clobber

US [ˈklɑbər]
UK [ˈklɒbə(r)]
  • v.狠击;狠揍;猛打;极大地打击
  • n.衣服;随身物品
  • Web鞋匠;食宴棋;彻底打垮
Simple Present:clobbers  Present Participle:clobbering  Past Tense:clobbered  
clobber
v.
1.
~ sb
狠击;狠揍;猛打to hit sb very hard
2.
[oftpass]
~ sb/sth
极大地打击;惩罚;使受到(严重经济损失)to affect sb badly or to punish them, especially by making them lose money
The paper got clobbered with libel damages of half a million pounds.
该报被罚以五十万英镑的诽谤损害赔偿金。
3.
[usupass]
~ sb/sth
彻底战胜(或击败)to defeat sb completely
We got clobbered in the game on Saturday.
我们在星期六的比赛中一败涂地。
n.
1.
[u]
(informal)
衣服;随身物品a person's clothes or equipment

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