- [C] 麻袋,包 a large bag, usually of strong rough cloth, strong paper, or plastic used for storing or carrying flour, coal, etc.
- [C] 一袋之量 the amount that a sack contains
- [S] 开除,解雇 dismissal from one's job
- [S] 洗劫,劫掠 act or process of sacking a town, etc.
- vt. 装入袋中 put into a sack or sacks
- vt. 洗劫 plunder violently
- vt. 开除 dismiss from employment or office; fire
a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
an enclosed space;
"the trapped miners found a pocket of air"
the quantity contained in a sack
any of various light dry strong white wine from Spain and Canary Islands (including sherry)
a woman's full loose hiplength jacket
a hanging bed of canvas or rope netting (usually suspended between two trees); swings easily
a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist
the plundering of a place by an army or mob; usually involves destruction and slaughter;
"the sack of Rome"
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
plunder (a town) after capture;
"the barbarians sacked Rome"
terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position;
"The boss fired his secretary today"
"The company terminated 25% of its workers"
make as a net profit;
"The company cleared $1 million"
put in a sack;
"The grocer sacked the onions"
- There is a sack of potatoes in the corner of the room.
- He tumbled his clothes and books into a big sack.
- The poor guy got the sack yesterday.
- If you are late again, the boss will sack you.
- The child sacked the toys and went to bed.
- Imperial troops sacked Rome in 1527.
- Coal used to cost 3 shillings a sack.
- There are many sacks of corn.
- He bought a sack of potatoes.
- I bought three sacks of rice.
- He got the sack for petty thieving.
- The invaders put all to the sack.
- The old lady was sacking the rice.
- I got hired one summer to sack grain.
- They were sacking the potatoes in the field.
- The invaders sacked the city.
- The boss sacked a dilatory worker yesterday.
- All my books were sacked and sent to London.
- Thousands of people were killed when the town was sacked.
- Facer was sacked five days ago.
- Three railwaymen were sacked because they would not join a union.
- sack for (v.+prep.)
因…而解雇(某人) fire (sb) because of (sth)
sack sb for sth
One of the workers was sacked for drunkenness.
She was sacked for incompetence.
- sack in〔out〕 (v.+adv.)
〈美口〉上床睡觉 go to sleep
Where did you sack in last night?
Where are you going to sack out?
- sack up (v.+adv.)
〈美口〉获取利润 gain a profit
How much did we sack up this time?
- get the sack 被解雇
- give sb the sack 解雇某人
- have the sack for being lazy 因懒惰被解雇
- put the sack on sb's back 把麻袋放在某人背上
- mail sack 邮包
- sack for 因…而解雇(某人)
A small part of his wheat..had been sacked.出自： F. Norris
The town refused to surrender, and after an eight days' siege it was sacked.出自： C. Hill
- sack可用作单位词,如果sack of修饰不可数名词,则只需将sack变成复数形式; 如果修饰可数名词,则名词要变成复数形式, sack也要变成复数形式。sack of前还可有数词和不定冠词a修饰。
- sack, bag
- Your bag is on the desk.你的提包在桌上。
- There are many sacks of corn.有许多袋玉米。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的sacc，意为大的布包，粗麻布；最初源自原始日耳曼语的sakkiz。
- bag 袋
- plunder 掠夺
- pillage 掠夺
- discharge 排出
- dismiss 开除
- fire 火
- postbag 邮袋
- mailbag 邮袋
- satchel (皮或帆布的)书包...
- mailer 邮寄者
- kick out 开除
- ransack 彻底搜索
- destroy 破坏
- tear apart 撕开
- steal 偷
- pack 一群
- rob 抢劫
- loot 掠夺品
- fleece 羊毛
- ravage 毁坏
- pocket 口袋
- paper bag 纸袋
- clear 清楚的
- net 网
- displace 取代
- firing 开火
- force out 挤(出去)
- dismissal 免职
- pouch 小袋
- dismission 解散
- sacking 麻袋布
- shift 移动
- chemise 女式无袖衬衫...
- sac 囊
- sackful 满袋
- terminate 结束
- carrier bag 购物袋
- send away 派遣
- give notice 通知
- hammock 吊床
- release 释放
- poke 戳
- can 可以
- give the sack 解雇
- liberation 解放
- sacque (妇孺等穿的)宽松短外衣...
- handbag 手提包
- purse 钱包