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gasp 

  • 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

gasp

[gɑ:sp]

v.喘气, 喘息, 渴望
n.喘气

例句与用法:

The team were at their last gasp when the whistle went.

球队正作最后拼搏,这时哨声响了。

He gasped out the message.

他喘着气说出了这个消息。

I gasped with surprise at the unexpected news.

听到意外的消息,我惊讶地吸了一口气。

词形变化:

动词过去式: gasped | 动词过去分词: gasped | 动词现在分词: gasping | 动词第三人称单数: gasps |

vi.

1. (因惊讶等)倒抽一口气[(+at/with/in)]

She gasped at the ghastly sight.

那恐怖的景象令她倒抽一口气。

2. 喘气, 上气不接下气

He was gasping for air.

他气喘吁吁。

3. 切望, 渴望[(+for/after)]

The seamen were gasping for the sight of land.

海员渴望看到陆地。

vt.

喘着气说[(+out)]

The wounded soldier gasped out a few words.

那个受了伤的士兵上气不接下气地说了几句话。

n.

倒抽一口气; 喘气; 喘息[C]

The sick man's breaths were coming in gasps.

病人急促地喘起气来。


短语词组:

at one's last gasp

1. 于奄奄一息时; 在最后时刻

The poor man was at his last gasp.

这个可怜的人已经奄奄一息了。

gasp out

1. 喘着气说出

He gasped out the message.

他气喘吁吁地说出了这个消息。


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