- vt. & vi. 举起,抬起 elevate or raise;ascend or rise;revoke
- vt. 终止;解除;撤销 bring to an end;remove;rescind
- vi. 消散 disappear;disperse
- [S]抬,举 lifting;being lifted
- [C]电梯,升降机 box-like device for moving people or goods from one floor of a building to another
- [C]免费搭私人车;坐他人的便车 free ride in a private vehicle
- [S]鼓舞,振奋 feeling of elation
- the act of giving temporary assistance
- the component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity
- the event of something being raised upward;
"an elevation of the temperature in the afternoon"
"a raising of the land resulting from volcanic activity"
- a wave that lifts the surface of the water or ground
- a powered conveyance that carries skiers up a hill
- a device worn in a shoe or boot to make the wearer look taller or to correct a shortened leg
- one of the layers forming the heel of a shoe or boot
- lifting device consisting of a platform or cage that is raised and lowered mechanically in a vertical shaft in order to move people from one floor to another in a building
- plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised;
"some actresses have more than one face lift"
- transportation of people or goods by air (especially when other means of access are unavailable)
- a ride in a car;
"he gave me a lift home"
- the act of raising something;
"he responded with a lift of his eyebrow"
"fireman learn several different raises for getting ladders up"
- raise from a lower to a higher position;
"Raise your hands"
"Lift a load"
- take hold of something and move it to a different location;
"lift the box onto the table"
- move upwards;
"lift one's eyes"
- move upward;
"The fog lifted"
"The smoke arose from the forest fire"
"The mist uprose from the meadows"
- make audible;
"He lifted a war whoop"
- cancel officially;
"He revoked the ban on smoking"
"lift an embargo"
"vacate a death sentence"
- make off with belongings of others
- raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help;
"hoist the bicycle onto the roof of the car"
- invigorate or heighten;
"lift my spirits"
"lift his ego"
- raise in rank or condition;
"The new law lifted many people from poverty"
- take off or away by decreasing;
"lift the pressure"
- rise up;
"The building rose before them"
- pay off (a mortgage)
- take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property
- take illegally;
- fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means;
"Food is airlifted into Bosnia"
- take (root crops) out of the ground;
- call to stop the hunt or to retire, as of hunting dogs
- rise upward, as from pressure or moisture;
"The floor is lifting slowly"
- put an end to;
"lift a ban"
"raise a siege"
- remove (hair) by scalping
- remove from a seedbed or from a nursery;
"lift the tulip bulbs"
- remove from a surface;
"the detective carefully lifted some fingerprints from the table"
- perform cosmetic surgery on someone's face
- He was too weak even to lift his hand.
- The helicopter lifted the entire team to the meet.
- She was caught lifting make-up from the supermarket.
- The good news lifted my spirits.
- For some income levels rise after purchase, customers must first purchase the original loan repaid, can lift the selling home mortgages.
- They decided to lift the embargo.
- They want to lift the rate of enjoyment too.
- Soft angelic voices lift you into higher realms.
- With a graceful lift of her hand, she dismissed him.
- Winning the scholarship gave her a tremendous lift.
- He pressed the button to call the lift.
- It was pouring rain and he just needed a lift.
- Could you help me lift this iron plate?
The cover won't lift.
This window will not lift.
The low clouds began to lift.
The plane will take off once the fog has lifted.
The mist began to lift.
He is strong enough to lift the box.
Try as I might,I could not lift the stone.
I can't lift this bag— it's too heavy.
He was too weak even to lift his hand.
Linnet lifted her head and stared at him.
“To the friendship between the two countries!” he lifted his glass and said.
First we have to lift the level of instruction
This piece of luck lifted his spirits.
Someone lifted his wallet on the bus.
The government lifted the ban on tourist travel.
The plants were lifted last year.
The unpopular tax was soon lifted.
Her purse was lifted yesterday in the supermarket.
One more lift and it's up!
With one great lift, the men moved the rock.
