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whisper

US [ˈhwɪspər]
UK [ˈwɪspə(r)]
  • v.耳语;低语;私语;小声说
  • n.耳语(声);低语(声);私语(声);轻柔的声音
  • Web护舒宝;私下说;低声说
Simple Present:whispers  Present Participle:whispering  Past Tense:whispered  
whisper
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v.
1.
[i][t]
耳语;低语;私语;小声说to speak very quietly to sb so that other people cannot hear what you are saying
Don't you know it's rude to whisper?
难道你不知道窃窃私语是不礼貌的吗?
What are you two whispering about?
你们两人在低声说些什么?
‘Can you meet me tonight?’ he whispered.
“你今晚能和我见面吗?”他小声问。
She leaned over and whispered something in his ear.
她探过身去附耳跟他说了些什么。
He whispered to me that he was afraid.
他低声对我说他害怕。
2.
[t][oftpass]
~ that….it is whispered that…
私下说;秘密告诉;悄声暗示to say or suggest sth about sb/sth in a private or secret way
It was whispered that he would soon die and he did.
有人私下说他将不久于人世,他果然死了。
3.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
沙沙作响;发飒飒声to make a soft, quiet sound
n.
1.
耳语(声);低语(声);私语(声)a low quiet voice or the sound it makes
They spoke in whispers .
他们在交头接耳。
Her voice dropped to a whisper.
她压低声音小声说话。
2.
轻柔的声音a soft sound
I could hear the whispering of the sea.
我听见大海在轻声诉说。
3.
传言;谣传a piece of news that is spread by being talked about but may not be true
I've heard whispers that he's leaving.
我听到传言,说他要走。

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