party machines failed. 他们整治政治和搞垮党派组织权力的企图失败了。
例句1:He was near to death after a car smash.
例句1翻译:他差点在一场撞车事故中丧命。
例句2:Their car was in a head-on smash with an articulated lorry.
例句2翻译:他们的轿车和一辆铰接式货车迎面相撞了。
例句3:The demonstrators used trucks to smash through embassy gates.
例句3翻译:示威者用卡车撞开了使馆大门。
例句4:They got a battering ram to smash down the door.
例句4翻译:他们用一个大木槌把门撞破了。
例句5:The crowd tried to smash down the door of the police station.
例句5翻译:人群试图撞倒警察局的大门。
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单词:crowd
音标:英 [kraʊd] / 美 [kraʊd]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:5
简明释义:n. 群众,一伙;一堆,许多,大众v. 拥挤,挤满,挤进vt. 挤满,将...塞进;催促,催逼vi. 挤,拥挤,聚集
额外释义: crowd /kraʊd/ CET4 TEM4 [ crowding crowded crowds ] 1. 集体可数名词 A crowd is a large group of people who have gathered together, for example, to watch or listen to something interesting, or to protest about something. 人群 例: A huge crowd gathered in a square outside the Kremlin walls. 一大群人聚集在了克里姆林宫墙外的广场上。 例: It took some two hours before the crowd was fully dispersed. 用了大约两个小时才把人群完全驱散。 2. 可数名词 A particular crowd is a group of friends, or a set of people who share the same interests or job. 一帮 (朋友); 一群 (志趣相投的人) 例: All the old crowd have come out for this occasion. 所有老朋友都前来参加了这次活动。 3. 不及物动词 When people crowd around someone or something, they gather closely together around them. 聚集 例: The hungry refugees crowded around the tractors. 饥饿的难民们围在拖拉机旁。 4. 及物动词/不及物动词 If people crowd into a place or are crowded into a place, large numbers of them enter it so that it becomes very full. 挤满; 挤进 例: Hundreds of thousands of people have crowded into the centre of the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius. 几十万人涌进了立陶宛首都维尔纽斯的中心。 例: One group of journalists were crowded into a minibus. 一群记者挤满了一辆面包车。 5. 及物动词 If a group of people crowd a place, there are so many of them there that it is full. 挤满 例: Thousands of demonstrators crowded the streets shouting slogans. 数千名示威者喊着口号,挤满了街道。 6. 可数名词 an ancient bowed stringed instrument; crwth 克鲁斯琴
例句1:The crowd in Robinson's Coffee-House was thinning, but only by degrees.
例句1翻译:鲁宾逊咖啡屋里的人正在变少,但也只是渐少而已。
例句2:Three mortar shells had landed close to a crowd of people.
例句2翻译:3枚迫击炮弹落在人群旁。
例句3:He charged into the crowd. "Break it up," he shouted.
例句3翻译:他冲进人群,大喊道:“散开。”
例句4:The crowd moved indoors for what were deemed the most desirable items.
例句4翻译:人群为了被视为最值得拥有的物品涌入屋里。
例句5:The small British crowd roared themselves hoarse, waving their Union Jacks.
例句5翻译:一小群英国人挥舞着国旗,吼得嗓子都沙哑了。
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单词:northeast
音标:英 [,nɔ:θ'i:st] / 美 ['nɔrθ'ist]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:2
简明释义:n. 东北adj. 东北的;向东北的;来自东北的adv. 向东北;来自东北
额外释义: northeast /ˌnɔːθˈiːst/ 1. 不可数名词 The northeast is the direction which is halfway between north and east. 东北方 例: ...the warm waters of Salt Springs Island to the northeast. …流向东北方向的盐泉岛的温泉水。 2. 单数型名词 The northeast of a place, country, or region is the part which is in the northeast. 东北部 例: The northeast has been particularly hard hit.. 东北部受影响尤其严重。 3. 副词 If you go northeast , you travel toward the northeast. 向东北 例: "We're going northeast," Paula told them, before they started. “我们将朝东北方向走,”葆拉在他们出发前告诉他们。 4. 副词 Something that is northeast of a place is positioned to the northeast of it. 在…东北 例: This latest attack was at Careysburg, twenty miles northeast of the capital, Monrovia. 最近这次袭击发生在凯里斯堡,首府蒙罗维亚东北方向20英里处。 5. 形容词 The northeast edge, corner, or part of a place is the part which is toward the northeast. 东北部的 例: ...a climate like that of our northeast coast. …同我们东北部沿海气候相似的一种气候。
例句1:Snow in October is nothing strange in northeast China.
