blazed

  常用词汇  
[bleɪz]     [bleɪz]    
  • n. 火焰;烈火;光辉;(光或色彩的)展现;(感情的)迸发;(动物面部的)白斑;记号
  • v. 燃烧;发光;迸发;传播;在(树皮)上刻记号
blazingly blazed blazed blazing blazes
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blaze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. 火焰,烈火
  2. 光辉,闪光,光明,强烈的光
  3. 爆发,迸发,激发
  4. 白斑,脸上的白斑
  5. 记号,刻痕
  6. 猛烈的扫射
  7. <俚>地狱
  8. 火灾
  9. 鲜明的色彩
  10. 灿烂,辉煌
  11. 炫耀,炫示,展现
  12. 【扑克牌】一手五张人头大牌(不成特殊花色或套牌,但可赢两对)
v. (动词)
  1. 冒火焰,发火焰,熊熊燃烧,猛烈地燃烧
  2. 闪耀,发强光,发亮光,闪闪生辉,放光彩
  3. (眼睛)怒视
  4. 大肆宣扬,传播,宣布
  5. (枪)连续射击
  6. 使燃烧,使发火焰
  7. 炫示,炫耀
  8. 在(树皮)上刻记号
  9. 迸发,爆发,突然动怒
  10. 闪耀出,放出…的光彩
  11. 开拓,开辟(道路等)
  12. 引起对…的注意
  13. 显示出
  14. 领导,领先,作开路先锋
  15. <废>吹奏

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [S]火焰,烈火 bright flame or fire
  2. [S]光辉,闪光 a bright show
  3. [S]迸发,爆发 sudden outburst
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 熊熊燃烧,着火 burn with flame
  2. vi. 发强光,放光彩 shine brightly
  3. vi. 发怒 burst out with strong feeling

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a strong flame that burns brightly;

    "the blaze spread rapidly"

  2. a cause of difficulty and suffering;

    "war is hell"
    "go to blazes"

  3. noisy and unrestrained mischief;

    "raising blazes"

  4. a light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted;

    "a glare of sunlight"

  5. a light-colored marking;

    "they chipped off bark to mark the trail with blazes"
    "the horse had a blaze between its eyes"

Verb:
  1. shine brightly and intensively;

    "Meteors blazed across the atmosphere"

  2. shoot rapidly and repeatedly;

    "He blazed away at the men"

  3. burn brightly and intensely;

    "The summer sun alone can cause a pine to blaze"

  4. move rapidly and as if blazing;

    "The spaceship blazed out into space"

  5. indicate by marking trees with blazes;

    "blaze a trail"

blaze的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. We warmed our hands near the blaze of the campfire.
    我们在篝火的火焰旁暖手。
  2. The firemen were unable to control the blaze.
    消防队员无法控制这场大火。
  3. Seven people died in the blaze at the nightclub.
    在夜总会的熊熊烈火中有七人丧生。
  4. The blaze of your eyes can burn the beaven and earth.
    双瞳的光辉足以灼烧大地。
  5. The new building was a blaze of light.
    那幢新大楼一片灯光。
  6. The gardens in summer are a blaze of colour.
    夏天的花园色彩斑斓。
  7. Their marriage took place amid a blaze of publicity.
    他们举行婚礼轰动一时。
  8. In a blaze of anger he shouted at us.
    他盛怒之下,对我们大声叫嚷。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The following morning the building was still blazing.
    第二天早上,大楼还在燃烧。
  2. Lights were blazing in every room.
    每个房间都灯火通明。
  3. The tree will blaze with lights on Christmas.
    圣诞节时,这树将被灯饰缀得闪闪发光。
  4. He blazed up without warning.
    他突如其来地勃然大怒。
  5. The news was blazed all over the daily papers.
    所有日报都刊登了这条消息。
  6. He blazed a path through the forest.
    他沿途在森林里的树上刻记号以标示路径。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Dry wood makes a good blaze.
    干木燃起夺目的火焰。
  2. In a blaze of anger he shouted at them.
    他怒火中烧,对着他们大吼起来。
  3. The whole front of the building was a blaze of light.
    整幢大楼正面灯火辉煌。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The fire in the forest has blazed for days.
    森林大火已经燃烧好几天了。
  2. The fire was blazing in the fireplace.
    火在炉中燃烧。
  3. That young man's face blazed friendly, but he is very dangerous.
    那个年轻人看上去一脸的友善,但他很危险。
  4. On New Year's Eve the big house blazed with lights.
    除夕夜,那所大房子灯火通明。
  5. Lights were blazing in every room.
    每个房间都是灯火通明。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Her eyes blazed fire.
    她的眼中燃烧着怒火。
  2. Give us a smile; you blazed anger all the day.
    笑笑吧,别老怒气满面。
  3. His face always blazed anger.
    他总是满脸的怒气。
  4. The little girl blazed shy.
    这个小女孩满脸的羞涩。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
blaze abroad (v.+adv.)
    宣扬,传播 spread
    blaze sth ⇔ abroad

    They blazed the news abroad.

