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US [haɪk]
UK [haɪk]
  • v.徒步旅行;远足;去…远足;做徒步旅行
  • n.徒步旅行;远足;(价格、花费等的)大幅度提高
  • Web增加;上升;步行
Simple Present:hikes  Present Participle:hiking  Past Tense:hiked  
hike
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n.
1.
远足;徒步旅行a long walk in the country
They went on a ten-mile hike through the forest.
他们进行了一次穿越森林的十英里徒步旅行。
We could go into town but it's a real hike(= a long way) from here.
我们本可以进城去,但走到那儿实在太远。
2.
(informal)
(价格、花费等的)大幅度提高,猛增a large or sudden increase in prices, costs, etc.
a tax/price hike
税额╱价格的大幅度增长
the latest hike in interest rates
新近利率的大幅上扬
IDM
take a hike
(informal)
滚开;走开a rude way of telling sb to go away
v.
1.
[i][t]
去…远足;做徒步旅行to go for a long walk in the country, especially for pleasure
strong boots for hiking over rough country
适合在崎岖不平的山路徒步旅行用的结实靴子
to hike the Rockies
去落基山脉徒步旅行
2.
[i]
远足;徒步旅行to spend time hiking for pleasure
If the weather's fine, we'll go hiking this weekend.
如果天气好,我们这个周末就去远足。
3.
[t]
~ sth (up)
把(价格、税率等)大幅提高to increase prices, taxes, etc. suddenly by large amounts
The government hiked up the price of milk by over 40%.
政府把牛奶的价格提高了四成多。

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