- <口>声援，给…加油， 给…助威，打气，喝彩
- [C]根,根部 the part of a plant that grows down into the soil in search of food and water; the part of a tooth, hair, etc. that holds it to the rest of the body
- [C]根本,根源 the fact or condition from which sth begins, or by which sth is caused
- [P]祖籍,原籍 origin
- vi. & vt. (使)生根,(使)扎根 (cause to) form roots
(botany) the usually underground organ that lacks buds or leaves or nodes; absorbs water and mineral salts; usually it anchors the plant to the ground
the place where something begins, where it springs into being;
"the Italian beginning of the Renaissance"
"Jupiter was the origin of the radiation"
"Pittsburgh is the source of the Ohio River"
"communism's Russian root"
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed;
"thematic vowels are part of the stem"
a number that, when multiplied by itself some number of times, equals a given number
the set of values that give a true statement when substituted into an equation
someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)
a simple form inferred as the common basis from which related words in several languages can be derived by linguistic processes
the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support
take root and begin to grow;
"this plant roots quickly"
come into existence, originate;
"The problem roots in her depression"
plant by the roots
dig with the snout;
"the pig was rooting for truffles"
become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style;
"He finally settled down"
cause to take roots
- Ann caught her foot on a tree root and stumbled.
- The dog is snuffling around the root of a tree.
- Unhappiness is the root cause of his illness.
- Money is thought to be the root cause of all evils.
- I finally got to the root of the problem.
- Roses will not root in such acid soil.
- After a few months I felt I had really taken root here.
- The pegged-down branches of the plant will take root.
- It is vain to attempt to root out heresy by force.
- The fence posts took root and grew into the earth.
- The root grows down.
- Even if you plant the seed upside down, the roots will still grow down.
- Mind you don't stumble over these roots, they're difficult to see under these leaves.
- New bushes can be reproduced from roots taken from the parent plant.
- When we returned from our holidays after only three weeks, the whole garden was grown over with strong plants with wide leaves and long roots.
- You have to dig down deeply to fork up the roots.
- Cover the roots of the plant with earth.
- He caught his foot on a tree root and stumbled.
- I stumbled over a tree root.
- She flushed to the roots of her hair.
- College graduates should answer the Party's call to go down to the grass roots units.
- His selfishness was the root of trouble.
- Her roots are in Scotland where she was born.
- Does the rose root easily?
- Who's been rooting about among my paper?
- We will all be rooting for you.
- The tree rooted itself very quickly.
- Our movement is rooted in the hearts of the people.
- The customs are rooted in tradition.
- at (the) roots
本质上 in the fact of points
- root and branch〔root-and-branch〕
连根带叶; 彻底的 completely; complete
- root out (v.+adv.)
〈口〉搜寻 find by search
- root up (v.+adv.)
杜绝 put an end to
root sth ⇔ up
Can we ever root poverty up from the world?
It is not easy to root a bad habit up.
- destroy roots 毁坏根部
- dig out the roots of 挖掉…的根
- dig up a root 掘根
- get at〔to〕 the roots of 追究…的真相,寻根摸底
- have the root of industry 有勤劳的品质
- pull out roots 把根拔出
- put down roots 扎根,在某处定居下来
- strike root 扎根
- strike at the root of 彻底摧毁,打击…的根部
- take root 生根,扎根
- trace root 追溯起源
- uncover a root 挖根
- unearth a root 挖根
- ancient root 远古的起源
- deep roots 深深的根
- humble roots 微贱的起源
- long root 长根
- noble roots 高贵的祖籍
- old root 老根
- same root 同样的起源
- strong root 粗壮的根
- suspicious root 可疑的起源
- thick root 粗根
- undetermined root 不明的起源
- unknown root 不明的起源
- root of a word 词根
- root of all evil 万恶之源
- root of civilization 文明之渊源
- root of spectacles 眼镜的起源
- root of the hair 发根
- root of the matter 事情的根源
- root of the tongue 舌根
- root of trouble 祸根
The..trees of the desert, whose roots are always seeking water.出自： W. Cather
What roots them there..is their work.出自： J. B. Priestley
As though terror had rooted her white feet to the ground.出自： K. Lines
True fantasy..is always firmly rooted in fact.出自： M. Hunter
The lean pigs scuffled and rooted in the dark forest.出自： R. Macaulay
- root, applaud, cheer
- 1.applaud与root都可指鼓掌欢呼, cheer则表示一般地欢呼。
- 2.applaud以赞美为目的; cheer与root常常以鼓舞别人为目的。
- 3.这三个词均可以人为对象, applaud与cheer还可表示对成功、表演等抽象事物的欢呼。
- ☆ 直接源自晚期古英语的rot；最初源自古北欧语的rot，意为根。
- stem v.
- branch 分部