- n. 坟墓；死亡
- adj. 严肃的；严重的；庄重的
- v. 雕刻；铭记；
- [C]坟墓 hole dug in the ground for a dead body
- [S]死亡 death
- (指情况)严重的 (of situations, etc.) needing careful consideration
- 严肃的,庄重的 serious or solemn in manner
death of a person;
"he went to his grave without forgiving me"
"from cradle to grave"
a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone);
"he put flowers on his mother's grave"
a mark (`) placed above a vowel to indicate pronunciation
dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises;
"a grave God-fearing man"
"a quiet sedate nature"
"as sober as a judge"
"a solemn promise"
"the judge was solemn as he pronounced sentence"
causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm;
"a dangerous operation"
"a grave situation"
"a grave illness"
"grievous bodily harm"
"a serious wound"
"a serious turn of events"
"a severe case of pneumonia"
"a life-threatening disease"
of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought;
"faced a grave decision in a time of crisis"
"a grievous fault"
"heavy matters of state"
"the weighty matters to be discussed at the peace conference"
shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it;
"She is sculpting the block of marble into an image of her husband"
carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface;
"engrave a pen"
"engraved the trophy cupt with the winner's"
"the lovers scratched their names into the bark of the tree"
- She laid the bouquet on the newly turfed grave.
- You are just digging your own grave if you go on smoking so heavily.
- His face was grave when I told him my decision.
- The situation poses a grave threat to world peace.
- He announced the news in a grave voice.
- She laid flowers on the grave.
- He weeps over the grave of his brother.
- He drank himself into an early grave.
- This large rain could have grave consequences.
- The situation was grave.
- He looks terribly grave.
- She is grave in manner.
- dig one's own grave
自取灭亡do sth which causes one's own downfall
- from the cradle to the grave
从生到死from birth to death
- have one foot in the grave
离死不远,行将就木be so old or ill that one is not likely to live much longer
- turn in one's grave
死后不得安生of a person who is already dead, likely to be offended or angry
- at the grave 在墓地
- in one's grave 在墓中
- on this side of the grave 在人世间
- over a grave 在墓上
- from cradle to grave 从生到死
- grave of reputations 致使名誉扫地的场所
A skull, torn out of the graves nearby.出自： H. Asquith
The new grave lying by the three short mounds of her little brothers.出自： M. Mitchell
The mountains against the heaven's grave weight Rise up.出自： Wordsworth
Maye the springes off waters be grauen awaye.出自：Bible (Coverdale): Jeremiah
- grave, tomb
- 1.grave指一般的“土墓”; tomb可译为“陵墓”,是坟墓的雅称,指建在地下的墓室,也可是一种带墓碑的建筑,既可安放死者,又可作纪念物。