- 刺穿， 戳进
- vt. & vi. 打,击 hit
- vt. 攻击,袭击; 侵袭 attack, especially suddenly; (of disaster, disease, etc.) afflict (sb/sth)
- vt. & vi. 敲响; 报时; 擦出 make or put into action by hitting
- vt. 偶然发现(矿藏等) discover (a material or place)
- vi. 罢工 stop working because of disagreement
- vt. (突然)产生于(某人的)脑海中 occur to sb's mind
- vt. 给…以(深刻)印象 have an effect on; affect with
- vt. 取下; 降低 lower
- [C] 罢工〔课,市〕 a time when no work is done because of disagreement, e.g. over pay or working conditions, etc.
- [C] 袭击,攻击 an attack, especially by aircraft whose bombs hit the place attacked
- [C] 突然发现; 走运 success in finding especially a mineral in the earth
a group's refusal to work in protest against low pay or bad work conditions;
"the strike lasted more than a month before it was settled"
an attack that is intended to seize or inflict damage on or destroy an objective;
"the strike was scheduled to begin at dawn"
a gentle blow
a score in tenpins: knocking down all ten with the first ball;
"he finished with three strikes in the tenth frame"
(baseball) a pitch that the batter swings at and misses, or that the batter hits into foul territory, or that the batter does not swing at but the umpire judges to be in the area over home plate and between the batter's knees and shoulders;
"this pitcher throws more strikes than balls"
a conspicuous success;
"that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career"
"that new Broadway show is a real smasher"
"the party went with a bang"
deliver a sharp blow, as with the hand, fist, or weapon;
"The teacher struck the child"
"the opponent refused to strike"
"The boxer struck the attacker dead"
have an emotional or cognitive impact upon;
"This child impressed me as unusually mature"
"This behavior struck me as odd"
hit against; come into sudden contact with;
"The car hit a tree"
"He struck the table with his elbow"
make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target;
"The Germans struck Poland on Sept. 1, 1939"
"We must strike the enemy's oil fields"
"in the fifth inning, the Giants struck, sending three runners home to win the game 5 to 2"
indicate (a certain time) by striking;
"The clock struck midnight"
"Just when I entered, the clock struck"
affect or afflict suddenly, usually adversely;
"We were hit by really bad weather"
"He was stricken with cancer when he was still a teenager"
"The earthquake struck at midnight"
stop work in order to press demands;
"The auto workers are striking for higher wages"
"The employees walked out when their demand for better benefits was not met"
touch or seem as if touching visually or audibly;
"Light fell on her face"
"The sun shone on the fields"
"The light struck the golden necklace"
"A strange sound struck my ears"
"The horse finally struck a pace"
produce by manipulating keys or strings of musical instruments, also metaphorically;
"The pianist strikes a middle C"
"strike `z' on the keyboard"
"her comments struck a sour note"
cause to form (an electric arc) between electrodes of an arc lamp;
"strike an arc"
"the archeologists chanced upon an old tomb"
"she struck a goldmine"
"The hikers finally struck the main path to the lake"
produce by ignition or a blow;
"strike fire from the flintstone"
"strike a match"
remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line;
"Please strike this remark from the record"
"scratch that remark"
cause to experience suddenly;
"Panic struck me"
"An interesting idea hit her"
"A thought came to me"
"The thought struck terror in our minds"
"They were struck with fear"
drive something violently into a location;
"he hit his fist on the table"
"she struck her head on the low ceiling"
occupy or take on;
"He assumes the lotus position"
"She took her seat on the stage"
"We took our seats in the orchestra"
"She took up her position behind the tree"
"strike a pose"
form by stamping, punching, or printing;
"strike a medal"
smooth with a strickle;
"strickle the grain in the measure"
pierce with force;
"The bullet struck her thigh"
"The icy wind struck through our coats"
arrive at after reckoning, deliberating, and weighing;
"strike a balance"
"strike a bargain"
- The dockers are coming out on strike for higher wages.
- The coalminers have been out on strike for several weeks now.
- The strike has delivered a heavy blow to the management.
