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stare

US [ster]
UK [steə(r)]
  • v.凝视;盯着看;注视
  • n.凝视
  • Web盯视;瞪眼;瞪视
Simple Present:stares  Present Participle:staring  Past Tense:stared  
stare
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (at sb/sth)
盯着看;凝视;注视to look at sb/sth for a long time
I screamed and everyone stared.
我尖叫一声,众人都盯着我看。
I stared blankly at the paper in front of me.
我茫然地看着面前那张纸。
He sat staring into space(= looking at nothing) .
他坐在那儿凝视着前方。
She looked at them with dark staring eyes.
她那双深色的眼睛专注地看着他们。
IDM
The answer was staring us in the face.
答案明摆在我们面前。
Defeat was staring them in the face.
他们必遭失败。
be staring sb in the face
明摆着;显而易见to be obvious or easy to see
The answer was staring us in the face.
答案明摆在我们面前。
必定发生to be certain to happen
Defeat was staring them in the face.
他们必遭失败。
They were staring defeat in the face.
对他们来说,失败不可避免。
be staring sth in the face
不可避免to be unable to avoid sth
They were staring defeat in the face.
对他们来说,失败不可避免。
n.
1.
(尤指不友好或吃惊的)盯,凝视,注视an act of looking at sb/sth for a long time, especially in a way that is unfriendly or that shows surprise
She gave him a blank stare.
她面无表情地直视着他。

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