The weight-lifter made a lift of several hundred kilos.
It required a lift of three feet to get in the piano.
Give him a lift;he's too small to see anything.
The building was equipped with two lifts.
He pressed the button to call the lift.
He took the lift to the 14th floor.
Is the lift going up?
Since she was too tired to climb the stairs, she went up in the lift.
Could you give me a lift to the next village?
I'll give you a lift to the station.
We got a lift part of the way in a lorry.
Can I give you a lift home?
He gave her a lift into town.
It gives the worker an extraordinary psychological lift.
Winning the scholarship gave her a tremendous lift.
Take a brandy, it may give you a lift.
- lift above (v.+prep.)
耸立 move or go upwards or to be in an upright position lift above sth
The Monument to the People's Heroes lifts above Tian An Men Square.人民英雄纪念碑耸立在天安门广场。
- 耸立 move or go upwards or to be in an upright position lift above sth
- lift down (v.+adv.)
拿下来 lift and then bring down lift sth ⇔ down
He lifted the books down from the top shelf.他把书从架上取下来。
Please lift the box down from the shelf for me,I can't reach.请帮我把箱子从架子上搬下来,我够不着。
- 拿下来 lift and then bring down lift sth ⇔ down
- lift from (v.+prep.)
偷窃 steal sth lift sth from sb/sth
She was caught lifting makeup from the supermarket.她在超市偷窃化妆品时被抓住了。用于 be ～ed 结构
Parts of your article have been lifted bodily from a well-known magazine.你的文章中有几部分是从一本有名的杂志中整个抄袭来的。
(使…)从…升起,(把…)从…揭起 (cause sb/sth to) rise from lift from sth
The airplane lifted from the airport.飞机从机场起飞。
The stone is too heavy to lift from the ground.这块石头太重,无法从地上搬起来。lift sb/sth from sth 用于 be ～ed 结构
Three men were lifted by helicopter from the burning ship.直升机把三个男人从燃烧着的船上吊起来。
She was lifted from a captain to the rank of major.她从上尉晋升为少校。
- 偷窃 steal sth lift sth from sb/sth
- lift off (v.+adv.)
(飞机、火箭等)起飞,发射升空 (airplane, rocket, etc.) take off lift off
The heavy bombers slowly lifted off.重型轰炸机慢慢地起飞了。
The rocket is due to lift off at noon on Friday.火箭定于星期五中午发射。
The rocket lifted off from its launching pad.火箭从它的发射台上发射而出。
揭开 raise and remove lift sth ⇔ off
Steam power was discovered when its inventor watched the steam lifting off the lid of a pan.蒸汽能得到发现在于它的发现者看到蒸汽冲开了锅盖。
- (飞机、火箭等)起飞,发射升空 (airplane, rocket, etc.) take off lift off
- lift onto (v.+prep.)
把…引上… divert sth onto lift sth onto sth
They have lifted water from the Yellow River onto the high land and reaped a good cotton harvest on a 300 mu tract.他们把黄河水引上高地,使300亩棉田获得丰收。
- 把…引上… divert sth onto lift sth onto sth
- lift up (v.+adv.)