    他们传播这条新闻。

    She blazed her discovery abroad everywhere.

    她到处宣扬她的发现。

    He always blazed his idea abroad.

    他四处宣扬他的观点。

    His fame was blazed abroad by the country's newspapers and television.

    通过国内报纸和电视的宣传,他名扬天下了。

    His success was blazed abroad in his home-town.

    他成功的消息在他的家乡被传播开了。

blaze away (v.+adv.)
    不停地燃烧; 连续开火 continue burning; shoot rapidly and continuously (at sb or sth)
    blaze away

    The fire blazed away and destroyed the whole hotel.

    大火不停燃烧,烧毁了整个饭店。

    The captain ordered the men to blaze away .

    上尉命令士兵连续射击。

    blaze sth ⇔ away

    He blazed away all his ammunitions.

    他把所有的子弹一口气打光了。

blaze down (v.+adv.)
    炙晒; 燃烧着掉下 burn fiercely down; come down in flames
    blaze down

    The sun blazed down.

    太阳炙晒着。

    The plane was seen blazing down behind the hill, where it crashed.

    人们看见那架飞机燃烧着掉到山那边,撞毁了。

    The sun blazed down on us.

    阳光直射在我们身上。

blaze up (v.+adv.)
    复燃; 发怒,发脾气 burn again; increase in heat, anger, or violence
    blaze up

    The fire blazed up when we thought it was out.

    我们以为那火已经熄灭,不料又着起来了。

    The dry wood blazed up.

    干木头烧着了。

    She blazed up at the insult.

    受到这一侮辱她发怒了。

    Mary blazed up when Jim angered her.

    吉姆惹玛丽时,她火了。

    In a moment his temper blazed up.

    他的脾气一下子发作起来。

blaze with (v.+prep.)
    因…而涨红脸 turn red in the face because of
    blaze with sth

    He blazed with anger because his car was stolen.

    由于车被盗了,他感到非常气愤。

    Jenny blazed with anger when she heard how her mother had been treated.

    珍妮听了母亲的遭遇,气得脸通红。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • How the blazes you can stand the head-work you do, is a mystery to me.

    出自: Dickens
  • What the blue blazes is all this?

    出自: Day Lewis
  • Masses of mesembryanthemums blazed with an intense magenta glare.

    出自: Aldous Huxley
  • The sun blazed on them.

    出自: G. Orwell
  • The white woman's eyes blazed.

    出自: J. Updike

blaze的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. blaze 用作名词的基本意思是“火焰,烈火”,指突然、猛烈迸发出明亮强光的火,可用来比喻“(灯光、颜色等的)光辉,闪耀”,也可用来比喻“(强烈感情的)骤然迸发”。
  2. blaze 只用于单数形式,作“光辉,闪光”及“迸发,爆发”解时常与of连用。
v. (动词)
  1. blaze的基本含义是“熊熊燃烧,同时发射出光和热”,引申可指“怒火中烧”,在句中可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词,但多用作不及物动词。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
blaze, flame, light
  • 这组词都有“火”“火光”的意思。
  • 1.blaze指大火; flame既可表示孤立的小火,也可表示“火舌,火苗,火焰”; light为一般用语,泛指日、月、星、火、灯的光。
  • 2.blaze可给人带来温暖,但如控制不住可造成火灾; flame和light强调光明、光线, flame也可造成火灾。
  • 3.blaze多用单数形式; flame表示“火舌,火苗,火焰”时常用复数形式; light为不可数名词。
  • blaze,flame,flare,glow,glare,flash,glitter,twinkle,light
  • 这些名词均含有“火焰、烈火、光”之意。
  • blaze指猛烈燃烧所发生强烈的光。
  • flame指一条或多条火舌,多用复数形式,指由许多火舌构成的大火。
  • flare指摇曳的火焰。
  • glow指像冶炼铁和钢时发出的红光。
  • glare指眩目的光。
  • flash指突然发出而随即消失的闪光。
  • glitter指连续发出闪烁不定的光。
  • twinkle指如星光等的闪烁。
  • light普通用词,指日、月、星或灯等的光。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自中古英语的blase,意为火炬,火焰。
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