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crown

US [kraʊn]
UK [kraʊn]
  • n.皇冠;王冠;王位;桂冠
  • v.为…加冕;形成…顶部;给…加顶;(尤指通过增添成就、成功等)使圆满
  • Web冠部;花冠;牙冠
Plural Form:crowns  Present Participle:crowning  Past Tense:crowned  
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n.
国王;女王of king/queen
1.
[c]
王冠;皇冠;冕an object in the shape of a circle, usually made of gold and precious stones , that a king or queen wears on his or her head on official occasions
2.
[sing]
王国政府;王国the government of a country, thought of as being represented by a king or queen
land owned by the Crown
王国的土地
a Minister of the Crown
王国的大臣
Who's appearing for the Crown(= bringing a criminal charge against sb on behalf of the state) in this case?
谁将在此案中代表王国政府出庭?
3.
[sing]
王位;王权the position or power of a king or queen
She refused the crown(= refused to become queen) .
她拒绝接受王位。
his claim to the French crown
他声称有继任法国王位的权利
花;树叶of flowers/leaves
4.
[c]
花冠(戴在头上,有时象征胜利)a circle of flowers, leaves, etc. that is worn on sb's head, sometimes as a sign of victory
体育竞赛in sports competition
5.
[c][ususing]
(informal)
冠军宝座;桂冠the position of winning a sports competition
She is determined to retain her Wimbledon crown.
她决心卫冕她的温布尔登网球赛的冠军宝座。
头;帽of head/hat
6.
[sing]
头顶;帽顶the top part of the head or a hat
顶部highest part
7.
[sing]
(某物的)顶部,顶端the highest part of sth
the crown of a hill
山顶
牙齿on tooth
8.
[c]
(受损牙齿的)人造冠an artificial cover for a damaged tooth
形状shape
9.
[c]
王冠状物(尤指饰物或徽章)anything in the shape of a crown , especially as a decoration or a badge
货币money
10.
[c]
克朗(欧洲一些国家的货币单位)a unit of money in several European countries
Czech crowns
捷克克朗
11.
[c]
5 先令的英国旧币(等于现在的 25 便士)an old British coin worth five shillings (= now 25p)
v.
国王;女王king/queen
1.
为…加冕to put a crown on the head of a new king or queen as a sign of royal power
Queen Elizabeth was crowned in 1953.
伊丽莎白女王于 1953 年加冕。
The prince was soon to be crowned King of England.
王子不久就要被立为英格兰国王了。
覆盖顶部cover top
2.
[usupass]
~ sth (with sth)
形成…顶部;给…加顶to form or cover the top of sth
His head was crowned with a mop of brown curls.
他长了一头蓬乱的棕色鬈发。
使完成make complete
3.
[oftpass]
~ sth (with sth)
(尤指通过增添成就、成功等)使圆满,使完美to make sth complete or perfect, especially by adding an achievement, a success, etc.
The award of the Nobel Prize has crowned a glorious career in physics.
荣获诺贝尔奖使其物理学研究的辉煌事业达到了顶点。
Their efforts were finally crowned with success.
他们的努力终于取得圆满成功。
击打头部hit on head
4.
(informal)
~ sb
敲(某人的)脑壳to hit sb on the head
牙齿tooth
5.
~ sth
(在牙齿上)镶人造冠to put an artificial cover on a tooth
I've had one of my teeth crowned.
我的一颗牙齿镶了假齿冠。
IDM
It was cold and raining, and, to crown it all, we had to walk home.
天气寒冷又下着雨,最糟的是我们得走着回家。
to crown it all
(informal)
(在一系列不愉快或讨厌的事件中)最糟糕的是used to say that sth is the final and worst event in a series of unpleasant or annoying events
It was cold and raining, and, to crown it all, we had to walk home.
天气寒冷又下着雨,最糟的是我们得走着回家。

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