nose

  核心词汇  
[nəʊz]     [noʊz]    
  • n.鼻子;突出部分;嗅觉
  • v.嗅到;探听
nosed nosed nosing noses
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nose是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 嗅觉
  2. 船头
  3. 头部
  4. 鼻口部
  5. 暗探,探问
  6. 突出的部分
  7. 干预
  8. 香气,气味
  9. 管口,筒口,枪口
  10. 喷嘴
  11. 前缘
  12. 【空】机首,机头
  13. 能世,能势,野世,野势(姓,日本)
v.(动词)
  1. 用鼻子碰, 用鼻子擦,
  2. 嗅,闻
  3. 用鼻子品评(酒)等
  4. 嗅出,闻出
  5. 探出,侦探出,看出
  6. 探索,搜寻
  7. 打听干涉,探听
  8. 以头部探(路)小心前进,小心探索着前进
  9. 小心翼翼地驾驶
  10. 引导
  11. <口>探问,探着
  12. 小心翼翼地向前移动
  13. 告密
  14. 以尖端推进

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]鼻子 part of the face above the mouth, used for breathing and smelling
  2. [C]似鼻子的东西 thing like a nose in shape or position
  3. [S]嗅觉 sense of smell
v.(动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 嗅出 discover by smelling
  2. vt. & vi. 向前推进 go forward carefully

行业释义

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nose : 鼻子, 头部 ...
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nose : 鼻子 ...
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nose : 鼻状物;凸 ...
nose : 艏 ...
nose : 鼻 ...
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英英释义

Noun:
  1. the organ of smell and entrance to the respiratory tract; the prominent part of the face of man or other mammals;

    "he has a cold in the nose"

  2. a front that resembles a human nose (especially the front of an aircraft);

    "the nose of the rocket heated up on reentry"

  3. the front or forward projection of a tool or weapon;

    "he ducked under the nose of the gun"

  4. a small distance;

    "my horse lost the race by a nose"

  5. a symbol of inquisitiveness;

    "keep your nose out of it"

  6. the sense of smell (especially in animals);

    "the hound has a good nose"

  7. a natural skill;

    "he has a nose for good deals"

  8. a projecting spout from which a fluid is discharged

Verb:
  1. search or inquire in a meddlesome way;

    "This guy is always nosing around the office"

  2. advance the forward part of with caution;

    "She nosed the car into the left lane"

  3. catch the scent of; get wind of;

    "The dog nosed out the drugs"

  4. push or move with the nose

  5. rub noses

  6. defeat by a narrow margin

nose的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He quirked up his nose to make a face.
    他鼻子一扬作了个鬼脸。
  2. I wrinkled up my nose at the nasty smell.
    我闻到那股难闻的味,皱起了鼻子。
  3. The child pressed her nose against the window.
    那小女孩把鼻子贴在窗户上。
  4. Insert the nose of the staple remover firmly under the staple.
    将起钉机的尖端牢固地插在缝合钉的下面。
  5. He has a good nose for a secret.
    他对秘密有好的嗅觉。
  6. His nose told him that he was getting near the cow shed.
    他的嗅觉告诉他, 他正走近牛棚。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The dog nosed out a rat.
    那只狗闻到了老鼠的气味。
  2. If there is anything wrong with the car, he can nose it out.
    要是汽车出了什么毛病,他就能觉察出来。
  3. I'll go and nose about for more news.
    我们去打听一下更多的消息。
  4. Don't nose into other people's affairs.
    别干涉他人的事。
  5. That man will nose out a scandal anywhere.
    那个人在什么地方都会探听出丑闻。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Your nose is bleeding.
    你的鼻子在出血。
  2. My nose is itching.
    我的鼻子痒。
  3. The child's nose is running.
    那孩子在流鼻涕。
  4. His nose is stopped up with a cold.
    他因感冒鼻子塞住了。
  5. A fly alighted at the point of my nose.
    一只苍蝇落在我的鼻尖上。
  6. He has a prominent nose.
    他有一个突起的鼻子。
  7. He got a bloody nose in the fight.
    他在打斗中被打得鼻子流血。
  8. He punched me on the nose.
    他用拳头打我的鼻子。
  9. An elephant's nose is extraordinarily long!
    象的鼻子特别的长!
  10. I saw the car's nose appear round the corner.
    我看到汽车头出现在拐角处。
  11. He brought the aircraft's nose up and made a perfect landing.
    他拉起机头,平稳地降落下来。
  12. The nose of the plane dipped as we came in to land.
    当我们开始着陆时,飞机略略低下了机头。
  13. The instruments are in the nose section of the rocket.
    仪器都在火箭头部。
  14. Most dogs have a good nose.
    大多数狗的嗅觉灵敏。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The little boat nosed carefully between the rocks.
    小船在岩石间谨慎地缓慢行驶。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The dog nosed the car carefully.
    狗仔细地嗅着那辆汽车。
  2. The ship nosed its way.
    船缓缓前进。
  3. The dog nosed the fox.
    狗嗅出了狐狸。
  4. 用于be ~ed结构
  5. The secret has been nosed.
    秘密被探听到了。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. + adj.
  1. The dog nosed the door open.
    狗用鼻子推开了门。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
by a nose
  1. 以些微之差 by a very small margin

