- n. 锤；榔头
- vi. 锤击；反复敲打
- vt. 锤打；严厉批评
- [C]锤,铁锤 hand tool with a heavy metal head
- vt. & vi. 锤打 hit or beat sth with a hammer or as if with a hammer
- vt. 击败 fight off; beat off
the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled
a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
the ossicle attached to the eardrum
a light drumstick with a rounded head that is used to strike such percussion instruments as chimes, kettledrums, marimbas, glockenspiels, etc.
a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire; used in the hammer throw
a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate
a power tool for drilling rocks
the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows);
"the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard"
"the pounding of feet on the hallway"
beat with or as if with a hammer;
"hammer the metal flat"
create by hammering;
"hammer the silver into a bowl"
"forge a pair of tongues"
- He hit the nail into the wall with a hammer.
- He smashed a hole in the window with a hammer.
- He took a hammer and recessed a hole into the wall.
- He dashed into the porch and began to hammer on the door.
- The teacher has been trying to hammer in the facts.
- The police hammered the door.
- Her latest movie was hammered by the critics.
- The only tools in the house are a hammer and a saw.
- I hammered a picture frame.
- In order to hang the picture, he had to hammer a nail.
- The blacksmith is hammering the red-hot metal.
- We hammer metal with a hammer.
- We hammered a team.
- We hammered it flat.
- The worker hammered the iron flat.
- The machine can hammer metal very thin.
- come under the hammer
被拍卖be sold at auction
- hammer at (v.+prep.)
不断致力于 devote to
- hammer away at (v.+adv.+prep.)
不断地做 work constantly and with great effort
hammer away at sth/v-ing
He hammered away at his speech for 3 hours.
The teacher hammers away at the multiplication tables.
The president hammered away at meeting the increasing need for housing.
- hammer down (v.+adv.)
不断锤击使成形 shape by continuous hammering
- hammer home (v.+adv.)
费尽全力让某人理解 try extremely hard to make sb understand or realize sth
hammer sth ⇔ home
The speaker hammered his point home with examples that the listeners could not deny.
- hammer in (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉反复灌输,不断地努力强调 inculcate or emphasize by continuous hard effort
- hammer into (v.+prep.)
〈非正〉反复灌输 teach sth to sb by forceful repetition
hammer sth into sth
He hammered the nails into the wall.
他把钉子钉进墙壁。hammer sth into sth
The natives used to hammer the metal into arrowheads, using heavy stones.
土著人以前总是用沉重的石头把这种金属锤打成箭头。hammer sth into sb
That teacher is wasting his effort trying to hammer useless facts into such children.
Parents often try to hammer into their children how much they owe them.
I can't hammer anything into his thick head.
- hammer on (v.+prep.)
用力敲打 beat or knock loudly on sth
hammer on sth
Those people next door have been hammering on the walls again.
Two bandits were hammering on the door of the hall.
- hammer out (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉开始演奏,弹奏出 strike up
- hammer accurately 准确地锤打
- hammer adroitly〔professionally〕 熟练地锤打
- hammer boldly 大胆地锤打
- hammer carefully〔cautiously〕 小心地锤打
- hammer decisively 决定性地锤打
- hammer falteringly 犹豫地锤打
- hammer habitually 惯常地锤打
- hammer impetuously 急躁地锤打
- hammer inadvertently 非故意地锤打
- hammer incessantly 持续不断地锤打
- hammer ineffectually 效果不佳地锤打
- hammer insidiously 不知不觉地锤打
- hammer leisurely 悠闲地锤打
- hammer necessarily 有必要地锤打
- hammer occasionally 偶尔地锤打
- hammer patiently 耐心地锤打
- hammer rapidly 急剧地锤打
- hammer repetitiously 反复地锤打
- hammer savagely 野蛮地锤打
- hammer skillfully 灵活地锤打
- hammer spontaneously 自然地锤打
- hammer superhumanly 超出常人能力地锤打
- hammer unhesitatingly 毫不犹豫地锤打
- hammer uniformly 始终如一地锤打
- hammer untiringly 不知疲倦地锤打
- hammer usefully 有效地锤打
- hammer voluntarily 有意地锤打
- hammer in 用锤敲进,猛力冲破(某物)
- hammer in the door 破门而入
- hammer out 锤成,锻造出,弹奏,用力去完成
- hammer out metal 锤金属
- hammer out a plan 经过仔细斟酌制定出计划
- hammer away at 埋头于,连续向…射击,反复讲
- hammer away at the enemy positions 向敌人阵地连续轰击
- hammer away at a pile of work 埋头于一大堆工作
- hammer away at a problem 努力研究某个问题
He was one with..the hammer that sent nails in cleanly at two blows.出自： J. Gardner
The man was hammering a piece of metal, with quick, light blows.出自： D. H. Lawrence
Mark Loram..hammered in a stunning 14th minute goal.出自：Lancashire Evening Telegraph
The pianist began to hammer out a tune on the battered piano.出自： T. C. Wolfe
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的hamor，意为锤。