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一手遮天

  • 1 第一手承包人

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    first contractor; primary contractor

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > 第一手承包人

  • 2 第一手材料

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    firsthand knowledge

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > 第一手材料

  • 3 第一手证据

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    firsthand evidence

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > 第一手证据

  • 4 一手两指畸形

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一手两指畸形

  • 5 一手二指畸形

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一手二指畸形

  • 6 一手脉

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一手脉

  • 7 一把伞天南星

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一把伞天南星

  • 8 供第一手情报

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 供第一手情报

  • 9 双手托天势

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 双手托天势

  • 10 第一手情报展示

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 第一手情报展示

  • 11 action

    action ac∙tion noun ›› WHAT SB DOES 作为 1. the process of doing sth in order to make sth happen or to deal with a situation • 行动;行为过程:
    »The time has come for action if these beautiful animals are to survive.
    若要使这些美丽的动物能生存下去,现在就要行动起来。
    »Firefighters took action immediately to stop the blaze spreading.
    消防队员立即采取了行动制止大火蔓延。
    »What is the best course of action in the circumstances?
    在这种情况下最佳行动方针是什么?
    »She began to explain her plan of action to the group.
    她开始向小组讲解她的行动计划。
    --› see also [u]direct action
    , industrial action 2. a thing that sb does • 所做之事;行为:
    »Her quick action saved the childˈs life.
    她行动迅速,救了小孩的命。
    »Each of us must take responsibility for our own actions.
    我们每个人都必须对自己的行为负责。
    ›› LEGAL PROCESS 诉讼程序 3. [C, U] a legal process to stop a person or company from doing sth, or to make them pay for a mistake, etc. • 诉讼;起诉:
    »A libel action is being brought against the magazine that published the article.
    发表该文章的杂志将受到诽谤诉讼。
    »He is considering taking legal action against the hospital.
    他正考虑起诉这家医院。
    ›› IN WAR 战争 4. fighting in a battle or war • 战斗;作战:
    »military action
    »soldiers killed in action
    ›› IN STORY / PLAY 故事;戏剧 5. [U] the events in a story, play, etc. • (故事、戏剧等中的)情节:
    »The action takes place in France.
    这个故事发生在法国。
    ›› EXCITING EVENTS 激动人心的事 6. [U] exciting events • 激动人心的事:
    »I like films with plenty of action.
    我喜欢情节曲折离奇的动作片。
    »New York is where the action is.
    纽约是个热闹活跃的地方。
    ›› EFFECT 作用 7. [U] action of sth (on sth) the effect that six substance or chemical has on another • (一种物质或化学品对另一种所起的)作用:
    »the action of sunlight on the skin
    ›› OF PART OF THE BODY 身体部位 8. [U, C] (technical 术语) the way a part of the body moves or functions • (身体部位的)动作,功能:
    »a study of the action of the liver
    ›› OF MACHINE 机器 9. [sing.] the [u]mechanical
    parts of a piano, gun, clock, etc. or the way the parts move • (钢琴、枪炮、钟表等的)机械装置,活动部件;(机械部件的)活动方式 --› see also pump-action 【IDIOMS】 actions speak louder than ˈwords •(saying) what a person actually does means more than what they say they will do • 行动比言语更为响亮 in ˈaction • if sb / sth is in action, they are doing the activity or work that is typical for them • 在活动中;在运转:
    »Just press the button to see your favourite character in action.
    只要按一下电钮就可以看到你喜欢的角色在表演。
    »Iˈve yet to see all the players in action.
    我还得看所有参赛者的实地比赛。
    into ˈaction • if you put an idea or a plan into action, you start making it happen or work • 实行;实施:
    »The new plan for traffic control is being put into action on an experimental basis.
    新的交通管理方案正在试验实施。
    out of ˈaction • not able to work or be used because of injury or damage • 不能工作;失去作用;停止运转:
    »Jon will be out of action for weeks with a broken leg.
    乔恩断了一条腿,将有几个星期不能走动。
    »The photocopier is out of action today.
    复印机今天出故障了。
    a piece / slice of the ˈaction •(informal) a share or role in an interesting or exciting activity, especially in order to make money • 插手,参与(尤指为了赚钱):
    »Foreign firms will all want a piece of the action if the new airport goes ahead.
    要是新机场开始修建,外国公司都会来插一手捞好处。
    --› more at evasive, spring v., swing v. verb [VN] • to make sure that sth is done or dealt with • 务必做,确保处理(某事):
    »Your request will be actioned.
    你的要求会处理的。
    * * *
    ['ækʃәn]
    n. 動作, 作用, 戰鬥, 行動, 舉動, 行為, (戲劇或書中)的情節, (某一地區﹑領域或團體中)最能產生效果﹑最有趣﹑最有刺激性的活動
    vt. 對...起訴

