- n. 幽灵；鬼魂
- n. [计]美国赛门铁克公司旗下的硬盘备份还原工具
- [C]鬼,幽灵 (the spirit of) a dead person who appears again
- [C](创作、美术的)捉刀人,代笔人 sb who writes sth for another person on the understanding that the other person will receive sole credit as the author
a mental representation of some haunting experience;
"he looked like he had seen a ghost"
"it aroused specters from his past"
a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else
the visible disembodied soul of a dead person
a suggestion of some quality;
"there was a touch of sarcasm in his tone"
"he detected a ghost of a smile on her face"
move like a ghost;
"The masked men ghosted across the moonlit yard"
haunt like a ghost; pursue;
"Fear of illness haunts her"
write for someone else;
"How many books have you ghostwritten so far?"
- The teeny tiny ghost flies away.
- The ghost has been laid and will not return to haunt you again.
- He was shaking with fright as if he had seen a ghost.
- I can't have seen a ghost it must have been imagination.
- Do you believe in ghosts?
- He looked so terrified I thought he'd seen a ghost.
- The ghost of Lady Margaret is supposed to haunt this chapel.
- lay a ghost
驱除魔鬼exercise an evil spirit
- give up the ghost
失效,不能使用fail to work or to make an effort
- the ghost of a
- the Holy G- 圣灵
- the ghost of a 一点点
He hadn't the ghost of an idea whether we could get through the Boche wire.出自： S. Sassoon
A ghost of a smile hovered on Mrs Swallow's lips.出自： D. Lodge
Clarke..ghosted his way past three tackles across midfield.出自： G. Green
His empty boat..was found later ghosting along by itself.出自： I. Murdoch