- His spirits sagged after that strike.
- Next, the local press carried an order by the city's garrison commander forbidding soldiers to strike students.
- He offered to strike the boy with his cane.
- He struck the man a blow at the chin.
- Be careful not to strike your head against the mantel.
- His words incited them to strike.
- I am sure the bus drivers will strike.
- The girl struck a match to light a cigarette.
- Strike while the iron is hot.
- The lightning struck again.
- My heart struck heavily when it was my turn to answer the questions.
- I didn't hear the clock strike.
- These damp matches won't strike.
- Davy, we are going to strike.
- What's more, lots of teachers have struck too.
- The children struck in all the schools there.
- Who struck the first blow?
- Why did you strike him?
- In all our travelling, we never saw an adult strike a child.
- He apologized to Martin for striking him.
- Bells don't ring till you strike them.
- I left immediately the clock struck twelve.
- The huge clock of the Customs House strikes the hours.
- He struck the table angrily.
- The ship struck a rock and started to sink.
- He struck the ball beautifully.
- They struck the enemy in the rear.
- Our troops struck the enemy camp at night.
- The fighter-bombers returned safely after striking their targets.
- The blight struck the crop.
- A hurricane struck the city.
- Don't strike a match if you smell gas.
- The Royal Mint will strike a commemorative gold coin.
- As I watched them, an idea struck me.
- Suddenly a happy thought struck her.
- The first thing that struck me was the numerous charts that covered the walls.
- A thing that struck me was the great number of bicycles on the streets.
- It was obvious that his speech was striking a chord among the group.
- The suggestion at once struck a younger worker.
- We submitted a request that more lights (should) be installed on our street.
- The negotiators failed to strike a compromise.
- He was reluctant to strike such an undignified pose before his girlfriend.
- After tramping for miles through the forest, we finally struck the road.
- The gardener struck some cuttings.
- He was struck by a lightning.
- The boat was struck by a torpedo and sank.
- Even in the summertime we might be struck by blizzards.
- The government decided that a one-pound coin should be struck.
- I was immediately struck by the idea.
- I was very much struck by London.
- Everyone was struck by their readiness to pass on all they knew.
- Visitors to Beijing are usually struck by the great number of trees in the city.
- I was particularly struck by a group of teen-age girls going through their basic skills.
- It strikes me that Cage is a good girl.
- It suddenly struck me that we ought to make a new plan.
- He struck the boy a violent blow.
- She struck her opponent a tremendous blow on the jaw.
- He strikes me as a conscientious man.
- She strikes me as a haughty girl.
- It struck me as the production of a professional writer.
- He struck the fly dead at one blow.
- The thunderous explosion struck a few deaf.
- The news of his financial losses struck him dumb.
- The plan strikes me as ridiculous.
- The proposal struck me as unrealistic.
- The request struck them as rather queer.
- There is something in their minds which strikes one as not quite right.
- At the time, this did not strike me as odd.
- Their conversation struck him as rather commonplace.
- We were struck dumb by her sudden outburst of anger.
- He struck me as being a fool.
- He strikes one as being somewhat lacking in humour.
- This activity strikes me as wasting time.
- Take another striking example.
- These are striking proofs of this truth.
- These two brigades formed a striking contrast.
- A strike has shut down several car factories.
- The strike has been called off.
- The strike didn't end until it was settled.
- They will call a strike if they don't get more money.
- The union has ordered its members to work to rule, rather than call a total strike.
- The threatened action by miners may set off sympathy strikes by transport workers.
- There was a strike.No public transport was running.
- Altogether 1800 runs by trains and electric trains were brought to a halt by the strike.
- They are taking strike action.
- They made an air strike on the enemy's position.
- The footballer took a strike at the goal.
- There was a gold strike here many years ago.
- They made a lucky strike.
- strike against (v.+prep.)
为反对…而罢工 refuse to work to express opposition to sth
strike against sth
My arm accidentally struck against the table.
The child's head struck against the wall.
孩子的头撞在墙上。strike sth against sth
He struck his head against the doorpost and fell to the ground in a faint.
