- n. 门闩；螺栓；一卷布；弩箭
- v. （突然）逃离；闩住；狼吞虎咽；用螺栓固定
- adv. 挺直地
- [C]螺栓 a screw with no point, which fastens through a piece of metal to hold things together
- [C]插销,闩 a metal bar that slides across to fasten a door or window
- [S]猛冲；逃跑 moving fast or running away suddenly
- vi. 冲出去; 逃跑 move fast or run away suddenly
- vt. & vi. 闩上 (cause to) fasten with a bolt
- vi. 狼吞虎咽 eat very quickly
a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder
a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech
the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key
the act of moving with great haste;
"he made a dash for the door"
a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length
a screw that screws into a nut to form a fastener
a sudden abandonment (as from a political party)
in a rigid manner;
"the body was rigidly erect"
"he sat bolt upright"
"he ran bang into the pole"
"ran slap into her"
move or jump suddenly;
"She bolted from her seat"
secure or lock with a bolt;
"bolt the door"
run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along;
"The thief made off with our silver"
"the accountant absconded with the cash from the safe"
leave suddenly and as if in a hurry;
"The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"
"When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
eat hastily without proper chewing;
"Don't bolt your food!"
make or roll into bolts;
- The bolt slotted smoothly into place.
- We need an eye bolt to fit this valve.
- I saw a man bolt out of our backyard.
- The frightened boy bolted all the doors and windows.
- Don't bolt your food, or you'll get indigestion!
- All that is needed is to bolt the unit to its support using four bolts.
- It annoys me if a lamppost is not bolt upright.
- Parts of many machines are held together by bolts.
- There's a bolt on the door.
- We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.
- The horse did a bolt.
- The horse took fright and bolted.
- My horse bolted and threw me in the mud.
- The thief bolted when he saw the policeman.
- That door refuses to bolt.
- The door bolts on the inside.
- These two metal parts bolt together, this one bolts onto that one.
- Remember to bolt all the doors and windows.
- We bolted a few mouthfuls of food and hurried on.
- bolt from the blue
晴天霹雳 sth unexpected and unpleasant
- bolt down (v.+adv.)
狼吞虎咽吃(食物) eat food hastily
- bolt in (v.+adv.)
把…关在里面 prevent sb from going out by locking a door
bolt sb ⇔ in
She bolted the child in.
I'm bolted in.
- bolt out (v.+adv.)
急逃 leave in a hurry
bolt sb ⇔ out
She bolted her husband out.
When the man tried to get into his own house, he found he had been bolted out.
As soon as I came downstairs the burglar bolted out.
- fasten a bolt 拧紧螺栓
Screaming with agony and fright, He bolted twenty feet upright.出自： Sir W. Scott
Bolt up the stairs they ran.出自： T. Hood
- bolt的基本意思是指由于着急或慌张而急于离开某地,因此具有“奔,窜”之意,强调的是动作; 用于吃食物时则具有“狼吞虎咽”的意味。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的bolt，意为短的，重头猛矢。