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trawl

US [trɔl]
UK [trɔːl]
  • v.查阅(资料);搜集;用拖网捕鱼
  • n.(对资料、文件等的)查阅;(海上捕鱼用的)拖网
  • Web搜罗;他拖网;拖网类
Plural Form:trawls  Present Participle:trawling  Past Tense:trawled  
Trawl
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v.
1.
[t][i]
查阅(资料);搜集,搜罗,网罗(人或物)to search through a large amount of information or a large number of people, places, etc. looking for a particular thing or person
She trawled the shops for bargains.
她到各商店搜罗便宜货。
The police are trawling through their files for similar cases.
警方正在档案中查阅类似案件。
2.
[i]
~ (for sth)
用拖网捕鱼to fish for sth by pulling a large net with a wide opening through the water
n.
1.
(对资料、文件等的)查阅a search through a large amount of information, documents, etc.
A quick trawl through the newspapers yielded five suitable job adverts.
快速翻阅一下报纸便找到五则适合的招聘广告。
2.
(海上捕鱼用的)拖网a large net with a wide opening, that is dragged along the bottom of the sea by a boat in order to catch fish

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