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hitch

US [hɪtʃ]
UK [hɪtʃ]
  • n.故障;障碍;暂时的困难(或问题);(某种)结
  • v.搭便车;免费搭车;拉起(衣服);攀上
  • Web全民情敌;全民情圣;钩住
Simple Present:hitches  Present Participle:hitching  Past Tense:hitched  
hitch
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v.
1.
[t][i]
免费搭车;搭便车to get a free ride in a person's car; to travel around in this way, by standing at the side of the road and trying to get passing cars to stop
They hitched a ride in a truck.
他们搭乘了一辆路过的货车。
They hitched a lift .
他们搭了便车。
We spent the summer hitching around Europe.
我们借搭便车在欧洲各地旅行了一个夏天。
2.
[t]
~ sth (up)
提起,拉起(衣服)to pull up a piece of your clothing
She hitched up her skirt and waded into the river.
她提起裙子,蹚进河里。
3.
[t]
~ yourself (up, etc.)
攀上;跃上to lift yourself into a higher position, or the position mentioned
She hitched herself up.
她爬了上去。
He hitched himself onto the bar stool.
他一跃坐上酒吧高脚凳上。
4.
[t]
~ sth (to sth)
拴住;套住;钩住to fix sth to sth else with a rope, a hook, etc.
She hitched the pony to the gate.
她把小马拴在大门上。
IDM
get hitched
(informal)
结婚to get married
n.
1.
暂时的困难(或问题);故障;障碍a problem or difficulty that causes a short delay
The ceremony went off without a hitch .
仪式进行得很顺利。
a technical hitch
技术故障
2.
(某种)结a type of knot
a clove hitch
卷结

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