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strike

US [straɪk]
UK [straɪk]
  • v.罢工;击;攻击;打
  • n.罢工;打击;袭击;罢课
  • Web好球;敲;走向
Past Tense:struck  Past Participle:stricken  Present Participle:striking  Simple Present:strikes  
Strike
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v.
击打;碰撞hit sb/sth
1.
[t]
~ sb/sth
撞;碰;撞击;碰撞to hit sb/sth hard or with force
The ship struck a rock.
船触礁了。
The child ran into the road and was struck by a car.
孩子跑到公路上给车撞了。
The tree was struck by lightning .
树遭到雷击。
He fell, striking his head on the edge of the table.
他摔倒了,头碰在桌子边上。
The stone struck her on the forehead.
那块石头击中她的额头。
2.
[t]
~ sb/sth (sth)
打;击to hit sb/sth with your hand or a weapon
She struck him in the face.
她掴了他一记耳光。
He struck the table with his fist.
他用拳头打桌子。
Who struck the first blow(= started the fight) ?
是谁先动手的?
踢球;击球kick/hit ball
3.
[t]
~ sth
击打,踢(球等)to hit or kick a ball, etc.
He walked up to the penalty spot and struck the ball firmly into the back of the net.
他走到罚球点,稳稳地把球踢入网内。
攻击attack
4.
[i]
突击;攻击to attack sb/sth, especially suddenly
The lion crouched ready to strike.
狮子蹲身准备袭击。
Police fear that the killer may strike again.
警方担心杀人犯可能再次下手。
灾难;疾病of disaster/disease
5.
[i][t]
侵袭;爆发to happen suddenly and have a harmful or damaging effect on sb/sth
Two days later tragedy struck.
两天后悲剧发生了。
The area was struck by an outbreak of cholera.
那一地区爆发了霍乱。
想法;念头;印象thought/idea/impression
6.
[t]
突然想到;一下子想起;猛地意识到to come into sb's mind suddenly
An awful thought has just struck me.
刚才我脑子里突然闪过一个可怕的念头。
I was struck by her resemblance to my aunt.
我猛然发现她长得跟我姑姑很像。
It suddenly struck me how we could improve the situation.
我一下子明白我们如何能改善局面了。
7.
[t]
给(某人以…)印象;让(某人)觉得to give sb a particular impression
His reaction struck me as odd.
他的反应令我诧异。
How does the idea strike you?
你觉得这个主意怎么样?
She strikes me as a very efficient person.
在我眼里,她是个很干练的人。
It strikes me that nobody is really in favour of the changes.
我觉得没人真正赞成这些变动。
of light
8.
[t]
~ sth
照在…上;照射to fall on a surface
The windows sparkled as the sun struck the glass.
阳光照得玻璃窗熠熠闪光。
哑;聋;瞎dumb/deaf/blind
9.
[t][usupass]
~ sb + adj.
顿时使处于某状态to put sb suddenly into a particular state
to be struck dumb/deaf/blind
一时什么也说不出╱听不见╱看不见
工人of workers
10.
[i]
~ (for sth)
罢工to refuse to work, because of a disagreement over pay or conditions
The union has voted to strike for a pay increase of 6%.
工会投票决定罢工,要求加薪 6%。
Striking workers picketed the factory.
罢工的工人在工厂附近设置了纠察队。
火柴match
11.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
擦,划(火柴);击出(火星)to rub sth such as a match against a surface so that it produces a flame; to produce a flame when rubbed against a rough surface
to strike a match on a wall
在墙上擦火柴
The sword struck sparks off the stone floor.
剑砍在石头地板上,火星飞溅。
The matches were damp and he couldn't make them strike.
火柴受潮了,他划不着。
of clock
12.
[i][t]
敲;鸣;报时to show the time by making a ringing noise, etc.
Did you hear the clock strike?
你听见钟响了吗?
The clock has just struck three.
时钟刚刚敲过三点。
发出声音make sound
13.
[t]
~ sth
弹奏;奏响;发出(声音)to produce a musical note, sound, etc. by pressing a key or hitting sth
to strike a chord on the piano
在钢琴上奏出和弦
金、石油等gold/oil, etc.
14.
[t]
~ sth
开采出;钻探到to discover gold, oil, etc. by digging or drilling
They had struck oil!
他们开采出了石油!
有目的地走go with purpose
15.
