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squeak

US [skwik]
UK [skwiːk]
  • v.短促而尖厉地叫;吱吱叫;嘎吱作响;(尤指紧张或激动时)尖声说话
  • n.短促而尖厉的叫声;吱吱声;尖叫声
  • Web吱吱的叫声;鼠等吱吱声;发出尖叫声
Simple Present:squeaks  Present Participle:squeaking  Past Tense:squeaked  
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v.
1.
[i]
短促而尖厉地叫;吱吱叫;嘎吱作响to make a short high sound that is not very loud
My new shoes squeak.
我的新鞋走路嘎吱嘎吱响。
The mouse ran away, squeaking with fear.
那只老鼠吓得尖叫着溜了。
One wheel makes a horrible squeaking noise.
一个车轮发出讨厌的吱吱声。
2.
[t][i]
(+ speech)
(尤指紧张或激动时)尖声说话to speak in a very high voice, especially when you are nervous or excited
‘Let go of me!’ he squeaked nervously.
“放开我!”他紧张地尖叫道。
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
勉强通过;侥幸成功;险胜to only just manage to win sth, pass a test, etc.
We squeaked into the final with a goal in the last minute.
我们靠最后一分钟的入球侥幸进入决赛。
n.
— see also
bubble and squeak
1.
短促而尖厉的叫声;吱吱声;尖叫声a short, high cry or sound, that is not usually very loud

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