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spurt

US [spɜrt]
UK [spɜː(r)t]
  • v.冲刺;冒出;喷出;(短暂地)加速前进
  • n.迸发;涌出的液体;喷出的火舌
  • Web喷射;士宝;喷溅
Simple Present:spurts  Present Participle:spurting  Past Tense:spurted  
spurt
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v.
1.
[i][t]
喷出;冒出to burst or pour out suddenly; to produce sudden, powerful streams of liquid or flames
Blood was spurting from her nose.
血从她鼻子里汩汩流出来。
Red and yellow flames spurted out of the fire.
炉火吐出红色黄色的火焰。
Her nose was spurting blood.
她鼻子汩汩冒着血。
The volcano spurted clouds of steam and ash high into the air.
火山把团团热气和灰尘喷向高空。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(短暂地)加速前进;冲刺to increase your speed for a short time to get somewhere faster
She spurted past me to get to the line first.
她冲刺超过我,率先抵达终点线。
n.
1.
涌出的液体;喷出的火舌an amount of liquid or flames that comes out of somewhere with great force
a great spurt of blood
一大股急速喷出的血
2.
(速度、干劲、活动或感情的)短时间激增,迸发a sudden increase in speed, effort, activity or emotion for a short period of time
You'd better put on a spurt(= hurry up) if you want to finish that work today.
你要是想今天完成那项工作,最好狠加一把劲。
Babies get very hungry during growth spurts.
婴儿在猛长期会很饿。
a sudden spurt of anger
突然发作的怒火
IDM
The water came out of the tap in spurts.
水急速地从水龙头里喷出来。
in spurts
一阵阵地;一股股地in short periods of great activity, powerful movement, etc., rather than in a steady, continuous way
The water came out of the tap in spurts.
水急速地从水龙头里喷出来。

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