英 ['krɪkɪt] 美 ['krɪkɪt]
- n. 板球；蟋蟀
- vi. 打板球
- [C]蟋蟀 an insect related to the grasshopper,the male of which makes a chirping noise
- [U]板球 an outdoor game played with bats,a ball and wickets,between two sides of eleven each
leaping insect; male makes chirping noises by rubbing the forewings together
a game played with a ball and bat by two teams of 11 players; teams take turns trying to score runs
- A cricket team is comprised of eleven players.
- The cricket match was washed out by rain.
- A cricket in the house is good luck.
- He angrily stomped his cricket after failing the fight.
- I don't find cricket very exciting.
- We played cricket on the grass in the park.
- The chirping of crickets is very loud and clear at the night.
- He failed to hold a catch at cricket.
- He wore his cricket colours last season.
- The cricket team were so short of players that they had to call on the second team.
- A cricket ball is solid；it has no air in it.
- Grace will be numbered among the immortals of cricket.
- His enrollment as a member of the cricket club surprised us very much.
- Jim failed to hold a catch at cricket.
- Most Americans seem totally mystified by cricket.
- The England cricket team scored quite a useful total.
- The professional footballer who also plays cricket is a rare bird nowadays.
- They sat on a grassy bank at the edge of the field watching the game of cricket.
- as lively as a cricket 像蟋蟀一样活泼(愉快)
Mullens had become as cheerful and lively as a cricket.出自： J. G. Holland