- n. 王冠；王权；花冠；顶点；齿冠；克朗（丹麦、瑞典、捷克等国的货币单位）
- vt. 加冕；使 ... 成王；居 ... 之顶；镶齿冠；使圆满；<口>打…的头部
- [C]王冠,冕 a special thing that a king or queen wears on his or her head at important times
- [S]王权 the governing power of a kingdom
- vt. 加冕 put a crown on
- vt. 顶上有 be or have at the top of
- vt. 使完成,使(圆满)结束 cause to put an end or a happy finishing touch to
the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy;
"the colonies revolted against the Crown"
the part of a tooth above the gum that is covered with enamel
a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory
an ornamental jeweled headdress signifying sovereignty
the part of a hat (the vertex) that covers the crown of the head
an English coin worth 5 shillings
the upper branches and leaves of a tree or other plant
the top or extreme point of something (usually a mountain or hill);
"the view from the peak was magnificent"
"they clambered to the tip of Monadnock"
"the region is a few molecules wide at the summit"
the award given to the champion
the top of the head
(dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth;
"tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown"
the center of a cambered road
invest with regal power; enthrone;
"The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"
be the culminating event;
"The speech crowned the meeting"
form the topmost part of;
"A weather vane crowns the building"
put an enamel cover on;
"crown my teeth"
- The crown was enchased with gold and silver.
- She refused the crown.
- I know she promised him a lilac crown.
- He cracked his crown on a microphone during a performance.
- They wanted to crown Caesar king .
- Trees crowned the hill.
- He opened a bottle of wine to crown the feast.
- At the coronation, the archbishop put a crown on the Queen's head.
- The Crown granted lands in America to certain men.
- The Crown Prince seldom goes out for traveling.
- He won the heavyweight boxing crown in 1985.
- Poetry is the crown of literature.
- Crowns and thrones may perish.
- They crowned the new king shortly after his father's death.
- We saw the archbishop crown the Queen.
- A palace crowns the hill.
- Mist crowned the mountain.
- Beautiful fair hair crowns his wife's head.
- The award of this prize crowned his career.
- Success has crowned my years of effort.
- The King walked into the abbey to be crowned.
- The evening was crowned by her dazzling performance.
- They wanted to crown Caesar as king.
- They crowned him athlete of the year.
- She was crowned queen.
- crown it all
更糟糕的是,更幸运的是 what the worse or more fortunate is
- crown with (v.+prep.)
在…顶上,顶上有 be or have at the top
- crown prince 王储,皇太子
- crown brilliantly 辉煌地完成
- crown fittingly 恰好完成
- crown glitteringly 圆满结束
- crown magnificently 辉煌地完成
- crown visibly 明显地完成
The Kings go by with jewelled crowns.出自： J. Masefield
When they had platted a crowne of thornes, they put it vpon his head.出自：Bible (AV): Matthew
To crown Him Lord of All.出自： E. Perronet
Thou..hast crowned him with glory and honour.出自：Bible (AV): Psalms
- crown的基本意思是“皇冠”,用于比喻可表示“冠军”。the Crown可指“国王”。crown还可指宝贵的东西。
- crown是及物动词,可接名词或代词作宾语,也可接以as短语充当补足语的复合结构, as常常省略。
- ☆ 12世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的corone，意为花环，王冠。