例句1翻译:10月下雪在东北不是什么希罕的事.
例句2:I was born in the northeast.
例句2翻译:我出生于东北部.
例句3:The wind blew northeast.
例句3翻译:风从东北方吹来.
例句4:They voyaged northeast for several days.
例句4翻译:他们向东北航行了几天.
例句5:The church's northeast window has beautifully coloured glass.
例句5翻译:教堂朝东北的窗子是用精美的彩色玻璃镶嵌成的.
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单词:finally
音标:英 ['faɪnəlɪ] / 美 ['faɪnlɪ]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:4
星级词汇:5
简明释义:adv. 最后;终于;决定性地
额外释义: finally /ˈfaɪnəlɪ/ 1. 副词 You use finally to suggest that something happens after a long period of time, usually later than you wanted or expected it to happen. 终于 例: The food finally arrived at the end of last week and distribution began. 食物终于在上周末抵达并开始分发。 2. 副词 You use finally to indicate that something is last in a series of actions or events. 最后 例: The action slips from comedy to melodrama and finally to tragedy. 剧情由喜剧慢慢发展成闹剧,最后又演变为悲剧。
例句1:At approxi-mately 11:30 p.m., Pollard finally gave his consent to the search.
例句1翻译:大概晚上11点半的时候,波拉德最终同意进行搜查。
例句2:He finally corrected his misstatement and offered to reduce the fee.
例句2翻译:他终于纠正了自己的错误说法,提出要减少费用。
例句3:Several long-awaited videos will finally arrive in the shops this month.
例句3翻译:几部让人翘首企盼的录像片终于将在这个月到货。
例句4:The minutes towards departure ticked by, until finally the pilot arrived.
例句4翻译:离出发的时间越来越近,最后飞行员终于到了。
例句5:He finally admitted that his film career was kaput.
例句5翻译:他最终承认他的电影生涯走到尽头了。
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单词:line
音标:英 [laɪn] / 美 [laɪn]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:5
星级词汇:5
简明释义:n. 路线,航线;排;绳vt. 排成一行;划线于;以线条标示;使…起皱纹vi. 排队;站成一排n. (Line)人名;(英)莱恩;(俄)利涅
额外释义: NOUN USES line /laɪn/ 1. 可数名词 A line is a long thin mark which is drawn or painted on a surface. 线 例: Draw a line down that page's centre. 沿着那一页的中心向下画一条线。 例: ...a dotted line. …一条虚线。 2. 可数名词 The lines on someone's skin, especially on their face, are long thin marks that appear there as they grow older. 皱纹 例: He has a large, generous face with deep lines. 他宽大的面庞上带着很深的皱纹。 3. 可数名词 A line of people or things is a number of them arranged one behind the other or side by side. (一) 排 例: The sparse line of spectators noticed nothing unusual. 稀稀疏疏的一排观众并没注意到什么特别之处。 4. 可数名词 A line of people or vehicles is a number of them that are waiting one behind another, for example, in order to buy something or to go in a particular direction. 队列 5. 可数名词 A line of a piece of writing is one of the rows of words, numbers, or other symbols in it. (一) 行 (文字、数字、符号) 例: The next line should read: Five days, 23.5 hours. 下一行文字应是:5天,23.5小时。 6. 可数名词 A line of a poem, song, or play is a group of words that are spoken or sung together. If an actor learns his or her lines for a play or film, they learn what they have to say. 台词; 诗行 例: ...a line from Shakespeare's Othello: "one that loved not wisely but too well." …莎士比亚戏剧《奥赛罗》里的一句台词:“一个在恋爱上不聪明却过于深情的人。” 例: Every time I sing that line, I have to compete with that darn trombone! 每当我唱那行歌词时,我都得和那该死的长号比赛。 7. 有变体名词 You can refer to a long piece of wire, string, or cable as a line when it is used for a particular purpose. 线; 绳 例: She put her washing on the line. 她把洗好的衣服晾在绳子上。 例: ...a piece of fishing-line. …一根钓鱼线。 8. 可数名词 A line is a connection which makes it possible for two people to speak to each other on the telephone. 电话线路 例: The telephone lines went dead. 电话线路不通了。 例: It's not a very good line. Shall we call you back Susan? 线路不太好。苏珊,我们给你打回去好吗? 9. 可数名词 You can use line to refer to a telephone number which you can call in order to get information or advice. 咨询电话号码 例: ...the 24-hour information line. …24小时信息咨询电话号码。 10. 可数名词 A line is a route, especially a dangerous or secret one, along which people move or send messages or supplies. (发送信息、输送人员或物资的危险、秘密) 通道 例: The North American continent's geography severely limited the lines of attack. 北美大陆的地形严格限制了进攻通道。 例: Negotiators say they're keeping communication lines open. 谈判代表声称他们保持着沟通管道的通畅。 11. 