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clasp

US [klæsp]
UK [klɑːsp]
  • n.紧抱;(包、皮带或首饰的)搭扣;紧握;紧攥
  • v.抱紧;握紧;攥紧;抓紧
  • Web扣子;扣子,钩子;别针
Simple Present:clasps  Present Participle:clasping  Past Tense:clasped  
CLASP
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v.
1.
~ sth
握紧;攥紧;抓紧to hold sth tightly in your hand
He leaned forward, his hands clasped tightly together.
他俯身向前,双手十字交错地紧握着。
They clasped hands(= held each other's hands) .
他们相互紧握着对方的手。
I stood there, clasping the door handle.
我站在那里,紧攥着门把手。
2.
~ sb/sth
抱紧;紧紧拥抱to hold sb/sth tightly with your arms around them
She clasped the children in her arms.
她把孩子紧紧地搂在怀里。
He clasped her to him .
他紧紧地拥抱着她。
3.
~ sth (+ adv./prep.)
扣紧;扣住;扣牢to fasten sth with a clasp
She clasped the bracelet around her wrist.
她把手镯戴上手腕扣牢。
n.
1.
[c]
(包、皮带或首饰的)搭扣,扣环a device that fastens sth, such as a bag or the ends of a belt or a piece of jewellery
the clasp of a necklace/handbag
项链扣环;手提包扣
2.
[sing]
紧握;紧攥;紧抱a tight hold with your hand or in your arms
He took her hand in his firm warm clasp.
他用温暖的手紧紧握住她的手。

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