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ambush

US [ˈæmˌbʊʃ]
UK [ˈæmbʊʃ]
  • n.埋伏;伏击
  • v.伏击
  • Web伏兵;十面埋伏;埋伏突击
Plural Form:ambushes  Present Participle:ambushing  Past Tense:ambushed  
ambush
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n.
1.
[c][u]
伏击;埋伏the act of hiding and waiting for sb and then making a surprise attack on them
Two soldiers were killed in a terrorist ambush.
两名士兵遭到恐怖分子伏击而死亡。
They were lying in ambush , waiting for the aid convoy.
他们埋伏起来,等着袭击援助车队。
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
伏击to make a surprise attack on sb/sth from a hidden position
The guerrillas ambushed them near the bridge.
游击队员在大桥附近伏击了他们。
She was ambushed by reporters.
记者突然一拥而上采访她。

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