neck

  基本词汇  
[nek]     [nek]    
  • n.颈;脖子
  • v.搂着脖子亲吻;(使)变窄
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neck是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 脖子
  2. 海峡
  3. 颈肉
  4. 地峡
  5. 中间颈状部位
  6. 衣领
  7. 领子
  8. 领圈
  9. 颈状部
  10. 【化】短管
  11. 最后一捆
  12. 狭路
  13. 【建】颈弯饰
  14. 【地】岩颈
v.(动词)
  1. <口>搂着脖子亲吻
  2. 变细
  3. 变狭窄
  4. 拥抱
  5. 使变窄使变细
  6. 割颈杀死
  7. 使变窄
  8. 使变细
  9. 缩小…的口径使成颈状
  10. 拥吻
  11. 收缩
  12. 拧脖子杀死(家禽)
  13. 爱抚

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]颈,脖子 the part of the body by which the head is joined to the shoulders
  2. [C]领圈,领口 the part of a garment that goes round the human neck

行业释义

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neck : 颈, ...
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neck : (西方书法 ...
neck : 颈, ...
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neck : 亢宿 ...
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neck : 颈 ...
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英英释义

Noun:
  1. the part of an organism (human or animal) that connects the head to the rest of the body;

    "he admired her long graceful neck"
    "the horse won by a neck"

  2. a narrow elongated projecting strip of land

  3. a cut of meat from the neck of an animal

  4. a narrow part of an artifact that resembles a neck in position or form;

    "the banjo had a long neck"
    "the bottle had a wide neck"

  5. an opening in a garment for the neck of the wearer; a part of the garment near the wearer's neck

Verb:
  1. kiss, embrace, or fondle with sexual passion;

    "The couple were necking in the back seat of the car"

neck的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The giraffe is characterized by its very long neck.
    长颈鹿以其长颈为特徵.
  2. The neck of my guitar is broken.
    我吉他的琴颈坏了。
  3. The doctor operated the patient on the neck.
    医生给病人的颈部动手术。
  4. She wears a gold chain around her neck.
    她脖子上戴着一条金项链。
  5. She only hurt her neck in the accident.
    她在事故中只是伤到了脖子。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The two of them were necking on a park bench.
    他们俩在公园的长凳上拥抱亲吻。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Nathan Hale looked around as a British soldier put the rope around his neck.
    当一个英国士兵把绳子套在他的脖子上的时候,内森·黑尔向四周看了看。
  2. I bent back too far and hurt my neck.
    我向后仰得过度了,扭伤了脖子。
  3. He sensed that the eyes of the men were drilling into the back of his neck.
    他感到人们的目光狠狠地盯着他的脖子后面。
  4. The child folded his hands around his mother's neck.
    小孩抱住他妈妈的脖子。
  5. He hooked his arm round her neck and pulled her head down.
    他一只胳膊弯成钩形,搂在她的脖子上,把她的头拉低。
  6. The key was hanging from a string round his neck.
    那把钥匙用线拴着挂在他的脖子上。
  7. Jim had a lump on his neck.
    吉姆颈上有个肿块。
  8. The door flew open and in dashed a gentleman with a serviette round his neck.
    门猛地开了,闯进一个脖颈上围着毛巾的男人。
  9. The boy banded the dog's neck with a yellow string.
    男孩把一条黄绳绑在狗脖子上。
  10. Ropes were fastened to its neck and forelegs.
    人们用绳索拴住它的颈和前腿。
  11. My shirt is rather tight in the neck.
    我的衬衫领口很紧。
  12. The child's dress is neatly gathered at the neck.
    孩子的衣服在领口处打着整齐的皱褶。
  13. She pinned the gown at the neck with a pin.
    她在领子那儿用一枚别针把睡衣别住。
  14. He held the bottle by the neck,
    他抓住了瓶颈。
  15. There is a neck of land between the two rocks.
    那两大岩石之间有一个隘口。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
break one's neck
  1. 拼命做某事 work especially hard at sth

    Don't break your neck on this job, it's not urgent. 在这件工作上不要这样玩命干,它不太急迫。

    We have nearly broken our necks looking for you. 我们到处找你,找得好苦啊。

breathe down one's neck
  1. 紧跟着或紧盯着某人 follow or watch sb closely

    He didn't like people breathing down his neck while he was working. 他干活时不喜欢别人站在身旁看他。

neck and neck
  1. 并驾齐驱 (of two horses, people, etc., in a race or competition) equal so far

    I mean to catch up him to and come neck and neck into the winning post. 我决心追上他,和他齐头并进,去夺取胜利。

    The two were neck and neck up till the 500-metre mark, but after that John began to draw away from Bill. 约翰和比尔两人跑到500米时还不分上下,但过了500米后,约翰便慢慢地把比尔甩到后面去了。

risk sb's neck
  1. 冒生命危险 expose oneself to danger

    He had got into the habit of risking his neck. 他已经养成了一种冒险的习惯。

    No, thank you.I'm not going to risk my neck on the back of your motorbike. 不,谢谢你了,我不去冒险坐在你的摩托车后座上。

    I thanked him for risking his neck for me. 我感谢他为我冒生命危险。

up to one's neck
  1. 深深卷入某事物中 very deeply involved in sth

    They were up to their necks in trouble with the press. 他们深深卷入了与报界的麻烦之中。

    Even as a young man he was up to his neck in crime. 他年轻时已恶贯满盈了。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
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经典引文

  • The head is mounted on a mobile neck.

    出自:Jonathan Miller
  • She had glasses on with a chain that hung round her neck.

    出自:J. Howker
  • The barbarians..had at length submitted their necks to the Gospel.

    出自:fig.
  • They would have neck'd me as they do Rabbets to kill them.

    出自:J. Stevens

neck的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. neck的基本意思是“颈,脖子”,指头和躯干相连接的部分,引申可作“颈状物”解,是可数名词。
  2. neck还可作“领圈,领口”解,一般是指衣服的领口,是可数名词。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的hnecca,意为后颈。

neck的相关资料:

正版词典

neck : 颈 ...
在 《医学英语词典》 中查看更多...
neck : 颈,脖子, ...
在 《外研社英语词典》 中查看更多...

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  • neck:neck n. 脖子, 颈, 颈壮物习惯用语get it in the neck 受到严厉责骂;受重罚neck and neck 并驾齐驱;不分上下risk one's neck 冒生命危险;拼命up…

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