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spike

US [spaɪk]
UK [spaɪk]
  • n.穗;穗状花序;猛增;尖状物
  • v.用尖物刺入(或扎破);在…中偷偷掺入(烈酒、毒药或毒品)
  • Web长钉;斯派克;刺突
Plural Form:spikes  Present Participle:spiking  Past Tense:spiked  
Spike
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n.
1.
[c]
尖状物;尖头;尖刺a thin object with a sharp point, especially a pointed piece of metal, wood, etc.
a row of iron spikes on a wall
墙头的一排尖铁
Her hair stood up in spikes.
她的头发一缕一缕地翘着。
2.
[c][usupl]
(防滑)鞋钉a metal point attached to the sole of a sports shoe to prevent you from slipping while running
3.
[pl]
(赛跑用的)钉鞋shoes fitted with these metal spikes , used for running
a pair of spikes
一双钉鞋
4.
[c]
穗;穗状花序a long pointed group of flowers that grow together on a single stem
5.
[c][ususing]
(informal)
猛增;急升a sudden large increase in sth
a spike in oil prices
油价的急剧上涨
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb/sth (on sth)
用尖物刺入(或扎破)to push a sharp piece of metal, wood, etc. into sb/sth; to injure sth on a sharp point
2.
[t]
~ sth (with sth)
在…中偷偷掺入(烈酒、毒药或毒品)to add alcohol, poison or a drug to sb's drink or food without them knowing
He gave her a drink spiked with tranquillizers.
他给了她一杯偷偷放了镇静剂的饮料。
Her words were spiked with malice.
她的话暗含恶意。
3.
[t]
~ sth
拒绝发表;阻止…传播;阻挠to reject sth that a person has written or said; to prevent sth from happening or being made public
The article was spiked for fear of legal action against the newspaper.
因担心被提起诉讼,报社未发表那篇文章。
4.
[i]
~ (to sth)
迅速升值;急剧增值to rise quickly and reach a high value
The US dollar spiked to a three-month high.
美元猛然升值到三个月来的最高价。
IDM
spike sbs guns
打乱对手的计划to spoil the plans of an opponent

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