- v. 使厌烦；开凿；钻孔；挖掘；盯着看
- n. 讨厌的人；麻烦事；(管道、枪炮等的)孔；涌潮；(找水或石油的)钻孔
- vt. 令人厌烦 make (sb) tired and uninterested by being dull or tedious
- vt. & vi. 挖,掘,钻,开凿(洞、井、隧道等) make (a hole, well, tunnel, etc.) with a revolving toll or by digging
- [C]令人讨厌的人〔事物〕,麻烦 person or thing that bores; nuisance
a person who evokes boredom
a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)
diameter of a tube or gun barrel
a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes
cause to be bored
make a hole, especially with a pointed power or hand tool;
"don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"
"drill a hole into the wall"
"drill for oil"
"carpenter bees are boring holes into the wall"
- He bored us all by talking for hours about his new house.
- They are going to bore a tunnel through this mountain.
- This drill can bore through rock.
- Worms have bored into the wood.
- He used a drill to bore a hole in the door.
- The mole bored (its way) underground.
- His blue eyes seemed to bore into her.
- He was making a bore of himself.
- She has become an awful bore since she got married to him.
- It's a bore having to go out again.
- Place the relief valve seat back into the chamber bore.
- This drill can bore through the rock.
- I enjoy your company, but your brother bores me.
- The mole bored its way underground.
- I hope you're not getting bored by my words.
- She is getting bored with her job.
- Don't be such a bore.
- I found her a bore.
- They've run out of food.What a bore!
- Did you find the concert a bore?
- Doing housework is a real bore.
- bore to death〔tear〕
令人极度厌烦 bore sb intensely
bore sb to death〔tear〕
The politician's speech bored the crowd to death.
There is so much noise and she was bored to death.
- bore on 前进
Frighted rattons..seek the benmost bore.出自： R. Burns
The Major yawned without an attempt to hide the fact that he was bored.出自： G. A. Birmingham
Perhaps Italy bores him; you ought to try the Alps or the Lakes.出自： E. M. Forster
We were prepared to consult with de Gaulle's government until it bored them to tears.出自： D. Rusk
- bored, boring, dull
- 这几个词的词意有区别:boring是bore的现在分词转化成的形容词,表示“令人厌烦的”,主语可以是人,也可以是物; bored是bore的过去分词转化成的形容词,表示“感到厌倦的”,主语通常是人; dull指物意为“乏味的,无趣的”,指人意为“愚笨的,迟钝的”。