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stalk

US [stɔk]
UK [stɔːk]
  • n.秆;柄;(叶)柄;(花)梗
  • v.潜近(猎物或人);(非法)跟踪;怒冲冲地走;趾高气扬地走
  • Web茎;高视阔步;花柄
Simple Present:stalks  Present Participle:stalking  Past Tense:stalked  
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n.
1.
(叶)柄;(花)梗;(果实的)柄;(植物的)茎,秆a thin stem that supports a leaf, flower or fruit and joins it to another part of the plant or tree; the main stem of a plant
flowers on long stalks
长茎上的花
celery stalks
芹菜茎
He ate the apple, stalk and all.
他把那个苹果吃了个干净,连梗都没剩下。
2.
柄;(动物的)肉柄,肉茎a long thin structure that supports sth, especially an organ in some animals, and joins it on to another part
Crabs have eyes on stalks.
螃蟹的眼睛长在肉柄上。
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth/sb)
偷偷接近,潜近(猎物或人)to move slowly and quietly towards an animal or a person, in order to kill, catch or harm it or them
The lion was stalking a zebra.
狮子偷偷接近斑马。
He stalked his victim as she walked home, before attacking and robbing her.
她步行回家时,他偷偷地接近然后下手袭击,并且抢劫了她。
2.
[t]
~ sb
(非法)跟踪,盯梢to illegally follow and watch sb over a long period of time, in a way that is annoying or frightening
She claimed that he had been stalking her over a period of three years.
她声称,三年来他一直在盯她的梢。
3.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
怒冲冲地走;趾高气扬地走to walk in an angry or proud way
He stalked off without a word.
他一言未发,怒冲冲地走了。
4.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
令人厌恶地穿过;威胁地通过to move through a place in an unpleasant or threatening way
The gunmen stalked the building, looking for victims.
这些持枪歹徒凶神恶煞般地打楼里走过,寻找袭击的目标。
Fear stalks the streets of the city at night.
夜间,这座城市的大街小巷笼罩着恐怖气氛。

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