    The horse won by a nose. 那匹马以微弱之势险胜。

    The candidate lost the election by a nose. 那位候选人以微弱之差竞选失败。

count noses
  1. 数人数 count the number of people

    They didn't exactly count noses, but the audience numbered at least five thousand. 他们没有精确地清点人数,但听众至少有5000人。

cut off one's nose to spite one's face
  1. 拿自己出气 hurt oneself

    If you refuse her help because you are angry with her, you're cutting off your nose to spite your face. 如果你因为生她的气而拒绝她的帮助,那你是在跟自己过不去。

follow one's nose
  1. 笔直往前走 go along directly

    Just follow your nose until you reach the traffic lights and then turn left. 一直往前走到第一个交通信号灯的地方,然后向左拐。

    Just follow your nose and you'll get there. 一直往前走,就会到那里的。

  2. 靠嗅觉指引 depend upon one's nose

    The hounds ran ahead, following their noses on the trail of the fox. 猎狗凭着嗅觉顺着狐狸的足迹向前跑去。

  3. 凭直觉行事 do sth depend on one's feeling

    I don't know just where I want to go— I'll just follow my nose and see what happens. 我就是不知道想去哪里——我只是凭直觉走,看看会发生什么。

have a nose for
  1. 对…敏感,很善于发现 have an ability to detect or find sth

    A good reporter has a nose for news. 高明的记者善于发现新闻。

    Police dogs have good noses for following criminals' trails. 警犬的嗅觉对罪犯留下来的痕迹特别灵敏。

have one's nose in a book
  1. 埋头看书 read a book very attentively

    Mother cannot get Mary to help do the housework; she always has her nose in a book. 母亲叫不动玛丽帮她做家务,她总是忙着看书。

keep sb's nose clean
  1. 行为规矩,洁身自好,不卷入是非 avoid doing anything unacceptable illegal, etc.

    If you keep your nose clean, the boss might promote you. 如果你行为规矩,老板可能提升你。

keep sb's nose to the grindstone
  1. 使自己一刻不停地拼命干 keep oneself working hard

    The new boss does hardly any work although he keeps his workers' noses to the grindstone. 新工头让工人们拼命干,而自己却几乎什么都不做。

lead by the nose
  1. 牵着(某人的)鼻子,完全操纵(某人) control sb lead sb by the nose

    She doesn't like to be led by the nose.她不喜欢被人家牵着鼻子走。

    Mrs. Jones leads her wretched husband by the nose.琼斯太太完全操纵着可怜的丈夫。

    When the tax-payers discovered how they had been led by the nose all these years, they used their voting power to destroy the government.当纳税人发现这些年来他们是如何受控于人时,他们就利用自己的选举权来抵制政府。

look down one's nose at
  1. 轻视(某人或某物) treat sb/sth with contempt

    He is not so important himself, so he should not look down his nose at others. 他本人并不那么了不起,所以他不该瞧不起他人。

    People who prefer symphony concerts or chamber music tend to look down their noses at opera. 喜欢交响音乐会或者室内乐音乐会的人会有看不起歌剧的倾向。

