grafted

  常用词汇  
[ɡrɑːft]     [ɡræft]    
  • n. 嫁接;移植;<美>贪污;<英>努力
  • v. 嫁接;移植;<美>贪污;<英>努力
grafted grafted grafting grafts
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graft的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 嫁接,接穗,接枝
  2. 贪污,受贿
  3. 结合
  4. 嫁接用的嫩枝
  5. 嫁接过程
  6. 【医】移植物,移植片
  7. <美>用不正当手法谋取的钱财,赃品
  8. 嫁接植物
  9. 嫁接法
  10. 一铲可以挖起的土的深度
  11. 【医】移植
  12. 弯口铁铲
  13. 移植的皮肤
v. (动词)
  1. 将…嫁接(于),给…接枝
  2. 用嫁接法培育(植物、树等)
  3. 使成为(…的一部份),使结合,连接,接合
  4. 【医】移植(皮、肉)
  5. <美>用不正当手法谋取(钱财),贪污
  6. <农>移植,接枝,嫁接
  7. 接受嫁接
  8. <英俚>卖力地工作,努力工作

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]接穗,嫁接 a piece cut from a living plant and fixed in a cut made in another plant,to form a new growth
  2. [C]移植的皮肤或骨胳等;移植 a piece of skin,bone,etc. removed from a living body and attached to another body or another part of the same body,usually to replace unhealthy or damaged tissue;process or result of doing this
  3. [U]艰巨的工作 hard work
  4. [U]行贿,受贿,贪污 use of illegal or unfair means (especially bribery) to gain an advantage in business,politics,etc.
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 移植,嫁接 attach sth as a graft

英英释义

Noun:
  1. (surgery) tissue or organ transplanted from a donor to a recipient; in some cases the patient can be both donor and recipient

  2. the practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage

  3. the act of grafting something onto something else

Verb:
  1. cause to grow together parts from different plants;

    "graft the cherry tree branch onto the plum tree"

  2. place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient

graft的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. It is the graft of the pointed upon the round arch.
    这是尖拱式样嫁接于开阔穹窿的一种风格。
  2. He had a skin graft on the burnt leg.
    他烧伤的腿上做了皮肤移植。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. The gardener could graft as many as twenty cuttings an hour on to briar stems.
    这位园丁每小时可以嫁接多达20根枝条到石南茎上去。
  2. No one has been able to graft together trees belonging to quite distant families.
    没人可以把种族差别很远的两种树嫁接到一起去。
  3. New skin had to be grafted on.
    需要移植新皮肤。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Her severe burns were treated with skin grafts.
    她的严重烧伤用植皮方法进行治疗。
  2. It's hard graft carrying stones.
    搬运石头是件苦差事。
  3. He rose to power through graft and corruption.
    他靠贪污受贿掌了权。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+ ~+n./pron.
  1. They grafted a piece of skin from his thigh onto his badly burnt face.
    他们从他的大腿上切了一块皮肤,移植到他严重烧伤的脸上。
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  3. Are these plants grafted or grown from seed?
    这些苗木是嫁接的还是由种子长成的?

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
形容词+~ 名词+~

经典引文

  • Twenty-six bob for a day's graft.

    出自: F. S. Anthony
  • When it comes to the hard graft they're not so keen.

    出自: M. Duffy
  • The excesses of the last regime,..its graft, oppression and corrupt government.

    出自: C. Achebe
  • A business agent who takes graft from him.

    出自: S. Bellow
  • The Spaniards in Mexico actually grafted European vines on to native vine stocks, as a protection against phylloxera.

    出自: P. V. Price
  • My father was a miner, hard-working...He grafted.

    出自:Radio Times
  • They make their living, such as it is, by grafting.

    出自: J. Flynt
  • The bosses grafted off the men, and they grafted off each other.

    出自: U. Sinclair

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v.(动词)
  • grafter n. 嫁接者,移植者;贪污者,受贿者‖grafting n. 嫁接法,移植法

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