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torch

US [tɔrtʃ]
UK [tɔː(r)tʃ]
  • n.火炬;手电筒;火把
  • v.纵火烧(建筑物或汽车)
  • Web优生四项;优生五项;焊炬
Plural Form:torches  Present Participle:torching  Past Tense:torched  
torch
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n.
1.
手电筒a small electric lamp that uses batteries and that you can hold in your hand
Shine the torch on the lock while I try to get the key in.
我插钥匙时,请用手电筒照着锁头。
2.
火炬;火把a long piece of wood that has material at one end that is set on fire and that people carry to give light
a flaming torch
燃烧着的火炬
the Olympic torch
奥林匹克火炬
They struggled to keep the torch of idealism and hope alive.
他们为使理想主义和希望的火炬不熄灭而奋斗。
IDM
put sth to the torch
将…付之一炬to set fire to sth deliberately
v.
1.
~ sth
放火烧,纵火烧(建筑物或汽车)to set fire to a building or vehicle deliberately in order to destroy it

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