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chain

美 [tʃeɪn]
英 [tʃeɪn]
  • n.链条;链子;锁链;一系列
  • v.用锁链拴住(或束缚、固定)
  • 网络连锁;一连串;项圈
复数:chains  现在分词:chaining  过去式:chained  
chain
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n.
金属链metal rings
1.
[c][u]
链子;链条;锁链a series of connected metal rings, used for pulling or fastening things; a length of chain used for a particular purpose
a short length of chain
一截短链条
She wore a heavy gold chain around her neck.
她戴着一条粗实的金项链。
The mayor wore his chain of office.
市长佩戴着标志他职务的链徽。
a bicycle chain
自行车链条
The prisoners were kept in chains(= with chains around their arms and legs, to prevent them from escaping) .
囚犯带着镣铐。
相关连的事connected things
2.
[c]
一系列,一连串(人或事)a series of connected things or people
to set in motion a chain of events
触发一连串的事件
a chain of command(= a system in an organization by which instructions are passed from one person to another)
指挥系统
mountain/island chains
山脉;岛群
Volunteers formed a human chain to rescue precious items from the burning house.
志愿者排成一条长龙,从着火的房子里手传手把贵重物品抢救出来。
商店;旅馆of shops/hotels
3.
[c]
连锁商店(或旅馆)a group of shops/stores or hotels owned by the same company
a chain of supermarkets/a supermarket chain
连锁超市
限制restriction
4.
[c][usupl]
约束;束缚a thing that restricts sb's freedom or ability to do sth
the chains of fear/misery
恐惧的桎梏;苦难的枷锁
购房in house buying
5.
[c][ususing]
连环式(指一群房主先售后购的置屋方式)a situation in which a number of people selling and buying houses must each complete the sale of their house before buying from the next person
v.
1.
[oftpass]
用锁链拴住(或束缚、固定)to fasten sth with a chain; to fasten sb/sth to another person or thing with a chain, so that they do not escape or get stolen
The doors were always locked and chained.
那些门总是上着锁链。
The dog was chained up for the night.
夜间那条狗用链子拴起来。
She chained her bicycle to the gate.
她用链子把自行车锁在大门上。
I've been chained to my desk all week(= because there was so much work) .
我整个星期都在伏案工作,脱不开身。

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