blast

  核心词汇  
[blɑːst]     [blæst]    
  • n. 爆炸;巨响;一阵(强风);严厉的批评;<美俚>愉快的经历
  • v. 爆破;摧毁;发出巨响;用力撞击;批评
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blast的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 爆炸,爆破
  2. 冲击波
  3. 疾风,狂风,强风
  4. 气浪
  5. 突然吹奏
  6. <美俚>狂欢会,狂欢
  7. 猛烈的批评
  8. 狠狠的一击
  9. 一阵,一股
  10. 爆炸声
  11. 【冶】鼓风
  12. 喷气;喷焰
  13. 管乐器声
  14. 汽笛声
  15. 【生物】未成熟细胞,(未成熟或发育不全的)胚细胞
v. (动词)
  1. 爆破,爆炸
  2. 吹奏
  3. 强烈谴责,严厉批评,猛烈抨击
  4. 诅咒
  5. 击毙
  6. 轰击;大肆攻击;狠打;猛攻
  7. 飞速行进
  8. 摧毁,损毁,损伤,毁坏
  9. 喷出;爆发出
  10. 使爆炸;进行爆破;炸掉
  11. 发出尖响;发出刺耳的高音;轰鸣
  12. 使枯萎;冻死
  13. 炸,炸开,炸出,炸掉,炸毁
  14. (使)枯萎,害枯萎病
  15. 把…炸成碎片
  16. 猛踢
  17. 引起爆炸,放炮

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]爆炸 an explosion
  2. [C]一阵(疾风等),一股(强烈的气流) a sudden strong movement of wind or air
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 炸开,爆破 destroy by explosion
  2. vt. 摧毁,毁坏 shine brightly
  3. vt. 严责,苛责 reproach sb severely

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a very long fly ball

  2. a sudden very loud noise

  3. a strong current of air;

    "the tree was bent almost double by the gust"

  4. an explosion (as of dynamite)

  5. a highly pleasurable or exciting experience;

    "we had a good time at the party"
    "celebrating after the game was a blast"

  6. intense adverse criticism;

    "Clinton directed his fire at the Republican Party"
    "the government has come under attack"
    "don't give me any flak"

Verb:
  1. make a strident sound;

    "She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone"

  2. hit hard;

    "He smashed a 3-run homer"

  3. use explosives on;

    "The enemy has been shelling us all day"

  4. apply a draft or strong wind to to;

    "the air conditioning was blasting cold air at us"

  5. create by using explosives;

    "blast a passage through the mountain"

  6. make with or as if with an explosion;

    "blast a tunnel through the Alps"

  7. fire a shot;

    "the gunman blasted away"

  8. criticize harshly or violently;

    "The press savaged the new President"
    "The critics crucified the author for plagiarizing a famous passage"

  9. shatter as if by explosion

  10. shrivel or wither or mature imperfectly

blast的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. 27 school children were injured in the blast.
    27名学龄儿童在爆炸中受了伤。
  2. A blast of the trumpet gave her a start.
    突然发出的喇叭声吓了她一跳。
  3. A blast of wind blew my hat off.
    一阵风吹走了我的帽子。
  4. The press responded to his remarks with a blast of criticism.
    新闻界以严厉的批评回应了他的言论。
  5. It was a great trip! we had a real blast!
    真是一次很棒的旅行!我们玩得很愉快!
用作动词 (v.)
  1. A massive car bomb blasted the police headquarters.
    一个巨大的汽车炸弹在警局总部爆炸。
  2. Frost blasted the blossoms.
    霜使花凋谢了。
  3. Rock music blasted full from the parlor.
    震耳欲聋的摇滚乐从客厅传来。
  4. Rain blasted the window of my room.
    雨水猛烈地拍打着我房间的窗户。
  5. The proposal is blasted as pathetic and inadequate.
    这个建议被批评为毫无价值、依据不足。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Police say that the blast occurred at 9 am.
    警方说这次爆炸发生在上午九点。
  2. A blast of hot air came from the furnace.
    一股热风从火炉里吹出来。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The soldiers are blasting the rocks.
    战士们在炸岩石。
  2. The wind blasted the cherry blossom.
    风使樱花枯萎了。
  3. The storm has blasted our grape.
    暴风雨毁了我们的葡萄。
  4. Failure in the exam blasted his hopes for college.
    考试失败毁了他上大学的希望。
  5. In his campaign speech he blasted the opposition.
    他在竞选演讲中猛烈地抨击对手。
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  7. The tunnel was blasted.
    隧道被炸开了。
  8. The rock has been blasted to make a passage for the road.
    炸开岩石以疏通道路。
  9. The tree had been blasted by lightning.
    树木被雷电击毁。
  10. All his hopes were blasted by the war.
    他的所有希望都为战争所破灭。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
(at) full blast
    全力地; 全速地 as hard or as fast as possible
用作动词 (v.)
blast into (v.+prep.)
    把…送入… send to some place
    blast sb/sth into sth