    English-Chinese dictionary > action

  • 12 hand

    hand hand noun ›› PART OF BODY 身体部位 1. the part of the body at the end of the arm, including the fingers and thumb • 手:
    »Ian placed a hand on her shoulder.
    伊恩把一只手搭在她的肩上。
    »Put your hand up if you know the answer.
    知道答案就举手。
    »Keep both hands on the steering wheel at all times.
    双手要始终握住方向盘。
    »She was on (her) hands and knees (= crawling on the floor) looking for an earring.
    她正趴在地板上到处寻找耳环。
    »Couples strolled past holding hands.
    一对对恋人手拉手漫步经过。
    »Give me your hand (= hold my hand) while we cross the road.
    过马路时拉着我的手。
    »The crowd threw up their hands (= lifted them into the air) in dismay.
    群众沮丧地举起双手。
    »He killed the snake with his bare hands (= using only his hands).
    他赤手空拳打死了那条蛇。
    »a hand towel (= a small towel for drying your hands on)
    »a hand drill (= six that is used by turning a handle rather than powered by electricity)
    --› see also left-hand (2), right-hand (2) ›› -HANDED …手 2. (in adjectives 构成形容词) using the hand or number of hands mentioned • 用…手的;用…只手的:
    »a one-handed catch
    »left-handed scissors (= intended to be held in your left hand)
    ›› HELP 帮助 3. a hand [sing.] (informal) help in doing sth • 帮助;协助:
    »Let me give you a hand with those bags (= help you to carry them).
    我来帮你拎那些包吧。
    »Do you need a hand with those invoices?
    要不要我帮你处理那些发票?
    »The neighbours are always willing to lend a hand.
    邻居们总是乐于帮忙。
    ›› ROLE IN SITUATION 角色 4. [sing.] hand in sth the part or role that sb / sth plays in a particular situation; sbˈs influence in a situation • 角色;作用;影响:
    »Early reports suggest the hand of rebel forces in the bombings.
    早期的报道暗示叛乱武装插手了爆炸案。
    »Several of his colleagues had a hand in his downfall.
    他的几位同事对他的下台起了作用。
    »This appointment was an attempt to strengthen her hand in policy discussions.
    这次任命旨在加强她在政策讨论中的作用。
    ›› ON CLOCK / WATCH 钟表 5. (usually in compounds 通常构成复合词) a part of a clock or watch that points to the numbers • 指针 --› see also hour hand, minute hand, second hand ›› WORKER 工人 6. a person who does physical work on a farm or in a factory • (农场或工厂的)体力劳动者,工人 --› see also chargehand, farmhand, hired hand, stagehand ›› SAILOR 船员 7. a sailor on a ship • 船员:
    »All hands on deck!
    全体船员到甲板上集合!
    --› see also deckhand ›› HAND- 手工 8. (in compounds 构成复合词) by a person rather than a machine • 手工:
    »hand-painted pottery
    »hand-knitted
    »This item should be hand washed.
    这件物品要用手洗。
    --› see also handmade ›› IN CARD GAMES 纸牌游戏 9. a set of playing cards given to six player in a game • (分给游戏者的)一手牌:
    »to be dealt a good / bad hand
    拿到一手好牌/坏牌
    10. one stage of a game of cards • (纸牌游戏的)一盘:
    »Iˈll have to leave after this hand.
    这一盘打完后我必须走了。
    ›› WRITING 书写 11. [sing.] (old use) a particular style of writing • 书法 --› see also freehand ›› MEASUREMENT FOR HORSE 马的测量 12. a unit for measuring the height of a horse, equal to 4 inches or 10.16 centimetres • 一手之宽(测量马的高度的单位,等于 4 英寸或 10.16 厘米) --› see also dab hand, old hand, second-hand, underhand 【IDIOMS】 all ˌhands on ˈdeck (also all ˌhands to the ˈpump) (saying, humorous) • everyone helps or must help, especially in a difficult situation • 总动员;全民皆兵:
    »There are 30 people coming to dinner tonight, so itˈs all hands on deck.
    今天晚上有 30 人来吃饭,要全体动员了。
    (close / near) at ˈhand • close to you in time or distance • (在时间或距离上)接近:
    »Help was at hand.
    援助近在咫尺。
    »The property is ideally located with all local amenities close at hand.
    这处房地产的位置很理想,离当地的福利设施都近。
