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surge

US [sɜrdʒ]
UK [sɜː(r)dʒ]
  • v.浪涌;激增;汹涌;涌动
  • n.激增;(强烈感情的)突发;大量;一大批
  • Web大浪;喘振;突波
Simple Present:surges  Present Participle:surging  Past Tense:surged  
surge
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
涌;汹涌;涌动to move quickly and with force in a particular direction
The gates opened and the crowd surged forward.
大门打开了,人群向前涌去。
Flood waters surged into their homes.
洪水涌进了他们的房子。
2.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
使强烈地感到to fill sb with a strong feeling
Relief surged through her.
她顿觉宽慰。
3.
[i]
急剧上升;飞涨;激增to suddenly increase in value
Share prices surged.
股价猛涨。
4.
[i]
浪涌to increase suddenly
n.
1.
~ (of sth)
(强烈感情的)突发a sudden increase of a strong feeling
She felt a sudden surge of anger.
她突然感觉怒火中烧。
a surge of excitement
一阵兴奋
2.
(数量的)急剧上升,激增;大量;一大批a sudden increase in the amount or number of sth; a large amount of sth
a surge in consumer spending
消费开支的激增
We are having trouble keeping up with the recent surge in demand.
对于近来出现的需求猛增,我们难以应对。
After an initial surge of interest, there has been little call for our services.
过了开始的一阵新鲜劲后,对我们服务的需求就变得很小。
3.
~ (of sth)
奔涌向前;突然的向上运动a sudden, strong forward or upward movement
a tidal surge
涨潮
4.
(电流)浪涌a sudden increase in the flow of electrical power through a system
An electrical surge damaged the computer's disk drive.
电流浪涌损坏了计算机的磁盘驱动器。

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