- n. 突然袭击；突击搜捕；劫掠；集体抛售
- v. 劫掠；攫取；突击搜捕；袭击
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- [C]突然袭击 a quick attack or an enemy position, not to seize the place but to do damage
- [C]劫掠,劫夺 sudden surprise attack in order to steal or do harm
- [C]突然查抄〔搜捕〕 sudden surprise visit by the police
- vt. 突然袭击〔抢劫〕; 突然搜查 make a raid on a place
a sudden short attack
an attempt by speculators to defraud investors
search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on;
"The police raided the crack house"
enter someone else's territory and take spoils;
"The pirates raided the coastal villages regularly"
take over (a company) by buying a controlling interest of its stock;
"T. Boone Pickens raided many large companies"
search for something needed or desired;
"Our babysitter raided our refrigerator"
- We launched a bombing raid on enemy bases.
- The raid was purely retaliatory.
- Police made a lightning raid on the house.
- They were arrested during a dawn raid.
- A security guard was killed in the bank raid.
- They promise they will never raid tourist.
- Drug was found when the police raid the club.
- They were going to raid Warsaw the next day.
- In an air raid last night the enemy aircraft bombed the city.
- There was a raid on a bank by armed mobs yesterday.
- During their raid on the house, the police found a lot of drugs.
- The enemy raided the docks.
- They raided the ship.
- The police raided the gambling club.
- bombing raid 轰炸
- in an air raid 在空袭中
The Earls..swept the country..with more than the usual ferocity of a Border raid.出自： J. H. Burton
The Admiralty planned a raid on German patrols.出自： D. A. Thomas
Her friends bring along the drinks..raiding their family cellars.出自：Observer
Natural resources..we have seen..raided for private profit.出自： A. E. Stevenson