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stroke

US [stroʊk]
UK [strəʊk]
  • n.中风;笔画;钟声;抚摩
  • v.抚摩(动物的毛皮);轻抚;轻挪;轻触
  • Web行程;冲程;描边
Plural Form:strokes  Present Participle:stroking  Past Tense:stroked  
stroke
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n.
击打动作hitting movement
1.
击球(动作)an act of hitting a ball, for example with a bat or racket
What a beautiful stroke!
击球动作多漂亮呀!
He won by two strokes(= in golf , by taking two fewer strokes than his opponent) .
他以少于对手两杆的成绩获胜。
2.
(打、击等的)一下,一击a single movement of the arm when hitting sb/sth
His punishment was six strokes of the cane.
给他的惩罚是挨六教鞭。
游泳;划船in swimming/rowing
3.
划水动作;划桨动作any of a series of repeated movements in swimming or rowing
She took a few more strokes to reach the bank.
她又划几下,游到了岸边。
4.
游泳姿势a style of swimming
Butterfly is the only stroke I can't do.
只有蝶泳我不会。
5.
(指挥船上其他桨手的)尾桨手the person who sets the speed at which everyone in a boat rows
抚摩gentle touch
6.
[ususing]
轻抚;抚摩an act of moving your hand gently over a surface, usually several times
He gave the cat a stroke.
他抚摩了一下猫。
笔;刷子of pen/brush
7.
一笔;一画;笔画a mark made by moving a pen, brush, etc. once across a surface
to paint with fine brush strokes
一小刷一小刷地刷漆
At the stroke of a pen(= by signing sth) they removed thousands of people from the welfare system.
他们大笔一挥,就把成千上万的人排除在福利制度之外。
行动action
8.
~ (of sth)
(成功的)举动;(高明的)举措;(巧妙的)办法;(成功的)事情a single successful action or event
Your idea was a stroke of genius .
你的主意很高明。
It was a stroke of luck that I found you here.
我在这儿看见你纯属巧遇。
It was a bold stroke to reveal the identity of the murderer on the first page.
在头版上披露谋杀犯的身份,这是一个大胆的举措。
She never does a stroke (of work)(= never does any work) .
她一向什么活儿都不干。
of clock
9.
钟声;鸣;敲each of the sounds made by a clock or bell giving the hours
At the first stroke it will be 9 o'clock exactly.
等到钟敲第一下时就是 9 点整。
on the stroke of three(= at 3 o'clock exactly)
三点整
疾病illness
10.
中风a sudden serious illness when a blood vessel (= tube) in the brain bursts or is blocked, which can cause death or the loss of the ability to move or to speak clearly
to have/suffer a stroke
患中风
The stroke left him partly paralysed.
他因中风身体局部瘫痪了。
IDM
They threatened to cancel the whole project at a stroke.
他们威胁要一下子砍掉整个项目。
at a (single) stroke|at one stroke
一下子;一举with a single immediate action
They threatened to cancel the whole project at a stroke.
他们威胁要一下子砍掉整个项目。
put sb off their stroke
扰乱某人;使某人乱了方寸to make sb make a mistake or hesitate in what they are doing
v.
轻抚touch gently
1.
~ sth
轻抚,抚摩(动物的毛皮)to move your hand gently and slowly over an animal's fur or hair
He's a beautiful dog. Can I stroke him?
这只狗真漂亮,我可以摸一摸吗?
2.
~ sth/sb
轻抚,抚摩(物体表面或头发等)to move your hand gently over a surface, sb's hair, etc.
He stroked her hair affectionately.
他深情地抚摩着她的头发。
轻挪move sth gently
3.
~ sth + adv./prep.
轻挪;轻触;轻拭to move sth somewhere with a gentle movement
She stroked away his tears.
她轻轻拭去他的眼泪。
He stroked the ball between the posts.
他轻轻一触,把球踢进门柱之间。
待某人好be nice to sb
4.
(informal)
~ sb
待(某人)非常好;(尤指)顺着(某人)以便为自己办事to be very nice to sb, especially to get them to do what you want

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