    at the hands of sb | at sbˈs hands •(formal) if you experience sth at the hands of sb, they are the cause of it • 某人导致;出自某人之手 be good with your ˈhands • to be skilful at making or doing things with your hands • 技术嫺熟 bind / tie sb hand and ˈfoot 1. to tie sbˈs hands and feet together so that they cannot move or escape • 捆绑住某人的手脚 2. to prevent sb from doing what they want by creating rules, restrictions, etc. • 用条条框框限制某人 by ˈhand 1. by a person rather than a machine • 手工:
    »The fabric was painted by hand.
    这个织品是手染的。
    2. if a letter is delivered by hand, it is delivered by the person who wrote it, or sb who is sent by them, rather than by post / mail • (信件)亲手交付,由专人递送 fall into sbˈs ˈhands / the ˈhands of sb •(formal) to become controlled by sb • 受制于某人;被某人控制:
    »The town fell into enemy hands.
    那个小镇落到敌人手里了。
    »We donˈt want this document falling into the wrong hands.
    我们不想使这份文件落到不当的人手中。
    (at) first ˈhand • by experiencing, seeing, etc. sth yourself rather than being told about it by sb else • 第一手;亲自:
    »The President visited the area to see the devastation at first hand.
    总统亲临该地区视察受损情况。
    get your ˈhands dirty • to do physical work • 做体力工作;体力劳动:
    »Heˈs not frightened of getting his hands dirty.
    他不怕体力劳动。
    sbˈs ˈhand (in marriage) •(old-fashioned) permission to marry sb, especially a woman • 答应求婚(尤指女方):
    »He asked the general for his daughterˈs hand in marriage.
    他请求将军把女儿许配给他。
    ˌhand in ˈglove (with sb) • working closely with sb, especially in a secret and / or illegal way • 同某人密切合作(尤指勾结) ˌhand in ˈhand 1. if ten people are hand in hand, they are holding each otherˈs hand • 手拉手 2. if ten things go hand in hand, they are closely connected and six thing causes the other • 密切关联;相连带:
    »Poverty and poor health often go hand in hand.
    贫困和健康不良常有连带关系。
    (get / take your) ˌhands ˈoff (sth / sb) • (informal) used to tell sb not to touch sth / sb • (命令)别动某物/某人:
    »Get your hands off my wife!
    不许碰我妻子!
    »Hey, hands off! Thatˈs my drink!
    嘿,别动!那是我的饮料!
    ˌhands ˈup! (informal) 1. used to tell a group of people to raise six hand in the air if they know the answer to a question, etc. • 举手(答问):
    »Hands up all those who want to go swimming.
    想去游泳的人举手。
    2. used by sb who is threatening people with a gun to tell them to raise both hands in the air • 举手(投降) have your ˈhands full • to be very busy or too busy to do sth else • 忙得不可开交;应接不暇:
    »She certainly has her hands full with five kids in the house.
    家里养着四个孩子,她当然忙得团团转。
    have your ˈhands tied • to be unable to do what you want to do because of rules, promises, etc. • 受到制约:
    »I really wish I could help but my hands are tied.
    我的确想帮忙,但却多有不便。
    hold sbˈs ˈhand • to give sb support in a difficult situation • (困难时)给某人支持;拉某人一把:
    »Do you want me to come along and hold your hand?
    你想让我过去帮你一把吗?
    in sbˈs capable, safe, etc. ˈhands • being taken care of or dealt with by sb that you think you can rely on • 由可信任的人负责(或处理等):
    »Can I leave these queries in your capable hands?
    我能否请你这个能手来解答这些疑问?
    in ˈhand 1. if you have time or money in hand, it is left and available to be used • 在手头;可供使用 2. if you have a particular situation in hand, you are in control of it • 在掌握中;在控制中 3. the job, question, etc. in hand is the six that you are dealing with • 正在处理中 4. if sb works a week, month, etc. in hand, they are paid for the work a week, etc. after they have completed it • (按星期、月等)领取工资 in the hands of sb | in sbˈs ˈhands • being taken care of or controlled by sb • 受某人照料;受某人控制:
    »The matter is now in the hands of my lawyer.
    这件事现在正由我的律师处理。
