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tense

美 [tens]
英 [tens]
  • n.时态
  • v.绷紧
  • adj.神经紧张的;担心的;不能松弛的
  • 网络拉紧的;绷紧的;动词时态
比较级:tenser  最高级:tensest  第三人称单数:tenses  现在分词:tensing  过去式:tensed  
tense
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adj.
1.
神经紧张的;担心的;不能松弛的nervous or worried, and unable to relax
He's a very tense person.
他是个神经非常紧张的人。
She sounded tense and angry.
她的声音听起来又气又急。
2.
令人紧张的(或焦虑的、满腹愤懑的等)in which people have strong feelings such as worry, anger, etc. that often cannot be expressed openly
I spent a tense few weeks waiting for the results of the tests.
等候测试结果的这几个星期里我寝食不安。
The atmosphere in the meeting was getting more and more tense.
会议的气氛越来越紧张。
3.
绷紧的;不松弛的tight rather than relaxed
A massage will relax those tense muscles.
按摩会使紧张的肌肉松弛。
4.
拉紧的;绷紧的stretched tightly
5.
紧的;紧张音的produced with the muscles of the speech organs stretched tight
n.
1.
(动词的)时,时态any of the forms of a verb that may be used to show the time of the action or state expressed by the verb
the past/present/future tense
过去╱现在╱将来时态
v.
1.
[t][i]
(使肌肉)拉紧,绷紧if youtense your muscles, or you or your musclestense , they become tight and stiff, especially because you are not relaxed
She tensed her muscles in anticipation of the blow.
眼看要挨打,她绷紧了肌肉。
He tensed himself, listening to see if anyone had followed him.
他竖起耳朵谛听是否有人跟踪。
His muscles tensed as he got ready to run.
他准备起跑时肌肉绷紧了。
She tensed, hearing the strange noise again.
再次听到那个奇怪的声音,她紧张起来。
IDM
be/get tensed up
变得神经紧张;变得焦虑不安to become or feel nervous or worried so that you cannot relax

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