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hurdle

US [ˈhɜrd(ə)l]
UK [ˈhɜː(r)d(ə)l]
  • n.跨栏;障碍;难关;跨栏赛
  • v.(奔跑中)跳越(某物);参加跨栏赛
  • Web跳栏;篱笆;栏架
Plural Form:hurdles  Present Participle:hurdling  Past Tense:hurdled  
hurdle
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n.
1.
(供人或马在赛跑中跨越的)栏架,跨栏each of a series of vertical frames that a person or horse jumps over in a race
His horse fell at the final hurdle.
他骑的马在最后一个跨栏倒下了。
to clear a hurdle(= jump over it successfully)
跨过栏架
2.
[pl]
跨栏赛a race in which runners or horses have to jump over hurdles
the 300 m hurdles
300 米跨栏赛
3.
难关;障碍a problem or difficulty that must be solved or dealt with before you can achieve sth
The next hurdle will be getting her parents' agreement.
下一个难关是征得她父母的同意。
v.
1.
[t][i]
(奔跑中)跳越(某物)to jump over sth while you are running
He hurdled two barriers to avoid reporters.
他跳过了两个障碍物以躲避记者。
to hurdle over a fence
跳过一道栅栏
2.
[i]
参加跨栏赛to run in a hurdles race

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