可数名词 The line in which something or someone moves is the particular route that they take, especially when they keep moving straight ahead. 运动路线 例: Walk in a straight line. 走直线。 12. 可数名词 A line is a particular route, involving the same stations, roads, or stops along which a train or bus service regularly operates. (火车、公共汽车运行的) 路线 例: They've got to ride all the way to the end of the line. 他们得乘车直到路线的终点。 13. 可数名词 A railway line consists of the pieces of metal and wood which form the track that the trains travel along. 铁轨 例: Floods washed out much of the railway line. 洪水冲毁了很多铁轨。 14. 可数名词 A shipping, air, or bus line is a company which provides services for transporting people or goods by sea, air, or bus. 运输公司 例: The Cunard shipping line came up with a clever slogan: "Getting there is half the fun..." 冠达海运公司想出了一个聪明的口号:“一半的乐趣来自于到达目的地…” 15. 可数名词 A state or county line is a boundary between two states or counties. 界限 例: ...the California state line. …加利福尼亚州的州界。 16. 可数名词 You can use lines to refer to the set of physical defences or the soldiers that have been established along the boundary of an area occupied by an army. 防线 例: Their unit was shelling the German lines only seven miles away. 他们的部队正炮轰仅7英里外的德国防线。 17. 可数名词 The particular line that a person has toward a problem is the attitude that they have toward it. For example, if someone takes a hard line on something, they have a firm strict policy which they refuse to change. 方针 例: Forty members of the governing Conservative party rebelled, voting against the government line. 执政的保守党中的40名成员倒戈,投票反对政府方针。 18. 可数名词 You can use line to refer to the way in which someone's thoughts or activities develop, particularly if it is logical. 思路 例: Our discussion in the previous chapter continues this line of thinking. 我们在前一章的讨论延续了这种思维方式。 19. 复数型名词 If you say that something happens along particular lines , or on particular lines , you are giving a general summary or approximate account of what happens, which may not be correct in every detail. 概况 例: There followed an assortment of praise for the coffee along the lines of "Hey, this coffee is fantastic!" 接着是各种各样大概就像“嘿,这咖啡真棒”一样的对咖啡的称赞。 例: He'd said something on those lines already. 他已说过内容大致类似的话。 20. 复数型名词 If something is organized on particular lines , or along particular lines , it is organized according to that method or principle. 原则; 方法 例: ...so-called autonomous republics based on ethnic lines. …建立在种族原则基础上的所谓自治共和国。 21. 可数名词 Your line of business or work is the kind of work that you do. 行业 例: So what was your father's line of business? 那么你父亲是干哪一行的? 22. 可数名词 In a factory, a line is an arrangement of workers or machines where a product passes from one worker to another until it is finished. 流水线 例: ...a production line capable of producing three different products. …一条能生产3种不同产品的流水线。 23. 可数名词 You can use line when you are referring to a number of people who are ranked according to status. 次序 例: Nicholas Paul Patrick was seventh in the line of succession to the throne. 尼古拉斯·保罗·帕特里克在王位继承顺序上排第7。 24. 可数名词 A particular line of people or things is a series of them that has existed over a period of time, when they have all been similar in some way, or done similar things. (某个时期有某种共同之处的人、事物的) 系列 例: We were part of a long line of artists. 我们是由古至今代代艺术家中的一代。 25. →see also bottom line front line picket line PHRASES line /laɪn/ 1. 习语 If you say that someone has crossed the line or has stepped over the line , you mean that they have behaved in a way that is considered unacceptable. 举止不当 例: Sometimes, I think the administration steps over the line when they make these kinds of accusations. 有时候,我认为行政部门在发出这类指责时,他们已经出格了。 2. 习语 If you draw the line at a particular activity, you refuse to do it, because you disapprove of it or because it is more extreme than what you normally do. 拒绝 例: Letters have come from prisoners, declaring that they would draw the line at hitting an old lady. 来自囚犯们的信件声明他们不会袭击一个老妇人。 