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mist

US [mɪst]
UK [mɪst]
  • n.薄雾;水汽;液体喷雾
  • v.(使)结满雾气(模糊不清);(眼)含泪水;泪水模糊;朝(植物)喷雾
  • Web霭;迷雾森林;轻雾
Plural Form:mists  Present Participle:misting  Past Tense:misted  
mist
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n.
1.
[u][c]
薄雾;水汽a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that make it difficult to see
The hills were shrouded in mist .
这些小山笼罩在薄雾之中。
Early morning mist patches will soon clear.
清晨弥漫着的水汽很快会散尽。
The origins of the story are lost in the mists of time(= forgotten because it happened such a long time ago) .
这个故事的起源由于年代久远而变得模糊不清。
She gazed at the scene through a mist of tears.
她泪眼模糊,凝视着面前的景象。
2.
[sing]
液体喷雾a fine spray of liquid, for example, from an aerosol can
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth) (up).~ (over)
(使)结满雾气(模糊不清)when sth such as glassmists oris misted , it becomes covered with very small drops of water, so that it is impossible to see through it
The windows were misted up with condensation.
窗户上凝满了水珠,一片模糊。
As he came in from the cold, his glasses misted up.
他从寒冷的户外进来,眼镜马上蒙上了一层雾气。
2.
[i][t]
(眼)含泪水;泪水模糊if your eyesmist or sthmists them, they fill with tears
Her eyes misted over as she listened to the speech.
她听着演讲,眼中噙满了泪水。
Tears misted his eyes.
泪水模糊了他的双眼。
3.
[t]
~ sth
朝(植物)喷雾to spray the leaves of a plant with very small drops of water

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