他的头撞到了门框上,倒在地上晕了过去。strike against sth
The women have threatened to strike against unequal pay.
They decided to strike against the dismissal of a colleague.
The workers struck against the company for better working conditions.
- strike at (v.+prep.)
打击(某人、物) try to hit or aim a blow at sb/sth
strike at sb/sth
He struck at me repeatedly with a stick.
They struck at the enemy from every conceivable angle.
We struck at several of his units simultaneously.
She found a chance to strike at Cage.
We avoided the enemy's main forces and struck at his weak spots.
We must go deeper and strike at the roots of the trouble.
Many of the newspapers struck at the government's latest plan.
许多家报纸攻击政府的最新计划。strike blows at sth
They have struck heavy blows at the new-colonialists.
The Taiping revolution gave history a great push forward by striking blows at the imperialist and feudal forces.
- strike back (v.+adv.)
反击,回击 hit back
As he grows older he begins to strike back.
When he attacked me, naturally I struck back.
They were ordered to strike back.
- strike down (v.+adv.)
袭击; 击毙 attack; kill常用于 be ～ed 结构
- strike in (v.+adv.)
“I know where she was!”He struck in.
- strike off (v.+adv.)
印刷 print用于 be ～ed 结构
- strike on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
偶然想起; 偶然得到 think of sth suddenly
strike sb on〔upon〕 sth
She struck him on the nose.
He struck John on the shoulder.
他击中约翰的肩头。strike on〔upon〕 sth
He said he struck on the book in a secondhand bookstore.
I struck on the idea when at work yesterday.
I've just struck on something which might be of use to us.
He struck upon the solution quite by accident.
At this sight, he struck upon a happy idea .
- strike out (v.+adv.)
After working as an employee for many years,Bill suddenly decided to strike out and open his own shop.
Smith refused to live the tame easy life that he could have lived but struck out for himself.
史密斯不愿过那种循规蹈矩、安逸舒适的生活而自己奋斗去了。strike out on sth
He decided to strike out on his own.
He quit his job and struck out on his own as a publisher.
He struck out for the shore.
Without hesitation, he struck out towards the beach.
He fell overboard and struck out towards the shore.
The explorers struck out for the desert.
He decided to leave the path and strike out across the grass.
The man lost his temper and struck out wildly.
If the animal feels trapped, he will strike out wildly.
He's a man who strikes out with his fists whenever he's angry.
他这个人一发怒就会挥拳打人。strike sth ⇔ out
Strike out the old address and write in the new one.
He took a pen and struck out two paragraphs from his essay.
Strike out the questions which do not apply to you.
删除那些对你们不适用的问题。strike sth ⇔ out
He struck out a plan for himself for the next year.
- strike through1 (v.+adv.)
删去 remove sth
strike sth through
If there are any words you think not right, just strike them through.
- strike through2 (v.+prep.)
划破; 照亮 bright
strike through sth
The light strikes through the darkness.
- strike up (v.+adv.)
开始(交谈); 建立起(友谊等) start to make a conversation, friendship, etc.
The band struck up when the guests of honour entered the hall.
当贵宾步入大厅时,乐队奏起了乐曲。strike sth ⇔ up
The orchestra struck up the National Anthem.
As the actors began putting on their makeup, the band struck up a tune.
The musicians struck up the wedding march.
乐师们奏起了婚礼进行曲。strike up sth
He struck up a lively conversation with his fellow passengers on the train.
Ordering a cup of tea,I struck up a conversation with the manager.
He'd strike up conversations with people to hear them speak in the local accent.
Alice and I struck up a friendship immediately.
They struck up a friendship on their tour of Guangxi.
It's easy to strike up a friendship with people you meet on holiday.
I struck up an acquaintance with him while on my trip to Sichuan.
I'd first struck up an acquaintance with him while waiting for a train.
It did not take her long to strike up acquaintances in her new school.
- strike with (v.+prep.)
为…所触动,被…所迷住 feel the effect of (a strong feeling)
strike sb/sth with sth
She struck me with her open hand.
