- n. 埋伏；伏兵
- v. 埋伏；伏击
the act of concealing yourself and lying in wait to attack by surprise
wait in hiding to attack
hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushing
- He suspected an ambush.
- They laid an ambush for the enemy patrol.
- The ambush was a dozen well-armed men.
- If we go in after them, they can ambush us easily.
- The soldiers were arrayed on the hill to ambush the Japanese army.
Once did I lay an ambush for your life.出自：Richard II , Shakespeare
He that perishes in the ambushes of envy.出自： S. Johnson
These flowers..hummed all day with ambushes of bees and wasps.出自： Day Lewis
An American congressman..had been shot and killed in an ambush at a remote jungle airstrip.出自： S. Naipaul
The ambushed soldier must not fire his musket.出自： Coleridge
To ambush us in greenwood bough.出自： refl.