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distress 

  • 基本释义
  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
  • 双解释义
  • 英英释义
  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

distress

[di'stres]

n.不幸, 危难, 苦恼, 痛苦
vt.使苦恼, 使痛苦
adj.亏本出售的

例句与用法:

They sent a distress rocket.

他们发出了一枚呼救信号火箭。

His wild behavior was a great distress to his mother.

他的放荡的行为使他的母亲极为苦恼。

The lifeboat went out to a ship in distress.

救生船去救一艘遇险的船只。

What are you looking so distressed for?

什么事情使你看起来如此烦恼?

词形变化:

副词: distressingly | 动词过去式: distressed | 动词过去分词: distressed | 动词现在分词: distressing | 动词第三人称单数: distresses |

n.[U]

1. 悲痛, 苦恼, 忧伤[U]

Arthur's visits caused him more distress than pleasure.

亚瑟的来访给他带来更多的痛苦, 而不是愉快。

2. 贫困, 穷苦[U]

The widow was in distress.

那个寡妇十分贫困。

3. 危难, 不幸[U]

The lifeboat went out to a ship in distress.

救生艇驶向遇险船只。

4. 引起痛苦或悲痛的事物[S]

The girl's indiscreet behavior was a distress to her parents.

那女孩行为不检, 使她父母十分痛苦。

vt.

1. 使悲痛, 使苦恼, 使忧伤[H][(+at/about)]

Her husband's death distressed her greatly.

她丈夫的去世使她很痛苦。

2. 使贫困


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