    A Titan 2 rocket blasted him into space yesterday.

    大力神二号火箭昨天把他送入太空了。

    They blasted her into a black room.

    他们把她送进一个黑屋子。

    The mother blasted her son into school.

    妈妈把儿子送进了学校。

    The rocket was blasted into space.

    火箭被送入太空。

    His little dog was blasted into hospital.

    他的小狗被送进了医院。

blast off (v.+adv.)
    炸掉,炸毁(某物); (宇宙飞行器)点火起飞 raise or remove (sth) by an explosion; rise into space
    blast off

    The rocket blasted off on schedule.

    火箭按时发射了。

    The rocket blasted off at Cape Kennedy at 8:00 a.m. this morning.

    今天上午8点,火箭从肯尼迪角升空。

    blast sth ⇔ off

    The bomb blasted the roof off.

    炸弹掀掉了屋顶。

    They blasted the space off at 15:30, according to plan.

    宇宙飞船已按计划于15点30分点火起飞。

    The country blasted off another man-made satellite.

    这个国家又发射了一颗人造地球卫星。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • 'You should have a reunion,' he said smiling. 'You'd have a blast.'

    出自: B. Elton
  • Calling on their Maker to curse them..blast them, and damn them.

    出自: Ld Macaulay
  • O blast this pencil. 'Ere, Bill, lend's a knife.

    出自: W. Owen

blast的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. blast的基本意思是“以猛烈的冲击迅速地、严重地或出其不意地毁坏或伤害”,强调的是以摧枯拉朽之势彻底地毁坏,后果十分严重。可引申指严厉地斥责。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
blast, breeze, gale, wind
  • 这组词都有“风”的意思。其区别在于:
  • 1.wind是一个笼统的词,是泛指由于空气的自然流动而产生的风,风速可快可慢,风力可大可小,可以指强劲的,也可以指柔和的; blast是一股强劲的气流,不一定是自然产生的,风速较大,强劲而突然,指“狂风”或“暴风”; breeze指“轻风”“微风”“温和的微风”; gale指7级到11级的烈风、强风。例如:
  • The dentist gave my tooth a blast to dry the filling.牙医朝我的牙吹风使补牙材料干结。
  • A gust of wind billowed the sleeves and skirts of women's dresses.一股劲风把妇女们的衣袖和裙子吹得像波浪一样翻动。
  • The banner fluttered in the breeze.旗帜在微风中飘扬。
  • We got our roof blown off in the gale last night.昨夜的大风把我们的房顶给掀掉了。
  • 2.用spring breeze指“春风”比用wind更为确切。例如:
  • The soft spring breeze caressed my face and I felt refreshed.柔和的春风吹拂着我的脸,使我觉得神清气爽。
  • v. (动词)
    blast, blight, nip
  • 这组词都有“毁坏”的意思,其区别是:
  • blast最为严重,常表示彻底地毁坏; 而blight原指恶劣天气或病虫害使植物枯萎,用于引申意义时,侧重因外界因素而带来破坏性的改变; nip则侧重于用力捏、刺、挟或从中切割。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的blst,意为刮风,微风。
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