- 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.
- 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
It was cold, raining, and to crown it all, we had to go home on foot. 天气寒冷,又下雨,更糟糕的是,我们得步行回家。
I heard I had won 1000 dollars, and to crown it all, a phone call from the hospital announcing the birth of my son. 我赢了1000美元,但更令我兴奋的是,从医院又来了个电话,说我儿子出生了!
- 更糟糕的是,更幸运的是 what the worse or more fortunate is
- crown with (v.+prep.)
给…戴上(象征荣誉、尊严之物); 给予荣誉 place on the head of (sb) a crown of (sth) as a mark of royalty, honour, or respect; give honor to
The victorious leader was crowned with an ornament of leaves. 获胜的首领戴上了一顶以树叶做成的花冠。
He was crowned with victory. 他获得胜利的荣誉。
Our struggle was crowned with victory. 我们的斗争获得了胜利。
以(金属、粘固剂等)镶齿冠 cover the edge of (a tooth) with (a substance such as metal or cement)
Her teeth had to be crowned with special cement. 她的牙齿不得不镶上特殊的粘固剂。
在…顶上,顶上有 be or have at the top
The precipitous Mt. Tomer is crowned with snow all year round. 托木尔山峰险峻陡峭,终年积雪。
The hill is crowned with woods. 山顶上有树林。
- 给…戴上(象征荣誉、尊严之物); 给予荣誉 place on the head of (sb) a crown of (sth) as a mark of royalty, honour, or respect; give honor to
- 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世纪期初进入英语，直接源自古法语的corone，意为花环，王冠。
- crown:crown n. 王冠, 花冠, 顶vt. 加冕, 顶上有, 表彰, 使圆满完成 英英解释:名词crown:1. the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the…