- 洞穴，洞， 坑，穴
- 把…放入洞中， 把...赶入洞中
- [C]洞,孔; 窝 an empty space within sth solid; the home of small animal
- [C]破洞,裂口; 漏洞,破绽 a space or opening going through sth; gap; a fault in reasoning
- [C]〈非正〉困境,窘境 a position of difficulty
- [C]球穴 a hollow place in the ground into which the ball must to be hit
- vt. & vi. (在…上)打洞或穿孔 make a hole or holes in
- vt. & vi. (把…)打入球穴 hit (the ball) into a hole
an opening into or through something
an opening deliberately made in or through something
one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course;
"he played 18 holes"
an unoccupied space
a depression hollowed out of solid matter
"he shot holes in my argument"
informal terms for a difficult situation;
"he got into a terrible fix"
"he made a muddle of his marriage"
informal terms for the mouth
hit the ball into the hole
make holes in
- There is a hole in my sock.
- The dog skins through the small hole in the wall.
- He chiseled a hole in the door to fit a new lock.
- The hunters blocked up the hole of the beast.
- He tried hard to pick a hole in what I said, but to no avail.
- He was in a hole with his finances.
- Having lost my money puts me in rather a hole.
- They will hole a tunnel through the mountain.
- She holed out from forty yards.
- I've a hole in my left sock.
- In the steel plate five holes were drilled an inch apart.
- The prisoner escaped through a hole in the wall.
- They found serious holes in his reasoning.
- You've put me in a devil of a hole.
- I'm in a bit of a hole because my mother-in-law is coming for a visit and I've just broken the vase she gave us as a wedding present.
- The old man spent his last years in a hole of a room.
- What a hole that town is!
- The next hole is 100 feet long.
- He wants to hole on the wall.
- He was holing the fence posts to take the crosspieces.
- The golfer holed the ball from a distance of ten feet.
- The boat was holed by a large rock.
- The buildings were holed by shells.
- The ship was holed along the waterline by enemy fire.
- eat holes in
把(某物)蚀了几个洞 (cause to) decay sth into holes
- in a hole
处于困境 in difficulties
- like the Black Hole of Calcutta
又挤又热 very crowded and hot
- make a hole in
大量消耗 use the largest part of
- need like a hole in the head
绝对不需要 not need sth at all
need sth like a hole in the head
I need extra work today like a hole in the head.
They've got a billion dollars in it already.But,I must say, we need it like a hole in the head.
- pick a hole in
〈非正〉挑毛病,找出破绽 find fault or the weak point (in sth)
- square peg in a round hole
不适合于其职位的人 sb who is unsuited to his or her position
- hole through (v.+prep.)
打穿 make a hole through sth
hole sth through sth
They will hole a tunnel through the mountain.
- hole up (v.+adv.)
躲藏起来 hide as a means of escape
This is the cottage where the bandits once holed up.
After the bank robbery, the criminals holed up in a disused factory.
Bears hole up for the winter to go by.
熊蛰伏在穴中过冬。hole sb/sth ⇔ up
The police think the bank robbers are holed up in Chicago.
The plan has been holed up.
- block up a hole 堵塞漏洞
- burn a hole 烧一个洞
- cut a hole 钻孔,凿洞
- dig a hole 挖个坑
- drill a hole 钻孔,钻洞
- eat a hole 蚀一个洞
- fill up a hole 填平洞
- find a hole 找漏洞,发现漏洞
- make a hole in 在…中凿洞
- pick a hole in 在…中找碴儿,吹毛求疵
- pick a hole in sb's coat 找某人的碴儿
- stop a hole 把孔塞住
- tear a hole 撕个口子
- wear into holes 穿破
- centre hole 中心孔
- hole through 打洞穿过
I came to know..the holes and corners, where each of them deposited her eggs.出自： Day Lewis
If you poke your tongue into a hole in..your teeth, the hole feels enormous.出自： Jonathan Miller
Mendoza has seen to it that you have more water holes.出自： B. Emecheta
After the boards have been cut to size, they are holed-out and laced onto the book.出自： E. Diehl
I've got to get him before we get holed by a Russian submarine.出自： Snoo Wilson
- hole的基本意思是指物体中的“开口、穿孔”或“洞穴”。可以是天然的,也可以是人工的; 也可大可小,可深可浅,可穿透也可不穿透。正常的一般译为“洞,洞穴”; 不正常的则是“破洞,裂口,漏洞”。
- hole用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语,可用于被动结构; 用作不及物动词时,多与介词构成短语。
- in a hole, in holes, in the hole
- 这三个短语的意思不尽相同:in a hole的意思是“处于困境”; in holes的意思是“破了”; in the hole的意思是“经济困难,亏空”。例如:
- He is rather in a hole.
- His shoes were in holes.
- Jack was 100 dollars in the hole last month.
- hole, cave, cavity
- 这组词都有“洞”“孔”“穴”的意思。其区别在于:hole指任何物体中的开口、穿孔或洞穴; cave指山洞、洞穴或地窖; cavity是科技术语或专门用语,只指坚硬物体上的洞穴,通常表面有开口可见。例如:
- The men have dug a hole in the road.那些人在路上挖了一个洞。
- The cliff dwellers found that natural caves gave them warmth and protection during the Ice Age.悬岩洞人发现在冰河时代天然的洞穴不仅温暖,还能借以自卫。
- The pleural cavity is a body where the lungs are situated.胸膜腔是人体内肺脏所在的地方。
- hole, den, hollow
- 这组词都有“孔,洞,穴”的意思。其区别在于:hole可指正常的“洞,洞穴”,也可指不正常的“破洞,裂口”; hollow主要指凹地、洼地或任何物体的“凹陷部分”,如洞、穴、坑等; den特指“兽穴”,也指动物园中的“兽笼”,有时也可指“匪窝”等。例如:
- We got into the cellar through a round hole covered by a metalplate.
- 我们从一个有金属盖板的圆洞进入地 下室。
- More gravel is needed to fill the hollow in the driveway.
- The policeman happened to find a den of thieves in the suburb of the city.
- hole, tear
- 这两个词都有“洞”的意思,其区别在于：tear多指织物由于磨损所造成的“裂口”,无深度; 而hole所指的洞多指纵深状的,如树洞,山洞等。
误 There is a hole on the wall, we can get through it.
正 There is a hole in the wall, we can get through it.
析 在表示“…上有个洞”时,用a hole in...,这里的介词in不能改用on。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的hol，意为中空的。