3. 习语 If you do something or if it happens to you in the line of duty , you do it or it happens as part of your regular work or as a result of it. 在执行公务中 例: More than 3,000 police officers were wounded in the line of duty last year. 去年三千多名警官在执行任务时受伤。 4. 习语 If you refer to a method as the first line of , for example, defence or treatment, you mean that it is the first or most important method to be used in dealing with a problem. 首要手段 例: Residents have the responsibility of being the first line of defence against wildfires. 居民有责任成为野火的首要防卫人员。 5. 习语 If one object is in line with others, or moves into line with others, they are arranged in a line. You can also say that a number of objects are in line or move into line . 成一直线 例: The device itself was right under the vehicle, almost in line with the gear lever. 这个装置本身就在车子下面,几乎与换挡杆成一直线。 6. 习语 If one thing is in line with another, or is brought into line with it, the first thing is, or becomes, similar to the second, especially in a way that has been planned or expected. 与…一致 例: The structure of our schools is now broadly in line with the major countries of the world. 目前我国学校的结构与世界主要国家的是基本一致的。 例: This brings the law into line with most medical opinion. 这使得该法律与医疗界的大多数意见一致。 7. 习语 If you keep someone in line or bring them into line , you make them obey you, or you make them behave in the way you want them to. 守规矩 例: All this was just designed to frighten me and keep me in line. 所有这一切只是设计来吓唬我、让我守规矩。 8. 习语 If a machine or piece of equipment comes on line , it starts operating. If it is off line , it is not operating. 在运行中 例: The new machine will go on line in June 2006. 这台新机器将在2006年6月投入使用。 9. 习语 If you do something on line , you do it using a computer or a computer network. 在网上 例: They can order their requirements on line. 他们可以在网上定购所需物品。 10. →see also online 11. to sign on the dotted line →see dotted VERB USES line /laɪn/ [ lining lined lines ] 1. 及物动词 If people or things line a road, room, or other place, they are present in large numbers along its edges or sides. 沿…排列成行 例: Thousands of local people lined the streets and clapped as the procession went by. 游行队伍经过时,数以千计的当地人在街上列队并鼓掌。 2. 及物动词 If you line a wall, container, or other object, you put a layer of something such as leaves or paper on the inside surface of it in order to make it stronger, warmer, or cleaner. 给…加衬 例: Line the basket with a bright chequered napkin just before adding the cookies. 放入饼干前,先往篮子里垫上一张鲜亮的方格餐巾。 3. →see also lining
例句1:Megamalls and fast food restaurants line the highway system.
例句1翻译:公路系统沿线有大型商场和快餐店。
例句2:Their first car rolls off the production line on December 1
例句2翻译:他们的第一辆车于12月16日下线。
例句3:Elliott crossed the finish line just half a second behind his adversary.
例句3翻译:埃利奥特跨过终点线时仅比对手落后半秒钟。
例句4:Her ear, shoulder and hip are in a straight line.
例句4翻译:她的耳朵、肩膀和髋部呈一条直线。
例句5:The Chief Constable's clipped tones crackled over the telephone line.
例句5翻译:电话线那头噼里啪啦地传来警察局长短促的声音。
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单词:turning
音标:英 ['tɜːnɪŋ] / 美 ['tɝnɪŋ]
发音:[音频]
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使用频率:1
星级词汇:5
简明释义:n. 转向;旋转;回转;转弯处v. 旋转(turn的ing形式)
额外释义: turning /ˈtɜːnɪŋ/ 1. 可数名词 If you take a particular turning , you go along a road which leads away from the side of another road. 拐弯处
例句1:The turning point in the process of growing up is when you discover the core of strength within you that survives all hurt.
例句1翻译:当你从内心深处找到一种可以忍受一切痛苦的坚强力量时,你的成长历程就会出现飞跃。
例句2:We're taking relatively benign medicines and we're turning them into poisons.
例句2翻译:我们服的药相对来说药性温和,但是我们却在把它们变成毒药。
例句3:An elevator mechanic can work the machinery directly by turning this lever.
例句3翻译:电梯修理工可以转动这根杠杆直接操作机器。
例句4:The main road continues towards Viterbo before turning right to Bolsena.
例句4翻译:大路一直延伸到维泰博,之后右转通向博尔塞纳。
例句5:They have been turning out great blades for 400 years.
例句5翻译:他们生产优质刀片已经有400年历史了。
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