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gulp

US [ɡʌlp]
UK [ɡʌlp]
  • v.狼吞虎咽;大口吞咽;匆匆吞下;(尤因害怕或惊讶而)倒吸气
  • n.吞饮的量;一大口;吸入;吞咽
  • WebGeneral Utility Lattice Program;字节组;咽下
Simple Present:gulps  Present Participle:gulping  Past Tense:gulped  
gulp
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth).~ sth down
狼吞虎咽;大口吞咽;匆匆吞下to swallow large amounts of food or drink quickly
He gulped down the rest of his tea and went out.
他把剩下的茶一饮而尽便出去了。
2.
[i][t]
(+ speech)
(尤因害怕或惊讶而)倒吸气to swallow, but without eating or drinking anything, especially because of a strong emotion such as fear or surprise
She gulped nervously before trying to answer.
她紧张地倒吸了一口气才尽力回答。
3.
[i][t]
深呼吸;喘大气;大口大口地吸气to breathe quickly and deeply, because you need more air
She came up gulping for air .
她气喘吁吁地走上前来。
He leant against the car, gulping in the cold air.
他倚着汽车大口大口地呼吸冷空气。
n.
1.
~ (of sth)
吞饮的量;一大口an amount of sth that you swallow or drink quickly
He took a gulp of coffee.
他喝了一大口咖啡。
2.
吸入;吞咽an act of breathing in or of swallowing sth
‘Can you start on Monday?’ Amy gave a gulp. ‘Of course,’ she said.
“你星期一开始可以吗?”埃米吸了一口气。“当然可以。”她说。
He drank the glass of whisky in one gulp .
他将整杯威士忌一饮而尽。

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