He was striking his dog with his whip.
It's not easy to strike the ball with such a narrow piece of wood.
用这么个窄木条打球是不容易的。strike sb with sth
Cage was struck with pneumonia in her youth.
Her brother was struck with heart disease when he was thirty.
她哥哥30岁时得过心脏病。strike sb/sth with sb/sth
I was struck with wonder as I saw the train for the first time.
Mary was greatly struck with the film star.
- be〔go〕 on strike
在〔开始〕罢工〔课〕 be engaged in〔start〕 an industrial or students' strike, etc.
- come〔go〕 out on strike
举行罢工 be engaged in〔start〕 an industrial strike
- strike a child 打小孩
- strike a coin 铸一枚硬币
- strike a light 打火取亮
- strike a match 擦着火柴
- strike a medal 铸一枚奖章
- strike a tree 撞到树上
- strike an average 平均起来,折中
- strike an enemy soldier 打敌军士兵
- strike an iceberg 撞上冰山
- strike midnight 午夜的钟声响了
- strike noon 中午的钟声响了
- strike one's opponent 打击对手
- strike one's wife 打老婆
- strike ten 钟敲十点
- strike the cuttings 栽下剪下的枝条
- strike the right path 走上了正确的道路
- strike the road 沿大道走去
- strike the table 击打桌子
- strike the wall 击打墙
- strike aimlessly 无目的地打
- strike ardently 强烈地冲击
- strike barbarously 无礼地敲击
- strike boldly 大胆划去
- strike brutally 狠狠地敲击
- strike characteristically 具有特色地敲击
- strike continuously 不停地敲击
- strike criminally 错误地划去
- strike decisively 决定性地敲击
- strike determinedly 坚决地划去
- strike energetically 充满活力地打击
- strike feebly 无力地打击
- strike fiercely 猛烈地打击
- strike firmly 坚定地打击
- strike forcibly 强有力地打击
- strike furiously 剧烈打击
- strike harshly 严厉地打击
- strike heavily 重重地打击
- strike impetuously 急躁地打击
- strike incessantly 持续不断地打击
- strike insidiously 不知不觉地打击
- strike instinctively 凭直觉敲击
- strike intermittently 断断续续地冲击
- strike mysteriously 神秘地打击
- strike nervously 心神不宁地打击
- strike obliquely 间接性地打击
- strike prematurely 过早地打击
- strike rapidly 迅速敲击
- strike regularly 正常遇到
- strike rhythmically 有节奏地敲击
- strike ridiculously 荒唐可笑地敲击
- strike ruthlessly 无情地打击
- strike satirically 讽刺性地敲击
- strike savagely 野蛮地打击
- strike scathingly 不留情地打击
- strike significantly 大大地冲击
- strike simultaneously 同时铸造
- strike spontaneously 自然地敲击
- strike unexpectedly 意外地想起
- strike unscrupulously 肆无忌惮地打击
- strike vehemently 激烈地打击
- strike verbally 口头地打击
- strike vigorously 精力充沛地发现
- strike virulently 恶毒地打击
- strike back 进行反击
- strike back at 向…挥拳打回去
- strike down 打倒,使病倒,杀死,划掉,取消
- strike home 击中要害,触及痛处
- strike in 插话
- strike off 砍掉,删去,扣除,除(名)
- strike off sb's head 砍掉某人的头
- strike out 打出,划掉,删去,想出
- strike out a line for oneself 独树一帜
- strike out a plan 订出一个计划
- strike up 开始,结交,相识
- strike up a conversation 开始谈话
- strike up an old tune 重弹老调
- strike up friendship between nations 建立国家之间的友谊
- strike out at sb 狠揍某人
- strike out for 开始向…方向前进
- strike out on one's own 自谋生路,展开新活动
- strike out with sb 失宠于某人
- strike up with sb 偶然碰到某人
- strike against 撞在…上,反对…而罢工
- strike against a stove 撞在炉子上
- strike against the wall 撞在墙上
