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clock

美 [klɑk]
英 [klɒk]
  • n.时钟
  • v.达到(某时间或速度);测…的速度;注意到;认出
  • 网络钟表;时脉;时钟信号
复数:clocks  现在分词:clocking  过去式:clocked  
clock
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n.
1.
[c]
时钟;钟an instrument for measuring and showing time, in a room or on the wall of a building (not worn or carried like a watch)
It was ten past six by the kitchen clock.
厨房的钟六点十分了。
The clock struck twelve/midnight.
时钟已敲响十二点╱午夜十二点。
The clock is fast/slow .
这钟走得快了╱慢了。
The clock has stopped.
钟停了。
the clock face(= the front part of a clock with the numbers on)
钟面
The hands of the clock crept slowly around.
钟的时针在缓慢地走着。
Ellen heard the loud ticking of the clock in the hall.
埃伦听见大厅的钟滴答滴答地大声走着。
IDM
against the clock
抢时间;争分夺秒if you do sthagainst the clock , you do it fast in order to finish before a particular time
around/round the clock
日夜不停;夜以继日all day and all night without stopping
put the clocks forward/back
(夏时制开始和结束时)把时钟拨快╱拨回(一般为一个小时)to change the time shown by clocks, usually by one hour, when the time changes officially, for example at the beginning and end of summer
I wish we could turn the clock back two years and give the marriage another chance.
我但愿时光能倒退两年,再给我们的婚姻一次机会。
The new censorship law will turn the clock back 50 years.
新的审查制度将使社会倒退回 50 年前的状态。
put/turn the clock back
倒退;复旧;怀旧to return to a situation that existed in the past; to remember a past age
I wish we could turn the clock back two years and give the marriage another chance.
我但愿时光能倒退两年,再给我们的婚姻一次机会。
开倒车to return to old-fashioned methods or ideas
The new censorship law will turn the clock back 50 years.
新的审查制度将使社会倒退回 50 年前的状态。
run down/out the clock
消耗掉剩余的比赛时间(比赛接近结束时,球队不想进球而只设法控制住球,以阻止对方进球得分)if a sports team tries torun down/out the clock at the end of a game, it stops trying to score and just tries to keep hold of the ball to stop the other team from scoring
the clocks go forward/back
(夏时制)时钟被拨快╱拨回the time changes officially, for example at the beginning and end of summer
v.
1.
~ sth
达到(某时间或速度)to reach a particular time or speed
He clocked 10.09 seconds in the 100 metres final.
他 100 米决赛跑出了 10.09 秒的速度。
2.
测…的速度to measure the speed at which sb/sth is travelling
The police clocked her doing over 100 miles an hour.
警察测出她的车速每小时超过 100 英里。
Wind gusts at 80 m.p.h. were clocked at Rapid City.
据测拉皮德城的狂风速度为每小时 80 英里。
3.
(informal)
~ sb.~ that….~ what/where, etc.…
注意到;认出to notice or recognize sb
I clocked her in the driving mirror.
我从汽车后视镜里注意到她。
4.
(informal)
~ sth
非法减少(车辆)计程器上的里程数;回拨(车辆)里程表作弊to illegally reduce the number of miles shown on a vehicle's milometer(= instrument that measures the number of miles it has travelled) in order to make the vehicle appear to have travelled fewer miles than it really has

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