举起,提起 raise, pick up
Lift your foot up;you're standing on the hem of my dress. 把脚抬一抬,你踩着我的衣服边了。
Soon there is enough force to lift the plane up off the ground. 很快,就有一种足够的力量使飞机离地起飞。
Don't shuffle, lift up your feet. 不要拖着脚走,把你的脚抬起来。
The dog lifted up its ears. 狗竖起了耳朵。
鼓舞 stimulate or inspire
His very presence lifted us all up. 正是他的来临使我们人人振奋。
This sunshine should lift up your spirits a little. 阳光会使你的精神振作一点儿。
- 举起,提起 raise, pick up
- lift a desk 抬起桌子
- lift a pail of water 提起一桶水
- lift one's glass 举杯
- lift one's head 抬头
- lift one's spirits 提起精神
- lift one's voice 提高嗓门
- lift price 提高物价
- lift sports standard 提高运动水平
- lift the level 提高水平
- lift the tariff 提高关税
- lift accidentally 意外举起
- lift agreeably 令人愉快地举起
- lift angrily 愤怒地举起
- lift bravely 勇敢地举起
- lift casually 漫不经心地举起
- lift cheerfully 兴高采烈地举起
- lift consistently 一致地举起
- lift constantly 不断地举起
- lift cunningly 巧妙地举起
- lift daringly 大胆地举起
- lift deliberately 有意地举起
- lift desperately 不顾一切地举起
- lift discreetly 小心地举起
- lift episodically 偶尔举起
- lift eventually 最终举起
- lift extemporaneously 临时举起
- lift finally 最终举起
- lift frequently 频繁地举起
- lift gradually 渐渐地举起
- lift hastily 急速地举起
- lift heartlessly 无意地举起
- lift hideously 令人惊骇地举起
- lift insistently 引人注意地举起
- lift instinctively 本能地举起
- lift involuntarily 不由自主地举起
- lift momentarily 顷刻之间举起
- lift noiselessly 静静地举起
- lift purposely 有目的地举起
- lift rapidly 迅速举起
- lift reluctantly 不情愿地举起
- lift resolutely 果断地举起
- lift satisfactorily 令人满意地举起
- lift simultaneously 同时举起
- lift slowly 缓慢举起
- lift speedily 快速地举起
- lift stoutly 有力地举起
- lift successfully 成功地举起
- lift symbolically 象征性地举起
- lift unanimously 一致举起
- lift victoriously 成功地举起
- lift vigorously 有魄力地举起
- lift off 吊起,揭起,(飞机)起飞,(火箭)腾空而起,发射出去
- lift up 提起,抬起,消失
- lift up one's ear 竖起耳朵
- lift up one's eyes 抬起视线,仰望
- lift up one's voice 提高嗓音
- lift above the square 雄伟地耸立在广场上
- lift a hand against sb 反抗某人
- lift from 从…提起
- lift a box into a lorry 把箱子抬上卡车
- lift a box out of train 把箱子抬下火车
I have used up three lifts of notepaper already.出自：A. Trollope
Lifting Mary to the floor.出自：E. O
I felt as if a veil had been lifted and my destiny revealed.出自：R. G. Collingwood
He..lifts her from the floor to the chair.出自：A. Paton
He lay flat on his belly and tried to lift his weight by his hands.出自：G. Orwell
This has to be lifted up and down when inserting paper.出自：Observer
The Belgian unlocked the trunk, stood by the porter while he lifted out two suitcases.出自：N. Luard
- lift, boost, elevate, enhance, exalt, grow, highten, hoist, raise
- lift, filch, pinch, purloin, steal
这组词都可表示“窃取”。其区别是：1.steal含义最广而且最通用,指任何一类偷窃行为,也指偷偷地行动,强调行动的狡猾或秘密。2.filch尤指用不正当手段悄悄偷走,多指日常不严重的事情。例如:His father caught him filching apples.父亲撞见他偷苹果。3.lift指偷走或剽窃别人的文章,常用在口语中。例如:Long passages in this textbook have been lifted from other authors.教科书中有很长篇幅是摘录其他作者的文章。4.pinch泛指不道德的扒窃或不告而取,有时也指小偷小摸,顺手牵羊。例如:The thief pinched her purse and ran.小偷偷了她的皮夹子跑了。5.purloin常强调偷走或剽窃某物据为己有或供自己使用。例如:My car's been purloined.我的汽车被偷了。
- lift, elevator
- arise rise raise lift
- ☆ 1200年左右英入进语，直接源自古北欧语的lypta；最初源自原始日耳曼语的luftijan，意为提起，举起。
- lift:lift n. 举起, 电梯, 起重机, 搭车vt. 升高, 提高, 举起, 空运vi. 升起, (指雾等)消散, 耸立 英英解释:名词lift:1. the act of giving tempor…