- 被俘的,被捕获的 held as a prisoner; unable to escape
- [C]战俘,俘虏 a person held as a prisoner, especially in war
a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
an animal that is confined
a person held in the grip of a strong emotion or passion
being in captivity
giving or marked by complete attention to;
"that engrossed look or rapt delight"
"then wrapped in dreams"
"so intent on this fantastic...narrative that she hardly stirred"
"rapt with wonder"
"wrapped in thought"
- The captive was whooped and jeered.
- We were held captive for three months.
- If a hero is of any importance, Homer also mentions the captive girl with whom he shares his tent and his bed.
- With full knowledge that the experiments were conducted on captive humans, the U.S. recruited the doctors to work for them.
- The rock star had a captive audience.
- We held the enemy captive.
- The captives are wearing chains.
- He was a captive to her charms.
- lifelong captive 终身被监禁的人
- captive to one's charms 被某人的美色迷住
He would bring back the whole Spartan force captive within twenty days.出自： R. Graves
A wife..whose words all ears took captive.出自：All's Well , Shakespeare
- captive, prisoner
- 这两个词的共同意思是“囚犯”。prisoner意指“犯人”,多指因各种刑事犯罪被判刑的人; captive意指“俘虏”,指在战争中被抓获的军人。