- n. 自助餐；饮食柜台；打击
- vt. 连续猛击；打击
- 一巴掌， 一拳，一击
- vt. 反复敲打，连续猛击 strike forcefully or repeatedly
- [C](火车站的)饮食柜台，(火车的)餐车,自助餐 (a place,especially a long table,where one can get) a meal consisting usually of cold food which people serve for themselves and eat standing up or sitting down near by
a piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers
a meal set out on a buffet at which guests help themselves
usually inexpensive bar
strike against forcefully;
"Winds buffeted the tent"
strike, beat repeatedly;
"The wind buffeted him"
- We serve buffet during lunchtime only.
- We had a buffet supper last evening.
- In the corner of the room there was a small buffet.
- There was a caterers' buffet stretching all around the dining room.
- All life's buffet shall be met with dignity and good sense.
- Strong winds buffet the ship from time to time.
- The ship buffeted through the big waves.
- Flowers are buffeted by the rain and wind.
- We were buffeted by the wind and the rain.
- The buffet is situated in the centre of the train.
- Are you having a sit-down meal or a buffet at the wedding?
- buffet about (v.+adv.)
把…推来推去knock or push sb/sth roughly from side to side
buffet sb/sth ⇔ about
We were buffeted about during the rough boat trip.
Mr. Walker gave him a buffet in the ribs with his fist.出自： A. P. Herbert
Calamities go on having a buffet at us.出自： S. T. Warner
As the crowd pressed past him, he was buffeted mercilessly from side to side.出自： O. Manning
The train, buffeted by wind, was swaying over the steel lattice of a bridge.出自： B. Bainbridge
- buffet, beat, hit, knock, strike
- 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.