    I gave the dog a lovely steak, and it just looked down its nose at it! 我给狗一块挺好的肉排,可它却看不上。

on the nose
  1. 正好,恰好,准确 precisely; exactly

    Her estimate was right on the nose. 她的估计十分准确。

    The airplane pilot found the small landing field on the nose. 飞行员正好将飞机降落在小机场上。

poke one's nose into
  1. 探问,干预 interfere in sth although it is not one's concern

    He was forever poking his nose into things that didn't concern him. 他总是探问与他无关的事。

    Don't go poking your nose into other people's business! 少管闲事。

turn up one's nose at
  1. 瞧不起 consider sth not good enough or important enough to be enjoyed or taken seriously

    My children turn up their noses at fresh vegetables. 我的孩子对新鲜蔬菜根本看不上。

under sb's nose
  1. 就在某人面前 directly in front of sb

    The book I was looking for was right under my nose. 我要找的书就在我面前。

  2. 就在某人眼皮底下 in sb's presence, usually without him noticing anything

    Cheating was going on under the teacher's nose. 他当着老师的面作弊。

    They were having an affair under my nose, and I didn't even realize! 他们就在我眼皮底下勾搭上了,而我竟没看出来。

with one's nose in the air
  1. 目中无人地 very haughtily; in a very superior way

    She walked past us with her nose in the air. 她从我们身边走过,神气得鼻孔朝天。

用作动词 (v.)
nose about (v.+adv.)
  1. 找; 探听 search around for sth nose about

    I'll just go and nose about a bit.我就去探听一下。

    What was he nosing about for?他在找什么?

    I saw her nosing about in the room, but I can't guess what she was looking for.我见她在屋里东找西找,但猜不出她在找什么。

nose at (v.+prep.)
  1. 嗅 discover by smelling nose at sth

    The cat nosed at the toy mouse.猫嗅着玩具老鼠。

    The puppy nosed at my arm.那小狗嗅我的臂。

nose into (v.+prep.)
  1. 打听 find sth by searching nose into sth

    I don't like the kind of people who always nose into other people's affairs.我不喜欢总是打听别人事情的那种人。

nose out (v.+adv.)
  1. 嗅出; 探听出 find sth by smell〔searching〕 nose sth ⇔ out

    The dog nosed a rat out.那条狗嗅出一只老鼠的气味。

    That man will nose out a scandal anywhere.那个人在什么地方都会探听出丑闻。

    My study has nosed out some interesting facts.我通过研究发现了一些有趣的事实。

nose through (v.+prep.)
  1. 缓慢地通过 move or push ahead slowly and carefully through sth nose one'way through sth

    The ship nosed its way slowly through the ice.那艘船缓慢地破冰前进。

    The ship nosed its way through the winding channel.船在蜿蜒的海峡中小心航行。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • His glasses slipped down to the end of his nose.

    出自:D. Johnson
  • One of the academics..was wiping his nose with a tissue to conceal laughter.

    出自:I. McEwan
  • We never see beaver, except a distant nose sticking up from the water..as it swims.

    出自:D. Hall
  • Picking a jar and nosing its aroma.

    出自:M. Ayrton
  • He was always nosing out bargains.

    出自:fig.

nose的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. nose的基本意思是“鼻子”,指嗅觉器官,也可指“似鼻子的东西”,如汽车头、飞机头等。nose还可指一个人或动物对气味的感知能力,即“嗅觉”。
  2. nose作“鼻子”“鼻状物”解时是可数名词,指“嗅觉”时是单数名词,其前多加不定冠词a。
  3. 在表示“牵着某人的鼻子走”时,一般不说lead sb's nose或lead sb by sb's nose,而说lead sb by the nose。
v.(动词)
  1. nose用作动词时的意思是“嗅出”,多指人或动物根据某种气味进行跟踪,其动作表现为鼻部挺进,引申可表示为“打听”“刺探”,也可指“(船、飞机等用头部)探路前进”。
  2. nose既可用作不及物动词,也可用作及物动词; 用作不及物动词时,常与介词at或副词about搭配使用,表示嗅的动作。用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语,偶尔也可接由形容词充当宾语补足语的复合宾语,表示嗅的对象或结果,即“嗅出”。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的nsou;最初源自原始日耳曼语的nusus,意为鼻子。

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nose : 鼻 ...
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nose : 鼻,鼻子, ...
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