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beam

US [bim]
UK [biːm]
  • n.梁;光线;平衡木;(电波的)波束
  • v.照射;发光;笑容满面;眉开眼笑
  • Web横梁;光束;船宽
Plural Form:beams  Present Participle:beaming  Past Tense:beamed  
Beam
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n.
1.
光线;(电波的)波束;(粒子的)束a line of light, electric waves or particles
narrow beams of light/sunlight
一丝丝的光线╱阳光
the beam of a torch/flashlight
手电筒光柱
a laser/electron beam
激光束;电子束
The car's headlights were on full beam(= shining as brightly as possible and not directed downwards) .
那辆汽车大开着前灯。
a car with its high beams on
前灯大开着的汽车
2.
a long piece of wood, metal, etc. used to support weight, especially as part of the roof in a building
The cottage had exposed oak beams.
小屋的橡木梁裸露着。
3.
平衡木a wooden bar that is used in the sport of gymnastics for people to move and balance on
4.
笑容;眉开眼笑a wide and happy smile
a beam of satisfaction
满意的笑容
IDM
Your calculation is way off beam.
你的计算完全错误。
off beam
(informal)
不正确;错误not correct; wrong
Your calculation is way off beam.
你的计算完全错误。
v.
1.
[i][t][nopass]
笑容满面;眉开眼笑to have a big happy smile on your face
He beamed at the journalists.
他笑容满面地面对记者。
She was positively beaming with pleasure.
她的确喜不自胜。
The barman beamed a warm smile at her.
酒吧侍者对她热情地微笑。
‘I'd love to come,’ she beamed(= said with a large smile) .
“我很乐意来。”她满面笑容地说。
2.
[t]
+ adv./prep.
发射(电波);播送to send radio or television signals over long distances using electronic equipment
Live pictures of the ceremony were beamed around the world.
典礼的实况经电视直播传到世界各地。
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
照射;发光;发热to produce a stream of light and/or heat
The morning sun beamed down on us.
早上的太阳照射着我们。
Light beamed through a hole in the curtain.
光线透过窗帘上的一个孔照射进来。

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