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house

美 [haʊz]
英 [haʊs]
  • n.房子;房屋;住宅;舍
  • v.安置;收藏;给(某人)提供住处;是(某物)的贮藏处(或安置处)
  • 网络豪斯医生;家
复数:houses  现在分词:housing  过去式:housed  
house
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建筑building
1.
[c]
房屋;房子;住宅a building for people to live in, usually for one family
He went into the house.
他进了房子。
a two-bedroom house
两居室的住宅
Let's have the party at my house .
我们在我家里聚会吧。
house prices
房价
What time do you leave the house in the morning(= to go to work) ?
你早晨几点出门(去上班)?
We're moving house(= leaving our house and going to live in a different one) .
我们要搬家了。
2.
[sing]
住在一所房子里的人;全家人all the people living in a house
Be quiet or you'll wake the whole house!
安静点,别把全家人都吵醒!
3.
[c]
某种用途的建筑物a building used for a particular purpose, for example for holding meetings in or keeping animals or goods in
an opera house
歌剧院
a henhouse
鸡舍
4.
[sing]
(用于办公楼名称)大厦,大楼used in the names of office buildings
Their offices are on the second floor of Chester House.
他们的办公室在切斯特大厦三楼。
公司;机构company/institution
5.
[c]
(从事某种生意的)公司,机构a company involved in a particular kind of business; an institution of a particular kind
a fashion/banking/publishing, etc. house
时装公司、银行、出版社等
a religious house(= a convent or a monastery )
宗教会所
I work in house(= in the offices of the company that I work for, not at home).
我在公司里上班。
餐馆restaurant
6.
[c]
餐馆;餐厅a restaurant
a steakhouse
牛排餐馆
a coffee house
咖啡馆
a bottle of house wine(= the cheapest wine available in a particular restaurant, sometimes not listed by name)
一瓶本店特价酒
议院parliament
7.
[c]
议院;议会;国会a group of people who meet to discuss and make the laws of a country
Legislation requires approval by both houses of parliament.
立法须要得到议会两院的一致通过。
8.
[sing]
(英国)下议院,上议院;(美国)众议院the House of Commons or the House of Lords in Britain; the House of Representatives in the US
辩论in debate
9.
[sing]
(统称)参与辩论的人a group of people discussing sth in a formal debate
I urge the house to vote against the motion.
我呼吁参加辩论的诸位投票反对这项动议。
剧院in theatre
10.
[c]
观众席;(统称)观众the part of a theatre where the audience sits; the audience at a particular performance
playing to a full/packed/empty house(= to a large/small audience)
演出座无虚席╱满座╱观众寥寥无几
The spotlight faded and the house lights came up.
聚光灯渐渐熄灭,观众席的灯亮了。
学校in school
11.
[c]
(英国某些学校为进行体育比赛或按宿舍将学生分成的)社,舍(in some British schools) an organized group of students of different ages who compete against other groups in sports competitions, etc. and who may, in boarding schools , live together in one building
家庭family
12.
[c]
名门世家;望族an old and famous family
the House of Windsor(= the British royal family)
温莎王室
IDM
bring the house down
(尤指剧院的演出)博得满堂大笑(或喝彩)to make everyone laugh or cheer , especially at a performance in the theatre
get on like a house on fire
(informal)
很快就打得火热;一见如故;一拍即合to become friends quickly and have a very friendly relationship
go all round the houses
(informal)
绕圈子;拐弯抹角;不直截了当to do sth or ask a question in a very complicated way instead of in a simple, direct way
keep house
操持家务to cook, clean and do all the other jobs around the house
on the house
(酒吧或饭店)免费提供的drinks or meals that areon the house are provided free by the pub/bar or restaurant and you do not have to pay
put/set your (own) house in order
先管好自己的事;律人先律己to organize your own business or improve your own behaviour before you try to criticize sb else
They set up house together in a small flat in Brighton.
他们一同在布赖顿的一个小公寓里建立了家庭。
set up house
(在某处)建立家庭to make a place your home
They set up house together in a small flat in Brighton.
他们一同在布赖顿的一个小公寓里建立了家庭。
v.
提供住所provide home
1.
~ sb
给(某人)提供住处to provide a place for sb to live
The government is committed to housing the refugees.
政府承诺收容难民。
保存keep sth
2.
~ sth
是(某物)的贮藏处(或安置处);收藏;安置to be the place where sth is kept or where sth operates from
The gallery houses 2 000 works of modern art.
美术馆收藏了 2 000 件现代艺术作品。
The museum is housed in the Old Court House.
博物馆设在旧法院大楼里。

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