- n. 锚；锚状物；依靠；新闻节目主播；压阵队员
- v. 抛锚；停泊；用锚系住；担任（广播电视新闻节目）的主持人
- [C]锚 a piece of heavy metal, usually a hook with two arms, at the end of a chain or rope, for lowering into the water to keep a ship from moving
- [C]给人安全感之物〔人〕 a person or thing that provides support and a feeling of safety
- vt. & vi. 抛锚 lower an anchor
- vt. & vi. (把…)系住,(使)固定 (cause to) be fixed firmly
- vt. 担任(电视节目等的)主持人 serve as an anchorperson
a mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving
a central cohesive source of support and stability;
"faith is his anchor"
"the keystone of campaign reform was the ban on soft money"
"he is the linchpin of this firm"
a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute
fix firmly and stably;
"anchor the lamppost in concrete"
secure a vessel with an anchor;
"We anchored at Baltimore"
- The ship dragged its anchor during the night.
- Hope is his only anchor.
- He was then doing the anchor.
- The anchor man in a relay team runs last.
- The ship was anchored off the shore.
- We anchored our boat close to the shore.
- Can you anchor the boat in this storm?
- He anchors a half-hour news show every day.
- They lay at anchor outside the harbor.
- Letters from home were an anchor to him when he worked abroad.
- The ship anchored along the shore.
- The insect anchored fast to its prey.
- His attention anchors on his friend.
- They anchored their ship in the river in a foggy morning.
- We anchored the hammock to the tree.
- I anchored my hope on your help.
- She anchors the top-rated news show.
- cast the anchor 抛锚,下锚
- come to an anchor 停泊
- drop the anchor 抛锚,下锚
- let go the anchor 抛锚,下锚
- pull anchor 起锚
- raise anchor 起锚
- weigh anchor 起锚
- anchor along the shore 沿岸抛锚
- anchor at London 停泊在伦敦港
- anchor by the stern 抛锚停泊
- anchor in a harbor 在港内停泊
- anchor off the coast (船)在海岸外抛锚
- anchor off the shore (船)在海岸外抛锚
- anchor on 固定,确定
It was not possible to anchor the fleet.出自： Southey
An enormous couch on which two young women were buoyed up as though upon an anchored balloon.出自： Scott Fitzgerald
- ☆ 直接源自希腊语的ankura，意为锚。