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surprise

美 [sərˈpraɪz]
英 [sə(r)ˈpraɪz]
  • n.惊讶;惊奇;意外;意想不到(或突然)的事
  • v.使惊奇;使诧异;使感到意外;出其不意地攻击
  • adj.出乎意料的;令人惊奇的
  • 网络惊喜;吃惊;使吃惊
复数:surprises  现在分词:surprising  过去式:surprised  
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n.
1.
[c]
意想不到(或突然)的事;令人惊奇的事(或消息等)an event, a piece of news, etc. that is unexpected or that happens suddenly
What a nice surprise!
真是让人惊喜!
a surprise attack
突然袭击
There are few surprises in this year's budget.
今年的预算案没有多少出人意料的地方。
I have a surprise for you!
我要告诉你一件你意想不到的事!
It comes as no surprise to learn that they broke their promises.
得知他们食言并不让人觉得意外。
Her letter came as a complete surprise .
万万没想到会收到她的信。
There are lots of surprises in store for visitors to the gallery.
参观画展的人将会发现许多令他们惊奇的东西。
Visitors to the gallery are in for a few surprises .
参观画展的人将会见到一些令他们惊奇的东西。
2.
[u][c]
惊奇;惊讶;意外a feeling caused by sth happening suddenly or unexpectedly
a look of surprise
惊讶的表情
She looked up in surprise .
她惊讶地抬起头。
He gasped with surprise at her strength.
发现她有这么大的力气,他大吃一惊。
They couldn't conceal their surprise at seeing us together.
看见我们在一起,他们表现出掩饰不住的诧异。
I got a surprise when I saw the bill.
一看账单我吃了一惊。
Much to my surprise , I passed.
压根儿没想到,我及格了。
To everyone's surprise , the plan succeeded.
出乎所有人的意料,那个计划竟然取得了成功。
Imagine our surprise when he walked into the room!
你想象一下,他走进房间时,我们多么惊奇!
3.
[u]
出人意表的做事方式;出奇制胜的策略the use of methods that cause feelings of surprise
A successful campaign should have an element of surprise .
成功的宣传活动需有出奇制胜之处。
IDM
One of the candidates was the manager's niece, and surprise, surprise, she got the job.
求职者中有一个是经理的侄女,结果她被录用了。这有什么奇怪的呢。
Surprise, surprise! Look who's here!
想不到吧!看看这是谁!
surprise, surprise
(认为不足为怪时说)used to show that sth is not a surprise to you, as you could easily have predicted that it would happen or be true
One of the candidates was the manager's niece, and surprise, surprise, she got the job.
求职者中有一个是经理的侄女,结果她被录用了。这有什么奇怪的呢。
(让某人感到意外时说)used when giving sb a surprise
Surprise, surprise! Look who's here!
想不到吧!看看这是谁!
The police took the burglars by surprise.
警方出其不意地逮捕了入室窃贼。
take sb/sth by surprise
突袭;出其不意地抓获to attack or capture sb/sth unexpectedly or without warning
The police took the burglars by surprise.
警方出其不意地逮捕了入室窃贼。
His frankness took her by surprise.
她没料到他竟如此坦率。
take sb by surprise
使某人惊诧;出乎某人意料to happen unexpectedly so that sb is slightly shocked; to surprise sb
His frankness took her by surprise.
她没料到他竟如此坦率。
v.
1.
使惊奇;使诧异;使感到意外to make sb feel surprised
It wouldn't surprise me if they got married soon.
即使他们很快就结婚,我也不会感到意外。
It's always surprised me how popular he is.
他怎么那么受欢迎,我百思不得其解。
It surprises me that you've never sung professionally.
想不到你从来没搞过专业演唱。
Would it surprise you to know that I'm thinking of leaving?
如果我告诉你我打算离开这里,你觉得意外吗?
2.
~ sb
出其不意地攻击;使措手不及;无意中发现to attack, discover, etc., sb suddenly and unexpectedly
The army attacked at night to surprise the rebels.
军队在夜间发起攻击,把叛乱者打了个措手不及。
We arrived home early and surprised a burglar trying to break in.
我们回家早,无意中发现一个窃贼正要入室行窃。

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