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snooker

US [ˈsnʊkər]
UK [ˈsnuːkə(r)]
  • v.设障碍球;阻挠;使落空;欺骗
  • n.斯诺克(供两人打的落袋台球,打球人用球杆击打白色母球,按一定顺序撞 15 个红球和 6 个彩球入袋)
  • Web桌球;撞球;诺克撞球
Plural Form:snookers  Past Participle:snookered  Present Participle:snookering  
snooker
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n.
1.
[u]
斯诺克(供两人打的落袋台球,打球人用球杆击打白色母球,按一定顺序撞 15 个红球和 6 个彩球入袋)a game for two people played on a long table covered with green cloth. Players use cues (= long sticks) to hit a white ball against other balls (15 red and 6 of other colours) in order to get the coloured balls into pockets at the edge of the table, in a particular set order.
to play snooker
打斯诺克
a game of snooker
斯诺克比赛
a snooker hall/player/table, etc.
斯诺克厅、斯诺克运动员、斯诺克球桌等
2.
[c]
(斯诺克比赛中的)障碍球a position in snooker in which one player has made it very difficult for the opponent to play a shot within the rules
v.
1.
~ sb
设障碍球to have your opponent in a snooker
2.
(informal)
~ sb/sth
阻挠;使落空to make it impossible for sb to do sth, especially sth they want to do
Any plans I'd had for the weekend were by now well and truly snookered.
我原先设想的各项周末计划,这时候就彻底落空了。
3.
(informal)
~ sb
欺骗;使上当to cheat or trick sb

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