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  • n.螺丝;螺丝钉;(对螺丝的)旋拧;性交
  • v.用螺丝固定(或拧牢);旋紧;拧紧;拧上去
  • Web螺钉;螺旋;螺栓
Plural Form:screws  Present Participle:screwing  Past Tense:screwed  
Screw
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n.
1.
[c]
螺丝钉;螺丝a thin pointed piece of metal like a nail with a raised spiral line (called a thread ) along it and a line or cross cut into its head. Screws are turned and pressed into wood, metal, etc. with a screwdriver in order to fasten two things together.
One of the screws is loose.
有一颗螺丝松了。
Now tighten all the screws.
现在把全部螺丝都拧紧。
2.
[c]
(对螺丝的)旋拧an act of turning a screw
3.
[sing]
性交an act of having sex
4.
[sing]
性交对象a partner in sex
a good screw
好的性交对象
5.
[c]
螺旋桨a propeller on a ship, a boat or an aircraft
6.
[c]
监狱看守;狱警a prison officer
IDM
have a screw loose
举止略有异常;行为稍嫌古怪to be slightly strange in your behaviour
put the screws on (sb)
胁迫;威逼to force sb to do sth by frightening and threatening them
v.
1.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
用螺丝固定(或拧牢)to fasten one thing to another or make sth tight with a screw or screws
The bookcase is screwed to the wall.
书架用螺丝固定在墙上了。
You need to screw all the parts together.
你得用螺丝把所有的零件固定在一起。
Now screw down the lid.
现在用螺丝将盖子固定好。
2.
[t]
旋紧;拧紧to twist sth around in order to fasten it in place
She screwed the cap back on the jar.
她又把广口瓶的盖子拧上。
Screw the bolt tight.
把螺栓拧紧。
3.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
拧上去to be attached by screwing
The bulb should just screw into the socket.
把灯泡拧到灯口上就行。
The lid simply screws on.
这盖子一拧就盖好了。
4.
[t]
把(纸等)揉成一团to squeeze sth, especially a piece of paper, into a tight ball
I screwed up the letter and threw it into the fire.
我把那封信揉成一团,扔进了火里。
Screw the foil into a little ball.
把箔纸揉成小团。
5.
[t]
诈骗(钱财等)to cheat sb, especially by making them pay too much money for sth
We've been screwed.
我们挨宰了。
How much did they screw you for(= how much did you have to pay) ?
他们坑了你多少钱?
6.
[i][t]
~ (sb)
(和某人)性交to have sex with sb
IDM
screw him, you, that, etc.
去他(或你)妈的;见他(或你、它)的鬼an offensive way of showing that you are annoyed or do not care about sb/sth
I finally screwed up my courage and went to the dentist.
我终于鼓起勇气,去看了牙医。
screw up your courage
鼓起勇气to force yourself to be brave enough to do sth
I finally screwed up my courage and went to the dentist.
我终于鼓起勇气,去看了牙医。

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