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bust

US [bʌst]
UK [bʌst]
  • n.(石或金属的)半身像;(尤指衣服或尺寸)女子的胸部
  • v.打破;摔碎;突击搜查(或搜捕);降低军阶
  • adj.破碎;毁坏;破产
  • Web胸围;胸像;半身雕像
Plural Form:busts  Present Participle:busting  Past Tense:busted  
Bust
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v.
1.
~ sth
打破;摔碎to break sth
I bust my camera.
我把照相机摔坏了。
The lights are busted.
灯泡被砸碎了。
Come out, or I'll bust the door down!
出来,不然我就砸门了!
2.
~ sb/sth (for sth)
突击搜查(或搜捕)to suddenly enter a place and search it or arrest sb
He's been busted for drugs.
他因涉嫌毒品而遭到拘捕。
3.
~ sb
(使)降级,降低军阶to make sb lower in military rank as a punishment
IDM
bust a gut (doing sth/to do sth)
(informal)
努力(做某事)to make a great effort to do sth
For him it's the Olympics or bust.
他将竭尽全力参加奥运会。
… or bust
(informal)
(表示将全力以赴)used to say that you will try very hard to get somewhere or achieve sth
For him it's the Olympics or bust.
他将竭尽全力参加奥运会。
n.
1.
(石或金属的)半身像a stone or metal model of a person's head, shoulders and chest
2.
(尤指衣服或尺寸)女子的胸部,胸围(used especially when talking about clothes or measurements) a woman's breasts or the measurement around the breasts and back
What is your bust measurement, Madam?
您的胸围是多少,太太?
3.
(informal)
(警方的)突击搜捕,突击搜查an unexpected visit made by the police in order to arrest people for doing sth illegal
a drug bust
突击搜查毒品
4.
蹩脚的东西;没价值的事物a thing that is not good
As a show it was a bust.
作为一场演出,那可不怎么样。
adj.
1.
破碎;毁坏broken
My watch is bust.
我的表坏了。
2.
破产failed because of a lack of money
We're bust!
我们破产了!
We lost our money when the travel company went bust .
旅行社破产,我们的钱都赔了进去。

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