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gasp

US [ɡæsp]
UK [ɡɑːsp]
  • v.喘息;透不过气;气喘吁吁地说;很想要(尤指饮料或香烟)
  • n.喘息
  • Web喘气;上气不接下气;气吁吁地说
Simple Present:gasps  Present Participle:gasping  Past Tense:gasped  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(尤指由于惊讶或疼痛而)喘气,喘息,倒抽气to take a quick deep breath with your mouth open, especially because you are surprised or in pain
She gasped at the wonderful view.
如此美景使她惊讶得屏住了呼吸。
They gasped in astonishment at the news.
他们听到这消息惊讶得倒抽了一口气。
‘What was that noise?’ he gasped.
“那是什么声音?”他喘着气问。
2.
[i][t]
透不过气;气喘吁吁地说to have difficulty breathing or speaking
He came to the surface of the water gasping for air.
他浮出水面急促地喘着气。
She managed to gasp out her name.
她终于气喘吁吁地说出了她的名字。
‘Can't breathe,’ he gasped.
“透不过气来了。”他气喘吁吁地说。
3.
[i]
(informal)
be gasping (for sth)
渴望,很想要(尤指饮料或香烟)to want or need sth very badly, especially a drink or a cigarette
n.
1.
(常指由强烈情感引起的)深吸气,喘息,倒抽气a quick deep breath, usually caused by a strong emotion
to give a gasp of horror/surprise/relief
惊恐得╱吃惊得倒抽一口气;如释重负地松一口气
His breath came in short gasps.
他急促地喘着气。

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