- n. 扳钳，扳手；猛扭；痛苦
- vt. 扭伤；挣脱
- vi. 猛扭；曲解
- vt. & vi. 猛扭,猛拉 twist; pull violently
- vt. 歪曲,曲解 distort (facts, the meaning of a sentence, etc.)
a sharp strain on muscles or ligaments;
"the wrench to his knee occurred as he fell"
"he was sidelined with a hamstring pull"
a jerky pulling movement
a hand tool that is used to hold or twist a nut or bolt
twist or pull violently or suddenly, especially so as to remove (something) from that to which it is attached or from where it originates;
"wrench a window off its hinges"
"wrench oneself free from somebody's grip"
"a deep sigh was wrenched from his chest"
make a sudden twisting motion
twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish;
"Wring one's hand"
twist suddenly so as to sprain;
"wrench one's ankle"
"The wrestler twisted his shoulder"
"the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"
"I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"
- It's hard to get at the spark plug without a proper wrench.
- The knob broke off when he gave it a sudden wrench.
- Leaving home was a terrible wrench for him.
- She couldn't stand the wrench of departure.
- Be careful. Don't wrench yourself.
- She wrenched herself from the villain's clutches.
- I had to wrench the lid off the bottle.
- Throwing a potential wrench in the new discovery, other scientists say they had already identified the species and given it another name.
- All of a sudden her heart wrenched.
- She wrenched her arm badly.
- In the accident she wrenched her neck.
- She wrenched her ankle when she fell down the steps.
- He wrenched the meaning of the word.
- Don't wrench the facts in order to make the report more exciting.
- I wrenched the handle open.
- His hands had been tied behind his back, but he managed to wrench one hand free and untied himself.
- wrench from (v.+prep.)
从…拉出来 pull sth from sth
wrench sth from sth
He wrenched the bag from her hand.
He wrenched an apple from the branch.
- wrench from 从…拉出来
He gave a convulsive wrench of his whole body.出自： W. Golding
We hurtled furiously on, wrenched right and left to avoid collisions.出自： J. Reed