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scramble

US [ˈskræmb(ə)l]
UK ['skræmb(ə)l]
  • n.争夺;争抢;爬;抢占
  • v.争夺;争抢;(迅速而吃力地)爬;抢占
  • Web攀登;攀爬;攀缘
Simple Present:scrambles  Present Participle:scrambling  Past Tense:scrambled  
scramble
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v.
行走;攀爬walk/climb
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(迅速而吃力地)爬,攀登to move quickly, especially with difficulty, using your hands to help you
She managed to scramble over the wall.
她手忙脚乱地翻过墙。
He scrambled to his feet as we came in.
我们进来时,他赶紧从地上爬起来。
推挤;争抢push/fight
2.
[i]
争抢;抢占;争夺to push, fight or compete with others in order to get or to reach sth
The audience scrambled for the exits.
观众竞相朝出口拥去。
Shoppers were scrambling to get the best bargains.
顾客争先恐后地抢购最便宜的特价商品。
艰难地完成achieve sth with difficulty
3.
[t]
艰难地(或仓促地)完成to manage to achieve sth with difficulty, or in a hurry, without much control
Cork scrambled a 1–0 win over Monaghan.
科克队苦战莫纳亨队,以 1:0 获胜。
Rooney managed to scramble the ball into the net.
鲁尼设法把球送进了网窝。
eggs
4.
[t][usupass]
~ sth
炒(蛋)to cook an egg by mixing the white and yellow parts together and heating them, sometimes with milk and butter
scrambled eggs
炒蛋
电话;无线电telephone/radio
5.
[t][oftpass]
~ sth
扰码,倒频(改变电话或无线电信号,听众只有通过专门设备才能收听)to change the way that a telephone or radio message sounds so that only people with special equipment can understand it
scrambled satellite signals
扰码卫星信号
扰乱思维confuse thoughts
6.
[t]
~ sth
扰乱(思维)to confuse sb's thoughts, ideas, etc. so that they have no order
Alcohol seemed to have scrambled his brain.
酒精似乎扰乱了他的脑子。
飞机aircraft
7.
[t][i][usupass]
~ (sth)
命令(飞机)紧急起飞;紧急起飞to order that planes, etc. should take off immediately in an emergency; to take off immediately in an emergency
A helicopter was scrambled to help rescue three young climbers.
直升机接到命令,紧急起飞前去营救三个登山的年轻人。
They scrambled as soon as the call came through.
命令刚一下达,他们便紧急起飞。
n.
艰难行走╱攀爬difficult walk/climb
1.
[sing]
(尤指需要手脚并用的)艰难行走,爬,攀登a difficult walk or climb over rough ground, especially one in which you have to use your hands
推挤;争抢push/fight
2.
[sing]
~ (for sth)
争抢;抢占;争夺a situation in which people push, fight or compete with each other in order to get or do sth
There was a mad scramble for the best seats.
人们不顾一切地抢占最好的座位。
摩托车比赛motorcycle race
3.
[c]
摩托车越野赛a race for motorcycles over rough ground

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