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blast

US [blæst]
UK [blɑːst]
  • n.爆炸;冲击波;狂欢;突如其来的强劲气流
  • v.爆破;把…炸成碎片;轰鸣(尤指音乐);严厉批评
  • int.(恼怒时说)该死
  • Web一阵;鼓风;疾风
Plural Form:blasts  Present Participle:blasting  Past Tense:blasted  
blast
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n.
爆炸explosion
1.
[c]
爆炸;(爆炸引起的)气浪,冲击波an explosion or a powerful movement of air caused by an explosion
a bomb blast
炸弹爆炸
27 schoolchildren were injured in the blast.
27 名学龄儿童在爆炸中受了伤。
空气of air
2.
[c]
突如其来的强劲气流a sudden strong movement of air
A blast of hot air hit us as we stepped off the plane.
我们下飞机时,一股热浪向我们袭来。
the wind's icy blasts
凛冽的狂风
大声loud noise
3.
[c]
(吹奏乐器、哨子、汽车喇叭等突然发出的)响声,吹奏声,轰鸣a sudden loud noise, especially one made by a musical instrument that you blow, or by a whistle or a car horn
three short blasts on the ship's siren
船上三次短促的汽笛声
批评criticism
4.
[c]
严厉的批评;激烈的抨击strong criticism
Blast for prison governors in judge's report
法官报告中对典狱长猛烈抨击
欢乐fun
5.
[sing]
(informal)
热闹的聚会;狂欢a very enjoyable experience that is a lot of fun
The party was a blast.
聚会非常热闹。
We had a blast at the party.
我们在聚会上玩得很开心。
电子邮件email
6.
[c]
(informal)
群发的电子邮件广告(或信息)advertising or information that is sent to a large number of people at the same time by email
IDM
a blast from the past
(informal)
(现在又看见、听到、遇到等的)故人,往事,旧物a person or thing from your past that you see, hear, meet, etc. again in the present
She had the car stereo on at full blast.
她把汽车音响开到了最大音量。
(at) full blast
最大音量地;最大马力地with the greatest possible volume or power
She had the car stereo on at full blast.
她把汽车音响开到了最大音量。
v.
爆炸explode
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (+ adv./prep.)
(用炸药)炸毁,把…炸成碎片;爆破to violently destroy or break sth into pieces, using explosives
They blasted a huge crater in the runway.
他们在飞机跑道上炸了一个大坑。
They had to blast a tunnel through the mountain.
他们得炸出一条穿山隧道。
All the windows were blasted inwards with the force of the explosion.
爆炸的震动力把所有窗户都震碎到屋里。
The jumbo jet was blasted out of the sky.
那架巨型喷气式飞机在空中被炸成碎片。
Danger! Blasting in Progress!
危险!爆破进行中!
发出高声make loud noise
2.
[i][t]
发出刺耳的高音,轰鸣(尤指音乐)to make a loud unpleasant noise, especially music
Music suddenly blasted out from the speakers.
喇叭中突然响起了轰鸣的音乐。
The radio blasted out rock music at full volume.
收音机以最大音量播放摇滚乐。
批评criticize
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb/sth (for sth/for doing sth)
严厉批评;猛烈抨击to criticize sb/sth severely
The movie was blasted by all the critics.
这部影片受到了所有评论家的严厉抨击。
打;踢;击hit/kick/shoot
4.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb/sth (+ adv./prep.)
狠打;猛踢;猛击to hit, kick or shoot sb/sth with a lot of force
He blasted the ball past the goalie.
他飞脚将球踢过了守门员。
He blasted(= shot) the policeman right between the eyes.
他对着那个警察的眉心开了一枪。
空气;水air/water
5.
[t]
~ sb/sth (+ adv./prep.)
向…猛吹;(用水)向…喷射to direct air, water, etc. at sb/sth with a lot of force
Police blasted the demonstrators with water cannons.
警察用高压水炮喷射示威者。
使毁于疾病等destroy with disease, etc.
6.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
使(植物等)毁于疾病(或寒冷、酷热等)to destroy sth such as a plant with disease, cold, heat, etc.
Their whole crop had been blasted by a late frost.
一场晚霜把他们的庄稼全毁了。
int.
1.
(informal)
(恼怒时说)该死,倒霉people sometimes sayBlast! when they are annoyed about sth
Oh blast! The car won't start.
真该死!车子发动不了。

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