- n. 恶作剧；测验；问答比赛
- v. 盘问；对 ... 进行测验
- 查问，盘问，拷问，询问 ，讯问
- [C]问答比赛(游戏) a competition or game in which competitors have to answer questions
- [C]〈尤美〉小测验 a short examination
an examination consisting of a few short questions
examine someone's knowledge of something;
"The teacher tests us every week"
"We got quizzed on French irregular verbs"
- I hate the quiz someone made.
- We will have a quiz tomorrow morning.
- He asked us to prepare for a quiz.
- Match your skill against the experts in this quiz.
- Have you entered your name for the quiz yet?
- The Cambridge team were too much for the Oxford team in the quiz.
- Four men are being quizzed by police about the murder.
- She spent an hour being quizzed by journalists.
- The students were quizzed on history.
- You will be quizzed on chapter 6 tomorrow.
- They are having a quiz now.
- He took part in a television quiz and won a prize.
By quizzing Arthur..he could..get the fellow's name.出自： S. Middleton
I had come for a serious interview and was being frivolously quizzed.出自： M. Spark
Two men were being quizzed by police.出自：Sunday Mirror
- quiz, exam, examination, test
- 这组词的共同意思是“考试”,它们也有细微差别:examination通常指正式考试,如期终考试、入学考试等; exam是examination的缩写式,常用于学生口语中; test指小考或考查; quiz指课堂上进行的非正式测验。例如:
- They are guessing when the exam will take place.他们在猜测什么时间考试。
- John dwelt on his mistake long after the test was over.测验结束后很久,约翰还在凝思他的错误。
- Mr. Smith gave us a five-minute quiz.史密斯先生对我们进行了五分钟的测验。
- quizzical adj. 疑问的；戏弄的‖quizzically adv. 疑问地;戏弄地