- [C]仇敌,敌人,敌军 a person who hates and opposes another person; one of two or more people who hate and oppose each other; (the armed forces of) a country with which one is at war
- an opposing military force;
"the enemy attacked at dawn"
- an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force);
"a soldier must be prepared to kill his enemies"
- any hostile group of people;
"he viewed lawyers as the real enemy"
- a personal enemy;
"they had been political foes for years"
- The city is held by the enemy.
- The enemy was forced to retreat.
- This defeat was a powerful blow to the enemy.
- In a frenzy of hate he killed his enemy.
- The shield protected him from the blows of his enemy.
- After several reverses the enemy was forced to retreat.
- The enemy kept up their bombardment day and night.
- Frost is an enemy of flowers.
Hundreds of the enemies had searched the mountains for fifteen days without result.
Confront the enemies and be a man.
The enemy attacked our foremost positions all night.
Sirens alerted the cities long before the enemy bombers arrived.
The enemy is/are advancing towards the castle.
The enemy were too many.
The enemy was alarmed to learn that his troops had been surrounded.
We anticipated that the enemy would cross the river and so we destroyed the bridge.
The army attacked at night when the enemy was asleep.
Before they fled the country, the enemy attempted to destroy the factories.
They battled the enemy.
He never bent his knees before the enemy.
We have broken down the resistance of the enemy.
She would not say a word even though the enemy threatened to burn her.
He was seized with burning hatred for the enemy.
The pressure on the enemy is building up.
The forces of the enemy advanced against them.
The enemy became more frantic in its death-bed struggle.
The prisoner claimed that he had been framed up by his enemies.
He was framed by his enemies.
They prayed that their enemies might be defeated.
The knights prevailed against many enemies.
He frustrated his enemies in their plans.
At last they beat their enemies.
They forgave their enemies.
We aid them in fighting against their enemy.
Please bear in mind that they are our enemy.
The wounded soldier begged his enemy for mercy.
We must band together to fight the common enemy.
The struggle against common enemy binds all the colonial people together.
His policy was to beat each enemy in turn.
The enemy's guns were silenced by repeated bombings.
Our powerful artillery fire silenced the enemy's mortars.
We advanced on the enemy's position under the cover of darkness.
A good general tries to anticipate the enemy's movements.
After two hours' heavy fighting, we bore down the enemy's resistance.
Stealthily we approached the enemy's camp.
With his own body Huang Jiguang blocked the muzzle of the enemy's machine gun.
Before the enemy's attack he crossed the river and alarmed the unarmed villagers.
The enemy's attack was beaten off.
It was quite some time before they managed to break through the enemy's blockade.
An enemy bomb has sent up the oil stores.
He drew his pistol and aimed at the enemy soldier.
Our guns were brought to bear on the centre of the enemy position.
Our torpedo boats bore down on the enemy cruiser.
The enemy ammunition dump blew up.
The enemy pillbox was blown up with a bang.
This nation will not be brought to the ground by enemy action!
The area was scanned for signs of enemy aircraft.
As the mines laid by the guerrillas began to explode, the enemy troops broke ranks and fled in panic.
The Foreign Minister treats all those correspondents the same way, whether they are enemy or friend.
He went an enemy, and returned a friend.
Frost is an enemy of flowers.
- make enemies
树敌 make an enemy of sb make enemies with sb
I don't want to make enemies with the world.我不想与天下人为敌。make one enemies
His down-to-earth way made him enemies as well as supporters.他实事求是的作风使有的人支持他,有的人反对他。
His rudeness made him many enemies.他的粗鲁作风得罪了很多人。
- 树敌 make an enemy of sb make enemies with sb
- make an enemy of
使某人成为自己的敌人 make enemies
Clearly, you don't want to make a mortal enemy of someone who will be in power for a while. 显然,你不会冒犯一个暂时还在当权的人。
- 使某人成为自己的敌人 make enemies
- attack the enemy 攻击敌军
- beat an enemy 战胜敌人,打败敌人
- beat down the enemy 打垮敌人
- charge the enemy 向敌军冲去
- defeat an enemy 打败敌人,战胜敌人
- destroy an enemy 摧毁敌人,消灭敌人
- discover an enemy 发现敌人
- drive an enemy away 赶跑敌人
- drive out the enemy 把敌人驱逐出去
- face the enemy 面对敌人,遇到敌人
- fear the enemy 害怕敌人
- fight the enemy 与敌人作斗争
- find the enemy 发现敌人
- kill an enemy 击毙敌人
- make -mies 树敌
- meet an enemy 迎击敌人,遇上敌人
- punish the enemy 惩罚敌人
- put the enemy to flight 使敌人逃窜
- strike the enemy 打击敌人
- surprise the enemy 奇袭敌人
- wipe out the enemy 歼灭敌人
- bitter enemy 死敌
- common enemy 共同的敌人
- cruel enemy 残忍的敌人,残酷的敌人
- great enemy 大敌
- long-time enemy 长期的敌人
- main enemy 主要敌人
- mutual enemy 共同的敌人
- national enemy 民族的敌人,国家的敌人
- natural enemy 天敌
- open enemy 公开的敌人
- political enemy 政敌
- powerful enemy 强大的敌人
- public enemy 公敌
- secret enemy 暗藏的敌人
- hundreds of enemy 几百敌兵
- enemy from within 内部的敌人
He had no enemies; he was an extremely amiable fellow, and universally liked.出自：H. James
- enemy在句中可用作定语,修饰soldier, position, cruiser, ammunition, pillbox, action等名词,意义上与enemy的所属格enemy's无甚不同。
- enemy, adversary, antagonist, foe, opponent
foe的意思是“仇敌”,主要用于文学语言中,常与friend相对; adversary意为“对手,反对者”,可指“反对的一方”,也可指敌人; antagonist 指积极采取敌对行为的“对抗者”,尤指在争权夺霸过程中的“敌手”; enemy意为“敌人,仇敌”,是普通用语,在指“敌军”时,常用单数形式; opponent意为“对手”,多指比赛、辩论或竞争中的对方,一般不表示有积极的敌意。
误 We must draw a clear line between enemies and ourselves at all times.
正 We must draw a clear line between the enemy and ourselves at all times.
- ☆ 13世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的enemi，最初源自拉丁语的iinmicus，意为敌人。
- enemy:enemy n. 敌人, 仇敌, [集合名词]敌军, [喻]大敌adj. 敌人的, 敌方的习惯用语an enemy worthy of sb. 's steel 值得某人与之交锋的劲敌, 强敌be a…