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nose

US [noʊz]
UK [nəʊz]
  • n.鼻子;机头;嗅觉;有…鼻子的
  • v.小心翼翼地向前移动;拱
  • Web气味;香气;就是鼻子
Plural Form:noses  Present Participle:nosing  Past Tense:nosed  
nose
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n.
1.
[c]
鼻;鼻子the part of the face that sticks out above the mouth, used for breathing and smelling things
He broke his nose in the fight.
他打架时打断了鼻梁。
She wrinkled her nose in disgust.
她厌恶地皱起鼻子。
He blew his nose(= cleared it by blowing strongly into a handkerchief ) .
他擤了擤鼻子。
a blocked/runny nose
堵塞的╱流鼻涕的鼻子
Stop picking your nose !(= removing dirt from it with your finger)
别抠鼻孔了!
2.
有…鼻子的having the type of nose mentioned
red-nosed
红鼻子的
large-nosed
大鼻子的
3.
[c]
(飞机、太空船等的)头部,头锥;机头the front part of a plane, spacecraft , etc.
4.
[sing]
a ~ for sth
发现(或辨别)事物的能力;嗅觉a special ability for finding or recognizing sth
As a journalist, she has always had a nose for a good story.
作为一名记者,她总是能够捕捉到好新闻。
5.
[sing]
嗅觉a sense of smell
a dog with a good nose
嗅觉灵敏的狗
6.
[sing]
特有的气味a characteristic smell
IDM
cut off your nose to spite your face
(informal)
(恼怒之下)伤人害己,损人不利己to do sth when you are angry that is meant to harm sb else but which also harms you
get up sbs nose
(informal)
烦扰to annoy sb
have your nose in sth
(informal)
专心致志地(阅读)to be reading sth and giving it all your attention
have a nose round
(informal)
环视(某地);在(某地)寻找to look around a place; to look for sth in a place
Since leaving prison, he's managed to keep his nose clean.
自从出狱以来,他已做到规规矩矩。
keep your nose clean
(informal)
循规蹈矩;不做违法的事to avoid doing anything wrong or illegal
Since leaving prison, he's managed to keep his nose clean.
自从出狱以来,他已做到规规矩矩。
keep your nose out of sth
避免插手(他人的事);尽力不卷入(或介入)to try not to become involved in things that do not concern you
keep your nose to the grindstone
(informal)
连续辛勤地工作to work hard for a long period of time without stopping
look down your nose at sb/sth
(informal)
对…不屑一顾;蔑视to behave in a way that suggests that you think that you are better than sb or that sth is not good enough for you
nose to tail
(汽车等)首尾相连(缓缓行进)if cars, etc. arenose to tail , they are moving slowly in a long line with little space between them
The budget should hit the $136 billion target on the nose.
预算应该正好达到 1 360 亿元的目标。
on the nose
(informal)
准确地;确切地exactly
The budget should hit the $136 billion target on the nose.
预算应该正好达到 1 360 亿元的目标。
poke/stick your nose into sth
(informal)
多管闲事;插手(与己无关的事)to try to become involved in sth that does not concern you
put sbs nose out of joint
(informal)
(冷落)使难堪;惹恼to upset or annoy sb, especially by not giving them enough attention
turn your nose up at sth
(informal)
拒绝;看不上;看不起to refuse sth, especially because you do not think that it is good enough for you
I searched everywhere for the letter and it was under my nose all the time!
我到处找这封信,可它一直就在我面前。
The police didn't know the drugs ring was operating right under their noses.
警方不知道贩毒集团就在他们的眼皮底下运作。
under sbs nose
就在某人面前(却看不见)if sth isunder sb's nose , it is very close to them but they cannot see it
I searched everywhere for the letter and it was under my nose all the time!
我到处找这封信,可它一直就在我面前。
当着某人的面,就在某人眼皮底下(却没有被察觉)if sth happensunder sb's nose , they do not notice it even though it is not being done secretly
The police didn't know the drugs ring was operating right under their noses.
警方不知道贩毒集团就在他们的眼皮底下运作。
with your nose in the air
(informal)
傲慢;看不起人;鼻孔朝天,自高自大in a way that is unfriendly and suggests that you think that you are better than other people
v.
1.
[i][t]
小心翼翼地向前移动to move forward slowly and carefully
The plane nosed down through the thick clouds.
飞机穿过厚厚的云层慢慢向下降落。
The taxi nosed its way back into the traffic.
出租车慢慢地又汇入车流。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(用鼻子)嗅,拱,顶to search for sth or push sth with its nose
Dogs nosed around in piles of refuse.
一群狗在垃圾堆上嗅来嗅去。

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