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fogged is fog's Past Tense

fog

US [fɔɡ]
UK [fɒɡ]
  • n.雾;困惑;迷惘
  • v.(使)雾气笼罩;使迷惘;使困惑
  • Web灰雾化;变模糊;不清晰的
Simple Present:fogs  Present Participle:fogging  Past Tense:fogged  
fogged
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n.
1.
a thick cloud of very small drops of water in the air close to the land or sea, that is very difficult to see through
Dense/thick fog is affecting roads in the north and visibility is poor.
浓雾影响了北部的公路,能见度很低。
freezing fog
寒雾
Patches of fog will clear by mid-morning.
上午十时左右,团团浓雾将散去。
We get heavy fogs on this coast in winter.
冬天这片海岸雾气很重。
The town was covered in a thick blanket of fog .
大雾笼罩了这个城镇。
The fog finally lifted(= disappeared) .
雾终于散了。
2.
迷惘;困惑a state of confusion, in which things are not clear
He went through the day with his mind in a fog .
整整一天,他的头脑都是昏昏沉沉的。
v.
1.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (up)
(使)雾气笼罩if a glass surfacefogs oris fogged up, it becomes covered in steam or small drops of water so that you cannot see through
2.
[t]
~ sth
使迷惘;使困惑to make sb/sth confused or less clear
I tried to clear the confusion that was fogging my brain.
我试图解除使我迷茫的困惑。
The government was trying to fog the real issues before the election.
政府企图在选举前混淆实质问题。

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