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guard

US [ɡɑrd]
UK [ɡɑː(r)d]
  • n.保护;警卫;卫兵;保卫
  • v.警卫;守卫;保卫;看守
  • Web后卫;警戒;防护装置
Plural Form:guards  Present Participle:guarding  Past Tense:guarded  
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n.
警卫people who protect
1.
[c]
卫兵;警卫员;看守a person, such as a soldier, a police officer or a prison officer, who protects a place or people, or prevents prisoners from escaping
a security guard
安全警卫
border guards
边防卫士
The prisoner slipped past the guards on the gate and escaped.
犯人从门卫身旁溜出去逃走了。
A guard was posted outside the building.
建筑物外驻了一名警卫。
2.
[cspv]
(统称)卫兵,警卫,看守a group of people, such as soldiers or police officers, who protect sb/sth
the captain of the guard
卫队长
the changing of the guard(= when one group replaces another)
卫队换岗
The guard is/are being inspected today.
今天卫队接受检阅。
Fellow airmen provided a guard of honour at his wedding.
空军战友们为他的婚礼充当仪仗队。
The President always travels with an armed guard .
总统出行总有武装卫队保驾。
3.
[u]
警戒;保卫;保护;看守the act or duty of protecting property, places or people from attack or danger; the act or duty of preventing prisoners from escaping
a sentry on guard(= at his or her post, on duty)
执勤哨兵
to do guard duty
担任警戒任务
The escaped prisoner was brought back under armed guard .
越狱逃犯由武装警卫押回。
The terrorist was kept under police guard .
这名恐怖分子当时在警方的看管之下。
One of the men kept guard , while the other broke into the house.
一人放哨,另一人则闯进了房子里。
4.
[pl]
(英国和其他一些国家的)禁军,御林军,近卫军(in Britain and some other countries) special regiments of soldiers whose original duty was to protect the king or queen
防止受伤against injury
5.
[c]
防护罩;防护装置;防护用品something that covers a part of a person's body or a dangerous part of a machine to prevent injury
Ensure the guard is in place before operating the machine.
一定要在防护装置到位后才开机器。
拳击;击剑in boxing/fencing
6.
[c]
防御姿势a position you take to defend yourself, especially in a sport such as boxing or fencing
to drop/keep up your guard
放弃╱保持防御姿势
In spite of the awkward questions the minister never let his guard fall for a moment.
尽管遇到些令人尴尬的问题,部长从没有放松警惕。
篮球in basketball
7.
[c]
后卫one of the two players on a basketball team who are mainly responsible for staying close to opposing players to stop them from scoring
美式足球in American football
8.
[c]
(中锋两侧的)哨锋one of the two players on an American football team who play either side of the centre forward
IDM
be on your guard
警惕;提防;警戒to be very careful and prepared for sth difficult or dangerous
Four soldiers stood guard over the coffin.
有四名士兵守护灵柩。
mount/stand/keep guard (over sb/sth)
守卫;看守;保卫to watch or protect sb/sth
Four soldiers stood guard over the coffin.
有四名士兵守护灵柩。
The lawyer's apparently innocent question was designed to catch the witness off (his) guard .
律师看似不经意的问题是为了使证人措手不及。
off (your) guard
不警惕;不提防;不警戒not careful or prepared for sth difficult or dangerous
The lawyer's apparently innocent question was designed to catch the witness off (his) guard .
律师看似不经意的问题是为了使证人措手不及。
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
警卫;守卫;保卫to protect property, places or people from attack or danger
The dog was guarding its owner's luggage.
狗守护着主人的行李。
political leaders guarded by the police
由警方保卫的政界领袖们
You can't get in; the whole place is guarded.
你进不去,整个地区都戒备森严。
a closely guarded secret
严守的秘密
2.
~ sb
看守,监视(囚犯)to prevent prisoners from escaping
The prisoners were guarded by soldiers.
犯人由士兵看守。

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