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rescue

美 [ˈreskju]
英 [ˈreskjuː]
  • n.救援;抢救;营救;获救
  • v.抢救;营救;援救
  • 网络解救;拯救;挽救
第三人称单数:rescues  现在分词:rescuing  过去式:rescued  
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v.
1.
营救;援救;抢救to save sb/sth from a dangerous or harmful situation
He rescued a child from drowning.
他救起了一名落水儿童。
The house was rescued from demolition.
这所房子保住了,可以不拆。
You rescued me from an embarrassing situation.
我正感到尴尬,你为我解了围。
They were eventually rescued by helicopter.
他们最后被直升机救走了。
She had despaired of ever being rescued alive.
她那时对获救生还已经绝望了。
n.
1.
[u]
救援;营救;抢救;获救the act of saving sb/sth from a dangerous or difficult situation; the fact of being saved
We had given up hope of rescue.
我们那时已经放弃了获救的希望。
A wealthy benefactor came to their rescue with a generous donation.
一位富有的赞助人慷慨解囊挽救了他们。
a rescue attempt/operation
一次营救行动
a mountain rescue team
登山救援队
rescue workers/boats/helicopters
救援人员╱船只╱直升机
2.
[c]
营救行动an occasion when sb/sth is saved from a dangerous or difficult situation
Ten fishermen were saved in a daring sea rescue.
在一次惊心动魄的海上营救行动中,十名渔民获救。

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