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horn 

  • 基本释义
  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
  • 双解释义
  • 英英释义
  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

horn

[hɔ:n]

n.喇叭, 触角, 角质, 号
v.强行介入

例句与用法:

The rhinoceros has one horn on its nose.

犀牛鼻子上有一个角。

The driver tooted his horn as he approached the bend.

开车的人在快要转弯时按响了喇叭。

The driver hooted his horn (at us).

司机(冲著我们)鸣喇叭。

He is an agreeable fellow, but likes to blow his own horn.

他是一个随和的人,但就是喜欢自吹自擂。

The driver blew his horn when the child stepped in front of the car.

当小男孩走到汽车前面时,汽车司机按响了喇叭。

词形变化:

名词: hornist | 动词过去式: horned | 动词过去分词: horned | 动词现在分词: horning | 动词第三人称单数: horns |

n.

1. 角; 触角, 触须

The young goat was just beginning to grow horns.

那头小山羊刚开始长角。

2. 角质[U]

The handle of this knife is made of horn.

这把刀的柄是用角制成的。

3. 角制物[C]

4. 管乐器; 号, 小号, 号角[C]

5. 警笛, 喇叭[C]

A car passed him at top speed, sounding its horn.

那辆车鸣着喇叭, 全速从他身边驶过。

vt.

1. 用角抵触(或刺挑)

2. 装角于

3. 把(牛)角截去(或截短)


短语词组:

blow one's own horn

1. 吹嘘

People get tired of a man who is always blowing his own horn.

人们对老是吹牛的人感到厌烦。

draw/pull in one's horns

1. 退缩

If we don't get some extra money from somewhere we shall have to draw our horns in pretty sharply.

要是我们不能从别的地方弄到钱, 那就只好赶紧打退堂鼓了。

lock horns

1. 争吵

She locked horns with him over the subject of equal pay for women.

她在妇女同酬问题上跟他争得不可开交。

on the horns of a dilemma

1. 进退两难

I was on the horns of a dilemma when I was offered another job.

人家又给了我一个工作, 我不由得进退两难。

show one's horns

1. 露出凶相

He showed his horns.

他凶相毕露。


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