- [C][U]软管,胶管,水龙头 (a piece of) rubber or plastic tube which can be moved and bent to direct water onto fires, gardens, etc.
- [U]连裤袜,长筒袜,短筒袜 (used especially in shops) tights, stockings or socks
- vt. & vi. 用软管浇〔冲洗〕 use a hose on especially for washing
socks and stockings and tights collectively (the British include underwear)
man's close-fitting garment of the 16th and 17th centuries covering the legs and reaching up to the waist; worn with a doublet
a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas
water with a hose;
"hose the lawn"
- On Sundays, he washes his car down with the garden hose.
- The stables were sluiced out with water from a hose.
- This fire hose is about sixty feet long.
- He rigged a rubber hose to the tap in the kitchen.
- The water sprayed from the hose.
- He ducked his head under the hose and washed off.
- Aunt Anna always gives me hose for my birthday.
- In the times of the Tudors, a man dressed in doublet and hose and wore a ruff.
- Will you hose down my car - it's very dirty.
- After raining, I always hose the yard out.
- It's a fifty feet long hose.
- Are there any fire hoses in the building?
- She bought a pair of woollen hose yesterday.
- hose down (v.+adv.)
用水管里的水冲洗use a hose on especially for washing
hose sth ⇔ down
He is hosing the car down.
We hosed down the car before we waxed it.
- hose out (v.+adv.)
用水管里的水冲干净wash sth thoroughly with a lot of water through a pipe
hose sth ⇔ out
After raining,I always hose the yard out.
- hose for … 用的软管
Her hose had been laddered.出自： H. Wilson
Jack Harvey had cleaned the deck and hosed it down.出自： H. Fast