- n. 突发事件；紧急状态
- adj. 应急的；紧急的；备用的
- [C][U]紧急情况,不测事件,非常时刻 suddenly dangerous or very serious situation needing immediate action
a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action;
"he never knew what to do in an emergency"
a state in which martial law applies;
"the governor declared a state of emergency"
a brake operated by hand; usually operates by mechanical linkage
- She has the ability to keep calm in an emergency.
- We took the emergency in our stride.
- Ring the bell in an emergency.
- The rioting grew worse and the government declared a state of emergency.
- He has made every arrangement to meet any emergency.
- With these incidents, Tang Ying consulted experts from various vocations for measures in emergency.
- There are four emergency exits in the department store.
- An outbreak of fire or an accident is an emergency .
- He has the wit to act quickly and reasonably in an emergency.
- They were asked to give up their holidays on account of the national emergency.
- arise an emergency 发生紧急情况
- create〔declare〕 an emergency 引起〔宣布〕紧急状态
- face〔handle〕 an emergency 应付〔处理〕一次突然事件
- proclaim emergency 宣布紧急状况
- extraordinary emergency 非常紧急的时候
- grave〔serious〕 emergency 严重的非常事件
- national emergency 全国紧急状态
- pressing emergency 刻不容缓的紧急关头
- emergency act 紧急法令
- emergency airport 应急机场
- emergency call 紧急召集,紧急呼叫
- emergency measures 紧急措施
- emergency meeting 紧急会议
- emergency room 急诊室
- emergency treatment 急诊
The distant clanging of an ambulance bell racing to an emergency.出自： J. T. Story