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dogs是dog的复数

dog

美 [dɔɡ]
英 [dɒɡ]
  • v.跟踪;笼罩在…心头;弄得…狼狈不堪;被…困扰
  • n.【动】犬;【动】雄性的犬科动物;常用于形容词后;〈侮辱〉卑鄙的人
  • 网络狗;瘦狗类;猎犬
复数:dogs  现在分词:dogging  过去式:dogged  
dogs
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1.
[c]
狗;犬an animal with four legs and a tail, often kept as a pet or trained for work, for example hunting or guarding buildings. There are many types of dog , some of which are wild.
I took the dog for a walk.
我遛狗去了。
I could hear a dog barking.
我听到狗的叫声。
dog food
狗粮
guard dogs
看家狗
a dog and her puppies
母狗和它的崽儿
2.
[c]
公狗;公狐;公狼a male dog , fox or wolf
3.
[pl]
(informal)
赛狗;灵𤟥赛greyhound racing
4.
[c]
(informal)
蹩脚货;失败a thing of low quality; a failure
Her last movie was an absolute dog.
她的最后一部影片彻底砸锅了。
5.
[c]
(informal)
丑女人an offensive way of describing a woman who is not considered attractive
6.
[c]
(informal)
(尤用于形容词后)家伙,小人,无赖used, especially after an adjective, to describe a man who has done sth bad
You dirty dog!
你这个下流坯!
IDM
a dog and pony show
(informal)
(为公关或促销而举行的)造势活动an event that is planned only in order to impress people so that they will support or buy sth
I'm afraid in this line of work it's a case of dog eat dog.
恐怕在这种行业中竞争是残酷无情的。
We're operating in a dog-eat-dog world.
我们是在一个残酷竞争的世界里经营。
(a case of) dog eat dog
残酷无情的竞争;损人利己的角逐;相互残杀a situation in business, politics, etc. where there is a lot of competition and people are willing to harm each other in order to succeed
I'm afraid in this line of work it's a case of dog eat dog.
恐怕在这种行业中竞争是残酷无情的。
We're operating in a dog-eat-dog world.
我们是在一个残酷竞争的世界里经营。
a dog in the manger
占马槽的狗a person who stops other people from enjoying what he or she cannot use or does not want
He's made a real dog's breakfast of these accounts.
他把这些账目搞得简直一塌糊涂。
a dogs breakfast/dinner
(informal)
乱七八糟;一团糟a thing that has been done badly
He's made a real dog's breakfast of these accounts.
他把这些账目搞得简直一塌糊涂。
a dogs life
悲惨的生活;牛马不如的生活an unhappy life, full of problems or unfair treatment
every dog has his/its day
人人皆有得意时everyone has good luck or success at some point in their life
give a dog a bad name
恶名难洗;名声一毁,万难挽回when a person already has a bad reputation, it is difficult to change it because others will continue to blame or suspect him/her
This firm's gone to the dogs since the new management took over.
这家公司自新的管理人员接手以来日渐衰败。
go to the dogs
(informal)
败落;大不如前to get into a very bad state
This firm's gone to the dogs since the new management took over.
这家公司自新的管理人员接手以来日渐衰败。
He hasn't a dog's chance of passing the exam.
他根本不可能通过这次考试。
not have a dogs chance
毫无机会;绝无可能to have no chance at all
He hasn't a dog's chance of passing the exam.
他根本不可能通过这次考试。
why keep a dog and bark yourself?
(informal)
既然有人代劳,何必自己操劳if sb can do a task for you, there is no point in doing it yourself
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
(长期)困扰,折磨,纠缠to cause you trouble for a long time
He had been dogged by bad health all his life.
他一生多病,备受折磨。
2.
~ sb/sth
跟踪;尾随to follow sb closely
She had the impression that someone was dogging her steps.
她感觉到有人在尾随她。

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