- strike sb as silly 使某人感到愚蠢
- strike at 向…袭击,扑向
- strike at peaceful villages 袭击和平村庄
- strike at sb with a stick 用棍子打某人
- strike at the root of the evil 根绝邪恶
- strike for 为…而罢工
- strike for higher pay 举行罢工要求提高工资
- strike sb in the face 打某人的脸
- strike into 打进,刺入,使害怕
- strike into the woods 进入树林
- strike on 打在…上,突然获得
- strike on an idea 突然想起一个主意
- strike on the door 敲门
- strike through 删去,冲破
- strike through the heavy fog 冲破浓雾
- strike through the sentence 删去这个句子
- avert a strike 防止罢工
- break (up) a strike 破坏罢工
- call a strike 号召举行罢工
- come out on strike 举行〔开始〕罢工
- go on strike 举行〔开始〕罢工
- set off a strike 引起罢工
- take a strike 举行罢工
- general strike 大罢工
- industrial strike 工业部门的罢工
- lucky strike 好运气
- retaliatory strike 报复性打击
- unofficial strike 非正式罢工
- the strike of a hawk on its prey 鹰向猎物之猛扑
Rather than the usual dog fighting, F19 goes for the silent strike.出自：CU Amiga
Impatient, she strikes straight down the steps to the..promenade.出自： M. Gee
- 表示“敲击某人身体的某部位”或引申指“(灯光)照到脸〔身〕上”时,要用strike sb on〔in〕 the...结构。
- strike作“罢工”解时用作不及物动词,与介词for搭配表示“为…而罢工”,与 against 搭配表示“为反对…而罢工”。
- A struck B表示“A打B一下”，而A struck at B表示“A做出打B的动作”，不一定打到B；
- 英美人都用on strike来表示“罢工”，但美国人更习惯说on a strike。
- strike, beat, buffet, hit, knock
- We were buffeting a storm.
- The fall knocked me senseless.
- The child's head struck against the door.
- 2.buffet表示连续猛击; beat指用棍、棒等连续击打; hit指对准某一目标去“打”; strike指徒手或持物一次性地打击。例如:
- The waves buffeted the shore.
- The missile hit the carrier but only dented the hull.
- 这枚导弹击中了航空母舰,但只是把 舰体打凹了。
- His fist struck home.
- 3.hit引申为“攻击”“抨击”“受打击”,也可以指精神上或感情上的“打击”; beat可指在游戏、竞赛或战争中击败对方,用作不及物动词时,可指心脏或脉搏的“跳动”; 而strike则可以用于时钟敲响。例如:
- The reviewers hit his novel severely.
- This clock strikes on the hour.
- be on strike, go (out) on strike
- 这两个短语的意义有所差别,用法也有所区别：前者通常译为“在罢工”,指一种状态,可与表示一段时间的状语连用; 后者往往译为“开始〔举行〕罢工”,强调一个动作的发生,不与表示一段时间的状语连用。例如:
- ［误］ The workers have went on strike for two weeks.
- ［正］ The workers have been on strike for two weeks.
误 She stuck me on my head.
正 She stuck me on the head.
析 表示“打中某人某部位”一般用“strike sb on〔in〕+某部位”的结构。他划火柴点烟。
误 He stuck a match for smoking.
正 He stuck a match to smoke.
析 一般用动词不定式来表示一次性具体的目的,而不用“for+ v -ing”结构。钟在敲八点。
误 The clock is striking at eight.
正 The clock is striking eight.
析 表示“钟敲…点时”, strike用作及物动词,后面直接接钟点数作宾语,而不必加介词at。我觉得我们在那儿确实学到很多东西。
误 It struck to me that we had really learnt a great deal there.
正 It struck me that we had really learnt a great deal there.
误 It was reported in the newspaper that the workers were still on the strike.
正 It was reported in the newspaper that the workers were still on strike.店员开始罢工,要求增加工资。
误 The shopmen went on the strike for higher pay.
正 The shopmen went on strike for higher pay.
析 be〔go〕 on strike表示“在〔举行〕罢工”,是固定用法, strike前没有定冠词the。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的strican，意为掠过。
- sway n.