- [U][C]薄雾 thin fog
- [S](眼睛的)蒙眬 dimness or blurring of the sight
- vi. & vt. (使)蒙上薄雾,(使)模糊 cover with mist
a thin fog with condensation near the ground
become covered with mist;
"The windshield misted over"
make less visible or unclear;
"The stars are obscured by the clouds"
"the big elm tree obscures our view of the valley"
spray finely or cover with mist
- A mist of perfume hung in the air.
- Everything was covered in mist.
- She could hardly recognize her son through the mist of tears that filled her eyes.
- I turn from my work and my eyes fill with the mist.
- Our breath is misting up the car windows.
- Humidity would mist his glasses and slick his bald head with sweat.
- When I drink tea, my glasses mist over.
- But when he wakes, hours later, the dream has turned to mist.
- The hills were shrouded in mist.
- There was a mist in the wood.
- The mountain top was covered in frost mists.
- The origin of the custom is lost in the mists of time.
- She saw his face through a mist of tears.
- It isn't raining, it's only misting.
- He shook her hand, his eyes misting a little.
- Tears misted her eyes.
- The railway carriage became so hot that air misted the windows.
The mist from his breath obscured the pane.出自： G. Greene
Often the view was blurred by a slight mist, for the weather was generally damp.出自： H. Carpenter
Fluctuations in temperature..make polish mist over.出自： E. Bowen
The room misted like a steam bath.出自： B. Moore
'Oh, Simon', she said, her eyes misting with tears.出自： T. Heald