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blitz

US [blɪts]
UK [blɪts]
  • n.闪电战;集中力量的行动;闪击式行动;突袭
  • adj.闪电战的
  • v.用闪电战空袭(或毁坏)
  • Web玩命追踪;迅雷高达;布里兹
Plural Form:blitzes  Present Participle:blitzing  Past Tense:blitzed  
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n.
1.
[c][ususing]
集中力量的行动;闪击式行动something which is done with a lot of energy
an advertising/a media blitz(= a lot of information about sth on television, in newspapers, etc.)
集中火力的广告╱媒体宣传
2.
[c][ususing]
突袭;闪电战a sudden attack
Five shops were damaged in a firebomb blitz.
在一次燃烧弹袭击中有五家店铺被烧毁。
a blitz on passengers who avoid paying fares
对逃票乘客的突袭检查
I've had a blitz on the house(= cleaned it very thoroughly) .
我彻底打扫了房子。
3.
[sing]
1940 至 1941 年德国对英国的空袭the German air attacks on the United Kingdom in 1940–41
v.
1.
~ sth
用闪电战空袭(或毁坏)to attack or damage a city by dropping a large number of bombs on it in a short time

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