[baɪt]     [baɪt]    
  • v. 咬;叮;蜇
  • n. 咬;一口;(被咬的)伤痕
bitable biter bit bitten/bit biting bites



v. (动词)
  1. 咬,叮,啃,蜇,刺
  2. 刺痛,刺骨,刺伤,刺疼,刺穿,刺进,刺
  3. 腐蚀,侵蚀
  4. 刺激
  5. 冻伤,把...冻伤
  6. (使)上当,中计,受骗
  7. 夹住,卡住,卡紧,咬住,咬紧,吃牢,攫住
  8. 迷住,缠住,对某事物着迷
  9. 产生(不良)影响,起作用
  10. 咬掉,咬着
  11. 喜欢咬人
  12. 辣(鼻)
  13. 上钩,咬饵
  14. 穿透
  15. 钉牢
n. (名词)
  1. 咬,叮,螫,咬伤,螫伤
  2. 上钩,吞饵
  3. 冻伤
  4. 一口(之量),少量(食物)
  5. <口>便餐
  6. 刺激
  7. 剧痛
  8. 尖刻,穿透力
  9. 紧咬
  10. 腐蚀


v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 咬; (昆虫)叮,蛰 seize, grasp or tear sth with the teeth or jaws; (insect) make a hole in the skin and draw blood
n. (名词)
  1. [C]咬 act of biting
  2. [U]食物 food
  3. [C]咬伤,叮伤 wound made by a bite or a sting
  4. [C]鱼吞食诱饵,上钩 taking of bait by a fish
  5. [U]尖刻,刺痛 sharpness; sting
  6. [U]抓紧,握紧 cutting power or firm grip


  1. a wound resulting from biting by an animal or a person

  2. a small amount of solid food; a mouthful;

    "all they had left was a bit of bread"

  3. a painful wound caused by the thrust of an insect's stinger into skin

  4. a light informal meal

  5. (angling) an instance of a fish taking the bait;

    "after fishing for an hour he still had not had a bite"

  6. wit having a sharp and caustic quality;

    "he commented with typical pungency"
    "the bite of satire"

  7. a strong odor or taste property;

    "the pungency of mustard"
    "the sulfurous bite of garlic"
    "the sharpness of strange spices"
    "the raciness of the wine"

  8. the act of gripping or chewing off with the teeth and jaws

  9. a portion removed from the whole;

    "the government's weekly bite from my paycheck"

  1. to grip, cut off, or tear with or as if with the teeth or jaws;

    "Gunny invariably tried to bite her"

  2. cause a sharp or stinging pain or discomfort;

    "The sun burned his face"

  3. penetrate or cut, as with a knife;

    "The fork bit into the surface"

  4. deliver a sting to;

    "A bee stung my arm yesterday"



用作动词 (v.)
  1. Their dog bit a hole in my trousers.
  2. They are badly bitten by mosquitoes.
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for snake bite.
  2. I'm stuffed, and I can't eat another bite.


用作动词 (v.)
bite at (v.+prep.)
    上当 be deceived
bite back (v.+adv.)
    把(话)咽回去,强忍不说出来 control; prevent from being expressed
    bite back

    The cat bit back.


    Even the weakest animal will bite back when it is cornered.


    bite sb/sth ⇔ back

    The dog bit the cat and got bitten back.


    The little boy bit his friend, and got bitten back.


    bite sth ⇔ back

    The word “Sorry” rose to Morris's lips, but he bit it back.


    A hot reply rose to his lips, but he bit it back.


    He was about to say something when he suddenly thought better of it and bit it back.


    She wanted to tell him her real feelings, but she bit the words back.


    He bit the remark back, remembering where he was.


bite down (v.+adv.)
    一口咬下来; (咬紧牙关)忍耐 snap at sth and cut it suddenly control
    bite down

    The lion grabbed his neck and bit down.


    She had great control of her temper; biting down hard, she said nothing.


bite in〔into〕 (v.+prep.)
    腐蚀 corrupt
bite off〔away〕 (v.+adv.)
    从正在广播的节目中取消(音乐或对话),中断(广播节目) eliminate (music or a dialogue) from a radio program while it is being broadcast; cut short (a radio program)
bite off more than one can chew
    承担力所不能及的事(贪多嚼不烂) undertake more than one finds oneself able to perform; undertake a task that proves too difficult for one
bite on1 (v.+adv.)
    细想,钻研(某问题) think carefully or study one problem
bite on2 (v.+prep.)
    咬(某物) cut into or nip sth/sb
    bite sb on sth

    The fierce dog bit me on the leg.


    I was bitten on the leg by a dog.


用作名词 (n.)
get two bites at a cherry
    作第二次的尝试 have a second opportunity to do sth
put the bite on
    向…借钱,敲某人的竹杠 borrow money from


用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词


  • I haven't had a bite since breakfast.

    出自: Tolkien
  • Taking a huge bite out of his sandwich.

    出自: C. Isherwood
  • He'd..have a bite to eat in a pub.

    出自: T. Sharpe
  • Grandpa never ate more than a bite and the rest sat on his plate.

    出自: M. Gee
  • Let dogs delight to bark and bite.

    出自: I. Watts
  • I bite into my chocolate.

    出自: Day Lewis
  • Takes carrot from coat pocket, bites off a piece.

    出自: S. Beckett
  • My grandfather..was bitten on the ear by a rat or a ferret and died..of blood poisoning.

    出自: W. Maxwell
  • She was..nibbling a cucumber sandwich (he glimpsed her small, pearly, even teeth as she bit).

    出自: D. M. Thomas
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