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raid

US [reɪd]
UK [reɪd]
  • v.突袭;偷袭;突击搜捕;突然搜查
  • n.抢劫;突然袭击;突击检查;突然搜查
  • Web磁盘阵列(Redundant Array of Independent Disks);磁碟阵列(Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks);独立磁盘冗余阵列
Plural Form:raids  Present Participle:raiding  Past Tense:raided  
RAID
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n.
1.
~ (on sth)
突然袭击a short surprise attack on an enemy by soldiers, ships or aircraft
They carried out a bombing raid on enemy bases.
他们突然出击,轰炸了敌军的基地。
2.
~ (on sth)
突击检查;突然搜查a surprise visit by the police looking for criminals or for illegal goods or drugs
They were arrested during a dawn raid .
在一次清晨的突击搜查中,他们都被捕了。
3.
~ (on sth)
抢劫;打劫an attack on a building, etc. in order to commit a crime
an armed bank raid
一起持械抢劫银行案
v.
1.
~ sth
突击搜捕;突然搜查to visit a person or place without warning to look for criminals, illegal goods, drugs, etc.
2.
~ sth
突袭;偷袭to attack a place without warning
Villages along the border are regularly raided.
边境附近的村庄经常遭受突袭。
a raiding party(= a group of soldiers, etc. that attack a place)
突袭小分队
3.
~ sth
劫掠;打劫to enter a place, usually using force, and steal from it
Many treasures were lost when the tombs were raided in the last century.
上世纪这些坟墓遭到偷盗,很多财宝都失踪了。
I caught him raiding the fridge again(= taking food from it) .
我撞见他又在扫荡冰箱里的食物。

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