[i]
~ (off/out)
行进;加劲走to go somewhere with great energy or purpose
We left the road and struck off across the fields.
我们下了公路,穿过旷野往前走。
IDM
I was struck by her youth and enthusiasm.
她年轻热情,把我迷住了。
We're not very struck on that new restaurant.
我们不大看得上那家新餐馆。
be struck by/on/with sb/sth
(informal)
被某人(或某物)打动;迷恋某人(或某物)to be impressed or interested by sb/sth; to like sb/sth very much
I was struck by her youth and enthusiasm.
她年轻热情,把我迷住了。
We're not very struck on that new restaurant.
我们不大看得上那家新餐馆。
strike a balance (between A and B)
(在对立二者之间)找到折中办法;平衡(对立的双方)to manage to find a way of being fair to two opposing things; to find an acceptable position which is between two things
strike a bargain/deal
达成(对双方都有利的)协议to make an agreement with sb in which both sides have an advantage
He felt that they had struck a blow for democracy.
他感觉他们维护了民主制度。
strike a blow for/against/at sth
维护(或损害)某种信念或原则等to do sth in support of/against a belief, principle, etc.
He felt that they had struck a blow for democracy.
他感觉他们维护了民主制度。
strike fear, etc. into sb/sbs heart
使某人感到恐惧等to make sb be afraid, etc.
He has struck gold with his latest novel.
他凭借最新的一部小说叩开了成功之门。
strike gold
打开成功(或财富)之门;踏上通往成功(或财富)之路to find or do sth that brings you a lot of success or money
He has struck gold with his latest novel.
他凭借最新的一部小说叩开了成功之门。
strike it rich
(informal)
暴富;(意外)发大财to get a lot of money, especially suddenly or unexpectedly
strike (it) lucky
(informal)
交好运to have good luck
strike a pose/an attitude
摆出某种姿态to hold your body in a particular way to create a particular impression
strike while the iron is hot
趁热打铁to make use of an opportunity immediately
The beach is within striking distance.
海滩近在咫尺。
The cat was now within striking distance of the duck.
此时,猫就在可攻击鸭子的距离内。
within striking distance (of sth)
近在咫尺;在攻击距离之内near enough to be reached or attacked easily; near enough to reach or attack sth easily
The beach is within striking distance.
海滩近在咫尺。
The cat was now within striking distance of the duck.
此时,猫就在可攻击鸭子的距离内。
n.
工人of workers
1.
罢工;罢课;罢市a period of time when an organized group of employees of a company stops working because of a disagreement over pay or conditions
the train drivers' strike
火车司机罢工
a strike by teachers
教师举行的罢课
an unofficial/ a one-day strike
未得到批准的╱为期一天的罢工
Air traffic controllers are threatening to come out on/go on strike .
空中交通管制员威胁要举行罢工。
Half the workforce are now (out) on strike .
现在有半数职工罢工。
The train drivers have voted to take strike action .
火车司机投票表决采取罢工行动。
The student union has called for a rent strike(= a refusal to pay rent as a protest) .
学生会呼吁拒缴房租。
攻击attack
2.
军事进攻;袭击;(尤指)空袭a military attack, especially by aircraft dropping bombs
an air strike
空袭
They decided to launch a pre-emptive strike .
他们决定发动先发制人的攻击。
击;踢hitting/kicking
3.
[ususing]
击;打;踢an act of hitting or kicking sth/sb
His spectacular strike in the second half made the score 2–0.
他在下半场令人叹为观止的一脚射门把比分改写为 2:0。
棒球in baseball
4.
击球未中;击an unsuccessful attempt to hit the ball
保龄球in bowling
5.
全中(第一球撞倒全部十柱球)a situation in tenpin bowling when a player knocks down all the pins with the first ball
石油的发现discovery of oil
6.
[ususing]
(珍贵东西的)意外发现;(尤指石油的)发现a sudden discovery of sth valuable, especially oil
坏事;不利的行动bad thing/action
7.
~ (against sb/sth)
(有损声誉的)不利因素,打击a bad thing or action that damages sb/sth's reputation
The amount of fuel that this car uses is a big strike against it.
耗油量大是这辆车的一大缺点。
IDM
three strikes and youre out|the three strikes rule
三振出局法(三次犯罪即入狱的法律)used to describe a law which says that people who commit three crimes will automatically go to prison

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