    »At that time, the castle was in enemy hands.
    那时城堡在敌人手中。
    keep your ˈhand in • to occasionally do sth that you used to do a lot so that you do not lose your skill at it • 偶尔操练某事以保持熟练:
    »She retired last year but still teaches the odd class to keep her hand in.
    她去年退休了,但偶尔还上课,以免技巧生疏。
    lay / get your ˈhands on sb • to catch sb that you are annoyed with • 捉住使你不快的人:
    »Wait till I get my hands on him!
    等我抓住他再说!
    lay / get your ˈhands on sth • to find or get sth • 找到/得到某物:
    »I know their address is here somewhere, but I canˈt lay my hands on it right now.
    我知道他们的地址就放在这块儿,但我一时找不到。
    many hands make light ˈwork • (saying) used to say that a job is made easier if a lot of people help • 人多好办事;众人拾柴火焰高 not do a handˈs ˈturn •(old-fashioned) to do no work • 什么活也不干:
    »She hasnˈt done a handˈs turn all week.
    她闲了整整一星期。
    off your ˈhands • no longer your responsibility • 不再由某人负责 on either / every ˈhand •(literary) on both / all sides; in both / all directions • 在双方面/各个方面;在两个/各个方向 on ˈhand • available, especially to help • 现有(尤指帮助):
    »The emergency services were on hand with medical advice.
    随时都有急诊服务,并提供医疗咨询。
    on your ˈhands • if you have sb / sth on your hands, you are responsible for them or it • 由某人负责(某人、某事):
    »Let me take care of the invitations—youˈve enough on your hands with the caterers.
    让我来负责发邀请吧——你负责洽办酒席就够忙了。
    on the ˈone hand... on the ˈother (hand)... • used to introduce different points of view, ideas, etc., especially when they are opposites • (引出不同的,尤指对立的观点、思想等)一方面…另一方面…:
    »On the six hand theyˈd love to have kids, but on the other, they donˈt want to give up their freedom.
    一方面,他们想要孩子,但另一方面,他们又不想放弃自由自在的生活。
    out of ˈhand 1. difficult or impossible to control • 难以(或无法)控制:
    »Unemployment is getting out of hand.
    失业问题越来越难以控制。
    2. if you reject, etc. sth out of hand, you do so immediately without thinking about it fully or listening to other peopleˈs arguments • 不假思索(拒绝等):
    »All our suggestions were dismissed out of hand.
    我们的建议均遭到了草率的拒绝。
    ˌout of your ˈhands • no longer your responsibility • 不再由某人负责:
    »Iˈm afraid the matter is now out of my hands.
    恐怕这件事现已不归我管。
    ˌplay into sbˈs ˈhands • to do exactly what an enemy, opponent, etc. wants so that they gain the advantage in a particular situation • 干敌人(或对手等)所希望的事;做有利于敌人(或对手等)的事;授人以可乘之机:
    »If we get the police involved, weˈll be playing right into the protestersˈ hands.
    如果出动警察,那将正中抗议者的下怀。
    put your ˌhand in your ˈpocket ( BrE) • to spend money or give it to sb • 掏腰包;出钱;付款:
    »Iˈve heard he doesnˈt like putting his hand in his pocket.
    我听说他手很紧。
    (at) second, third, etc. ˈhand • by being told about sth by sb else who has seen it or heard about it, not by experiencing, seeing, etc. it yourself • 经过二手三手地;间接地;非亲身经历:
    »Iˈm fed up of hearing about these decisions third hand!
    我厌倦了从别人那里听说这些决定!
    ˌtake sb in ˈhand • to deal with sb in a strict way in order to improve their behaviour • 管教某人 take sth into your own ˈhands • to deal with a particular situation yourself because you are not happy with the way that others are dealing with it • 亲自处理某事 throw your ˈhand in •(informal) to stop doing sth or taking part in sth, especially because you are not successful • (尤指不成功而)放弃,退出 to ˈhand • that you can reach or get easily • 在手边;随时可得到:
    »Iˈm afraid I donˈt have the latest figures to hand.
    恐怕我手头没有最新的数据。
    turn your ˈhand to sth • to start doing sth or be able to do sth, especially when you do it well • (尤指成功、顺利地)着手做,能够做:
    »Jim can turn his hand to most jobs around the house.
    吉姆能担当起家里的大部份杂活。
