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dive

US [daɪv]
UK [daɪv]
  • n.潜水;跳水;俯冲;猛冲
  • v.猛冲;(头朝下)跳入水中;【体】跳水(运动)
  • Web潜入;潜入水中;下潜
Plural Form:dives  Present Participle:diving  Past Tense:dived  
Dive
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v.
跳水jump into water
1.
[i]
~ (from/off sth) (into sth).~ (in)
跳水(头和双臂先入水)to jump into water with your head and arms going in first
We dived into the river to cool off.
我们一头跳进河里,凉快一下。
水下underwater
2.
[i]
(戴呼吸装备)潜水to swim underwater wearing breathing equipment, collecting or looking at things
to dive for pearls
潜水采珠
The main purpose of his holiday to Greece was to go diving.
他到希腊度假的主要目的就是去潜水。
3.
[i]
下潜;潜到更深的水下to go to a deeper level underwater
The whale dived as the harpoon struck it.
鲸被鱼叉击中后下潜。
鸟;飞机of birds/aircraft
4.
[i]
俯冲to go steeply down through the air
The seagulls soared then dived.
海鸥翱翔着,然后俯冲下来。
价格of prices
5.
[i]
突然下降;暴跌to fall suddenly
The share price dived from 49p to an all-time low of 40p.
股价从 49 便士暴跌到 40 便士的历史最低位。
移动;跳跃;跌下move/jump/fall
6.
[i]
(informal)
扑,冲,奔(以避开某物、接球等)to move or jump quickly in a particular direction, especially to avoid sth, to try to catch a ball, etc.
We heard an explosion and dived for cover(= got into a place where we would be protected) .
我们听到一声爆炸便伏身找掩护。
The goalie dived for the ball, but missed it.
守门员一个鱼跃向球扑去,可是没有扑到。
It started to rain so we dived into the nearest cafe.
天下起雨来,我们立即钻进一家最近的咖啡馆。
7.
[i]
(对方阻截时)假摔to fall deliberately when sb tackles you, so that the referee awards a foul
n.
跳水jump into water
1.
(头和双臂先入水的)跳水a jump into deep water with your head first and your arms in front of you
a spectacular high dive(= from high above the water)
精彩的高台跳水
水下underwater
2.
(戴呼吸装备的)潜水an act of going underwater and swimming there with special equipment
a dive to a depth of 18 metres
潜到 18 米水深处
鸟;飞机of birds/aircraft
3.
扑;冲;俯冲an act of suddenly flying downwards
酒吧;夜总会bar/club
4.
(informal)
下等酒吧;低级夜总会a bar, music club, etc. that is cheap, and perhaps dark or dirty
跌倒fall
5.
(遇到阻截时的)假摔,故意跌倒a deliberate fall that a player makes when sb tackles them, so that the referee awards a foul
IDM
The goalkeeper made a dive for the ball.
守门员一个鱼跃向球扑去。
make a dive (for sth)
迅速移动;猛然一跳;扑跃to suddenly move or jump forward to do sth or reach sb/sth
The goalkeeper made a dive for the ball.
守门员一个鱼跃向球扑去。
Profits really took a dive last year.
去年利润确实跌得很厉害。
take a dive
(informal)
突然下降;暴跌to suddenly get worse
Profits really took a dive last year.
去年利润确实跌得很厉害。

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