- n. 茎；梗
- n. 跟踪；高视阔步
- v. 悄悄靠近；跟踪；蔓延；高视阔步地走
- 猖獗 ，在...猖獗
- vt. & vi. 大踏步地走 walk with slow, stiff strides, especially in a self-important or grim way
- vt. 潜进 move quietly and cautiously towards wild animals, etc. in order to get near
material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds
a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ
a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush
the act of following prey stealthily
a stiff or threatening gait
follow stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously to;
"her ex-boyfriend stalked her"
"the ghost of her mother haunted her"
go through (an area) in search of prey;
"stalk the woods for deer"
- It doesn' t produce a stalk at all the first year?
- He cut off the flowers at the stalk with a pair of scissors.
- He ate the apple, stalk and all.
- He moved like a tiger stalking its prey.
- The lion will often stalk its prey for hours.
- Paparazzi stalk him at home and trail him in cars.
- I'm afraid famine will stalk over the land
- He turned and stalked away.
- She stalked along.
- She is stalking the streets.
- Drought and famine stalked the land.
- The hunters stalked the lion.
- stalk out (v.+adv.)
走出 go outside
When his request was refused, he stalked out.
当他的要求遭到拒绝时,他愤然走了出去。stalk out of sth
She stalked angrily out of the room.
- stalk angrily 愤怒地走
- stalk dramatically 戏剧性地大踏步向前走
- stalk grimly 坚强地向前走
- stalk majestically 昂首阔步地走
- stalk out 走出来
The roars..ceased, and we knew..[the lions] were stalking for their prey.出自： J. H. Patterson