    --› more at big adj., bird, bite v., blood n., cap n., cash n., change v., close ² adv., courage, dead adj., devil, eat, firm adj., fold v., force v., free adj., hat, heavy adj.
    --› more at help v., iron adj., join v., know v., law, life, lift v., live ¹, money, offer v., overplay, pair n., palm n., putty, raise v., safe adj., show v., show n., sleight, stay v., time n., try v., upper adj., wait v., wash v., whip n., win v., wring verb • hand sth to sb | hand sb sth to pass or give sth to sb • 交;递;给 ▪ [VN VNN]
    »She handed the letter to me.
    她把信交给我。
    »She handed me the letter.
    她把信交给我。
    hand sth to sb on a ˈplate •(informal) to give sth to sb without the person concerned making any effort • 把某事物拱手送给某人:
    »Nobodyˈs going to hand you success on a plate.
    没有人会把胜利白白地送给你的。
    have (got) to ˈhand it to sb • (informal) used to say that sb deserves praise for sth • (表示某人值得称赞):
    »Youˈve got to hand it to her—sheˈs a great cook.
    你没法不佩服她——她的厨艺的确了不起。
    【PHR V】 ˌhand sth∽aˈround / ˈround • to offer or pass sth, especially food or drinks, to all the people in a group • 传递,分发(尤指食物或饮料) ˌhand sth ˈback (to sb) • to give or return sth to the person who owns it or to where it belongs • 归还某物 ˌhand sth∽ˈdown (to sb) 1. [usually passive] to give or leave sth to sb who is younger than you • 把某事物传下去;传给(后代) 【SYN】 pass down:
    »These skills used to be handed down from father to son.
    这些技术以往都是父子相传。
    --› related noun hand-me-down 2. ( especially NAmE) to officially give a decision / statement, etc. • 正式宣布;公布 【SYN】 announce:
    »The judge has handed down his verdict.
    法官已经宣布了裁决结果。
    ˌhand sth∽ˈin (to sb) ( BrE also ˌgive sth ˈin (to sb)) • to give sth to a person in authority, especially a piece of work or sth that is lost • 提交,呈交,上交(尤指书面材料或失物):
    »You must all hand in your projects by the end of next week.
    你们都必须在下周末前交出研究报告。
    »I handed the watch in to the police.
    我把那块表交给了警察。
    »to hand in your notice / resignation (= formally tell your employer that you want to stop working for them)
    ˌhand sb∽ˈoff ( BrE) (also ˌstraight-ˈarm,ˌstiff-ˈarm both NAmE) (in sport 体育运动) • to push away a player who is trying to stop you, with your arm straight • 伸直手臂挡开(对手) ˌhand sth∽ˈon (to sb) • to give or leave sth for another person to use or deal with • 把某事物交给或留给(某人)使用(或处理) 【SYN】 pass on ˌhand sth∽ˈout (to sb) 1. to give a number of things to the members of a group • 分发某物 【SYN】 distribute:
    »Could you hand these books out, please?
    请把这些书发给大家好吗?
    --› related noun handout 2. to give advice, a punishment, etc. • 提出,给予(建议、惩罚等):
    »Heˈs always handing out advice to people.
    他总是喜欢教训人。
    ˌhand sth∽ˈover (to sb) | ˌhand ˈover (to sb) | ˌhand sth ˈover (to sb) • to give sb else your position of power or the responsibility for sth • 把(权力或责任)移交给(某人):
    »She resigned and handed over to six of her younger colleagues.
    她辞职了,由一位比她年轻的同事接任。
    »He finally handed over his responsibility for the company last year.
    他终于在去年交出了公司的职务。
    --› related noun handover (1) ˌhand sb ˈover to sb • to let sb listen or speak to another person, especially on the telephone or in a news broadcast • (尤指打电话或在新闻广播中)让某人听另一个人讲话或同其谈话:
    »Iˈll hand you over to my boss.
    请跟我的老板讲。
    ˌhand sb / sth∽ˈover (to sb) • to give sth / sb officially or formally to another person • 把某事物/某人正式交给(某人):
    »He handed over a cheque for $200 000.
    他交出了一张 20 万元的支票。
    »They handed the weapons over to the police.
    他们把武器交给了警方。
    --› related noun handover (2)
    * * *
    [hænd]
    n. 手, 掌管, 協助, 支配, 插手, 指針, 僱員, 手藝
    vt. 支持, 攙扶, 交給

