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crow

US [kroʊ]
UK [krəʊ]
  • n.乌鸦;喔喔叫声
  • v.(尤指在清晨)啼叫;自鸣得意;欢叫
  • Web鸡叫;公鸡;报晓
Plural Form:crows  Past Tense:crowed  Past Tense:crew  Present Participle:crowing  
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n.
1.
乌鸦a large bird, completely or mostly black, with a rough unpleasant cry
2.
(像雄鸡的)啼叫声,喔喔叫声a sound like that of a cock / rooster crowing
She gave a little crow of triumph.
她轻轻地发出了胜利的欢呼声。
IDM
The villages are no more than a mile apart as the crow flies.
这些村庄直线距离相隔不超过一英里。
as the crow flies
成直线地;笔直地in a straight line
The villages are no more than a mile apart as the crow flies.
这些村庄直线距离相隔不超过一英里。
v.
1.
[i]
(尤指在清晨)啼叫,打鸣to make repeated loud high sounds, especially early in the morning
2.
[i][t]
(尤指在其他人不成功时)扬扬自得地夸口,自鸣得意to talk too proudly about sth you have achieved, especially when sb else has been unsuccessful
He won't stop crowing about his victory.
他滔滔不绝地夸耀自己的胜利。
‘I've won, I've won!’ she crowed.
“我赢了,我赢了!”她得意忘形地叫道。
He crowed that they had sold out in one day.
他洋洋得意地炫耀他们一天内就全部售完了。
3.
[i]
欢叫to make happy sounds

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