broadside

US [ˈbrɔdˌsaɪd]
UK [ˈbrɔːdˌsaɪd]
  • adv.一侧对着某物
  • n.(书面或口头的)猛烈抨击
  • v.撞上(某物的)侧面
  • Web舷侧;舷炮;排炮
Plural Form:broadsides  Present Participle:broadsiding  Past Tense:broadsided  
broadside
n.
1.
(书面或口头的)猛烈抨击an aggressive attack in words, whether written or spoken
The prime minister fired a broadside at his critics.
首相对批评他的人进行了猛烈反击。
adv.
1.
一侧对着某物with one side facing sth
The car skidded and crashed broadside into another car.
汽车打滑,车身撞上了另一辆车。
The boat swung broadside on to the current of the river.
小船打转以舷侧冲入河水的洪流。
v.
1.
~ sth
撞上(某物的)侧面to crash into the side of sth
The driver ran a stop light and broadsided the truck.
司机闯红灯,撞上了卡车的一侧。

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