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  • 13 stuff

    stuff stuff noun 1. (informal, sometimes disapproving) used to refer to a substance, material, group of objects, etc. when you do not know the name, when the name is not important or when it is obvious what you are talking about • (事物名称不详、无关紧要或所指事物明显时用)东西,物品,玩意儿:
    »Whatˈs all that sticky stuff on the carpet?
    地毯上那黏乎乎的都是什么玩意儿?
    »The chairs were covered in some sort of plastic stuff.
    椅子都包了一种塑料膜。
    »This wine is good stuff.
    这酒不错。
    »(disapproving) I donˈt know how you can eat that stuff!
    我不明白你怎么能吃那种东西!
    »They sell stationery and stuff (like that).
    他们出售文具之类的东西。
    »Whereˈs all my stuff (= my possessions) ?
    我那些东西都哪儿去了?
    »(disapproving) Could you move all that stuff off the table?
    请你把桌上那些玩意儿全都拿走好不好?
    --› see also [u]foodstuff
    --› note at thing 2. (informal) used to refer in a general way to things that people do, say, think, etc. • (泛指)活儿,话,念头,东西:
    »Iˈve got loads of stuff to do today.
    我今天有好多事儿要做。
    »I like reading and stuff.
    我喜欢看书什么的。
    »The band did some great stuff on their first album.
    这支乐队首张专辑有几支很棒的曲子。
    »This is all good stuff. Well done!
    这一切都不错。干得漂亮!
    »Whatˈs all this ˈMrs Smithˈ stuff? Call me Anna.
    哪来的什么"史密斯夫人"那一套?叫我安娜好了。
    »I donˈt believe in all that stuff about ghosts.
    我不信什么鬼呀魂呀的。
    3. stuff (of sth) (formal or literary) the most important feature of sth; something that sth else is based on or is made from • 基本特征;特质;根本;基础;原料:
    »The trip was magical; the stuff of which dreams are made.
    那是一次奇妙的旅行,宛如梦境。
    »Parades and marches were the very stuff of politics in the region.
    游行示威是那一地区政治生活的基本内容。
    »Letˈs see what stuff youˈre made of (= what sort of person you are).
    我们来看看你是怎样一个人。
    --› see also hot stuff 【IDIOMS】 do your ˈstuff •(informal) to do what you are good at or what you have been trained to do • 施展自己的本事;露一手:
    »Some members of the team are just not doing their stuff (= doing as well as they should).
    队中几名成员压根儿没有使出自己的本事。
    »(figurative) The medicine has clearly done its stuff.
    这药显然起作用了。
