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bore

US [bɔr]
UK [bɔː(r)]
  • n.钻孔;口径;(常因话多)令人厌烦的人;烦人的状况(或事情)
  • v.钻;(尤指因啰嗦)使厌烦;盯着看
  • Web缸径;内径;孔径
Plural Form:bores  Present Participle:boring  Past Tense:bored  
bore
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v.
1.
[t]
(尤指因啰嗦)使厌烦to make sb feel bored, especially by talking too much
I'm not boring you, am I?
我没有让你厌烦吧,是不是?
Has he been boring you with his stories about his trip?
他是不是用他旅游的见闻在烦你?
2.
[i][t]
钻,凿,挖(长而深的洞)to make a long deep hole with a tool or by digging
The drill is strong enough to bore through solid rock.
这把钻足以钻透坚固的岩石。
to bore a hole in sth
在某物体上挖个洞
3.
[i]
~ into sb/sth
盯着看to stare in a way that makes sb feel uncomfortable
His blue eyes seemed to bore into her.
他的一双蓝眼睛似乎要穿透她。
n.
1.
[c]
(常因话多)令人厌烦的人a person who is very boring, usually because they talk too much
2.
[sing]
烦人的状况(或事情)a situation or thing that is boring or that annoys you
It's such a bore having to stay late this evening.
今天晚上得熬夜了,真是烦人。
3.
[c]
(管道、枪炮等的)孔,内径,口径;膛径the hollow inside of a tube, such as a pipe or a gun; the width of the hole
a tube with a wide/narrow bore
内径宽╱窄的管子
a twelve-bore shotgun
一支十二口径猎枪
4.
[c]
(海水涌入江河的)涌潮,激潮a strong, high wave that rushes along a river from the sea at particular times of the year
5.
[c]
(尤指找水或石油的)探孔,钻孔a deep hole made in the ground, especially to find water or oil

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