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ghost

US [ɡoʊst]
UK [ɡəʊst]
  • n.鬼;幽灵;鬼魂;一点
  • v.悄悄地行进
  • Web人鬼情未了;古思特;灵魂
Plural Form:ghosts  Present Participle:ghosting  Past Tense:ghosted  
ghost
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n.
1.
[c]
鬼;鬼魂;幽灵the spirit of a dead person that a living person believes they can see or hear
Do you believe in ghosts(= believe that they exist) ?
你相信有鬼吗?
the ghost of her father that had come back to haunt her
回来缠绕她的她父亲的幽灵
He looked as if he had seen a ghost(= looked very frightened) .
他那副样子就像是见到鬼一样。
2.
[c]
(尤指可怕事物的)记忆,回忆the memory of sth, especially sth bad
The ghost of anti-Semitism still haunts Europe.
反犹主义在欧洲仍然阴魂不散。
3.
[sing]
~ of sth
隐约的一点点;(某物残留的)一丝,一点a very slight amount of sth that is left behind or that you are not sure really exists
There was a ghost of a smile on his face.
他脸上露出隐隐的一丝微笑。
You don't have a ghost of a chance(= you have no chance) .
你一点儿机会都没有。
4.
[sing]
(电视屏幕上的)重影a second image on a television screen that is not as clear as the first, caused by a fault
IDM
My car finally gave up the ghost.
我的汽车终于报废了。
give up the ghost
to die
报废;不能运转;完蛋to stop working
My car finally gave up the ghost.
我的汽车终于报废了。
v.
1.
悄悄地行进to move without making a sound
They ghosted up the smooth waters of the river.
他们悄悄地航行在平静的河水上。

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