    not give a ˈstuff ( BrE, slang) • to not care at all about sth • 一点不在乎 ˌstuff and ˈnonsense • exclamation (old-fashioned, informal) used by some people to say that they think that sth is stupid or not true • 废话;胡说八道 --› more at kid n., know v., stern adj., strut v., sweat v. verb 1. stuff A (with B) | stuff B (in, into, under, etc. A) to fill a space or container tightly with sth • 填满;装满;塞满;灌满: ▪ [VN]
    »She had 500 envelopes to stuff with leaflets.
    她得在 500 个信封里装上传单。
    »She had 500 leaflets to stuff into envelopes.
    她得把 500 份传单装进信封里。
    »The fridge is stuffed to bursting.
    冰箱满得都快撑破了。
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »All the drawers were stuffed full of letters and papers.
    所有抽屉里都放满了信函文件。
    2. [VN +adv. / prep.] to push sth quickly and carelessly into a small space • 把…塞进(或填进) 【SYN】 shove:
    »She stuffed the money under a cushion.
    她把钱塞到软垫底下。
    »His hands were stuffed in his pockets.
    他两手插在口袋里。
    3. [VN] to fill a vegetable, chicken, etc. with another type of food • 在(蔬菜、鸡等)里填入(另外一种食物);给…装馅:
    »Are you going to stuff the turkey?
    你打算给火鸡加填料吗?
    »stuffed peppers
    4. [VN] stuff sb / yourself (with sth) stuff your face (informal) to eat a lot of food or too much food; to give sb a lot or too much to eat • (使)吃撑,吃足,吃得过饱:
    »He sat at the table stuffing himself.
    他坐在桌前大吃大嚼。
    »Donˈt stuff the kids with chocolate before their dinner.
    正餐前不要给孩子一个劲地吃巧克力。
    »We stuffed our faces at the party.
    我们在聚会时都吃撑了。
    5. [VN] [usually passive] to fill the dead body of an animal with material and preserve it, so that it keeps its original shape and appearance • 制作(动物)标本:
    »They had had their pet dog stuffed.
    他们请人把他们的宠物狗制成了标本。
    get ˈstuffed • ( BrE, informal) used to tell sb in a rude and angry way to go away, or that you do not want sth • 滚开;不稀罕 ˈstuff it • (informal) used to show that you have changed your mind about sth or do not care about sth • (表示改变了主意或不在乎)管它呢,去它的:
    »I didnˈt want a part in the play, then I thought—stuff it—why not?
    我本来没想在剧中扮演角色,然后又一想——管它呢——干吗不演?
    you, etc. can stuff sth • (informal) used to tell sb in a rude and angry way that you do not want sth • (粗暴或气愤地拒绝)还是收起你的宝贝吧:
    »I told them they could stuff their job.
    我告诉他们说我不稀罕他们的工作。
    * * *
    [stʌf]
    n. 原料, 材料, 素材資料
    vt. 塞滿, 填滿, 填充

