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spilling is spill's Present Participle

spill

US [spɪl]
UK [spɪl]
  • v.溢出;涌出;蜂拥而出
  • n.跌落;洒出(量);泼出(量);溢出(量)
  • Web泄漏;溢出型;溢出或淤出
Past Tense:spilled  Past Tense:spilt  Simple Present:spills  Present Participle:spilling  
spilling
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)洒出,泼出,溢出to flow over the edge of a container by accident; to make liquid do this
Water had spilled out of the bucket onto the floor.
桶里的水洒出来了,洒了一地。
He startled her and made her spill her drink.
她让他吓了一跳,把饮料弄洒了。
Thousands of gallons of crude oil were spilled into the ocean.
成千上万加仑的原油泄漏,流进了海洋。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
涌出;蜂拥而出to come out of a place in large numbers and spread out
The doors opened and people spilled into the street.
门开了,人们涌上街道。
Light spilled from the windows.
灯光从窗口照射出来。
IDM
spill the beans
(informal)
泄露秘密;说漏嘴to tell sb sth that should be kept secret or private
spill (sbs) blood
使流血;伤害;杀死to kill or wound people
spill your guts (to sb)
(informal)
(向某人)倾诉心里话to tell sb everything you know or feel about sth, because you are upset
n.
1.
[c][u]
洒出(量);泼出(量);溢出(量);泄漏(量)an act of letting a liquid come or fall out of a container; the amount of liquid that comes or falls out
Many seabirds died as a result of the oil spill.
许多海鸟死于这次石油泄漏。
I wiped up the coffee spills on the table.
我把洒在桌上的咖啡擦掉。
2.
[c]
(点火用的)长梗火柴,纸捻a long match, or a thin piece of twisted paper, used for lighting fires, oil lamps, etc.
3.
[c][ususing]
(尤指从自行车或船上)摔下,跌落a fall, especially from a bicycle or a boat
to take a spill
(骑车)摔一跤

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