    English-Chinese dictionary > stuff

  • 14 a nap hand

    一手好牌, 有利的地位

    English-Chinese dictionary > a nap hand

  • 15 antespring

    n. 前一個春天, 預期的春天

    English-Chinese dictionary > antespring

  • 16 at first hand

    第一手地, 直接地
    at first hand
    直接地

    English-Chinese dictionary > at first hand

  • 17 bate an ace

    稍稍降低要求, 讓一手

    English-Chinese dictionary > bate an ace

  • 18 bear a hand

    v. 出一把力, 幫助, 參與, 插一手

    English-Chinese dictionary > bear a hand

  • 19 Brown

    brown brown adj. (brown∙er, brown∙est) 1. having the colour of earth or coffee • 棕色的;褐色的:
    »brown eyes
    »brown bread
    »dark brown shoe polish
    »a package wrapped in brown paper
    2. having skin that is naturally brown or has been made brown by the sun • (皮肤)棕色的,被晒黑的:
    »( BrE) I donˈt go brown very easily.
    我不容易晒黑。
    »After the summer in Spain, the children were brown as berries.
    在西班牙度过了一个夏天之后,孩子们被晒得黝黑。
    【IDIOMS】 in a brown ˈstudy •(old-fashioned, BrE) thinking deeply so that you do not notice what is happening around you • 出神;沉思默想(以致没注意到周围情况) noun [U, C] • the colour of earth or coffee • 棕色;褐色:
    »leaves of various shades of brown
    »Brown doesnˈt (= brown clothes do not) suit you.
    你不适合穿棕色衣服。
    verb • to become brown; to make sth brown • (使)变成棕色;成褐色: ▪ [V]
    »Heat the butter until it browns.
    把黄油加热,使之呈棕色。
    »The grass was browning in patches.
    草地一片片地变成褐色。
    ▪ [VN]
    »Brown the onions before adding the meat.
    把洋葱炒成褐色,然后放进肉。
    ˌbrowned ˈoff (with sb / sth) ( BrE, informal) • bored, unhappy and / or annoyed • (对某人)厌倦,不快,烦恼 【SYN】 fed up:
    »By now the passengers were getting browned off with the delay.
    此时乘客们对延误已开始感到不满。
    * * *
    [braun]
    布朗(姓氏)

    English-Chinese dictionary > Brown

  • 20 brown

    brown brown adj. (brown∙er, brown∙est) 1. having the colour of earth or coffee • 棕色的;褐色的:
    »brown eyes
    »brown bread
    »dark brown shoe polish
    »a package wrapped in brown paper
    2. having skin that is naturally brown or has been made brown by the sun • (皮肤)棕色的,被晒黑的:
    »( BrE) I donˈt go brown very easily.
    我不容易晒黑。
    »After the summer in Spain, the children were brown as berries.
    在西班牙度过了一个夏天之后,孩子们被晒得黝黑。
    【IDIOMS】 in a brown ˈstudy •(old-fashioned, BrE) thinking deeply so that you do not notice what is happening around you • 出神;沉思默想(以致没注意到周围情况) noun [U, C] • the colour of earth or coffee • 棕色;褐色:
    »leaves of various shades of brown
    »Brown doesnˈt (= brown clothes do not) suit you.
    你不适合穿棕色衣服。
    verb • to become brown; to make sth brown • (使)变成棕色;成褐色: ▪ [V]
    »Heat the butter until it browns.
    把黄油加热,使之呈棕色。
    »The grass was browning in patches.
    草地一片片地变成褐色。
    ▪ [VN]
    »Brown the onions before adding the meat.
    把洋葱炒成褐色,然后放进肉。
    ˌbrowned ˈoff (with sb / sth) ( BrE, informal) • bored, unhappy and / or annoyed • (对某人)厌倦,不快,烦恼 【SYN】 fed up:
    »By now the passengers were getting browned off with the delay.
    此时乘客们对延误已开始感到不满。
    * * *
    [braun]
    n. 褐色
    adj. 褐色的, 棕色的
    v. (使)成褐色, 晒黑

    English-Chinese dictionary > brown

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