nightmare

  常用词汇  
['naɪtˌmeə]     ['naɪtˌmeə]    
  • n. 恶梦;使人极其痛苦的事情或经历;梦魇
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nightmare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. 梦魇
  2. 恶梦
  3. 噩梦
  4. 梦魇般的经历
  5. 恐怖的事
  6. 泛滥成灾
  7. 紧张
  8. 可怕的经历
  9. 难以处理之事
  10. 可怕的经验
  11. 旧指睡魔(睡梦中使人梦魇的魔女)
  12. 象恶梦似的人
  13. 使人极其痛苦的事情或经历

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]噩梦 frightening dream
  2. [C]〈口〉可怕的事情,无法摆脱的恐惧 very frightening or unpleasant experience

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a situation resembling a terrifying dream

  2. a terrifying or deeply upsetting dream

nightmare的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The nightmare gave her the creeps.
    那场恶梦使她不寒而栗。
  2. Will I wake up from this nightmare?
    我会从这个恶梦中醒来吗?
  3. The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare.
    大屠杀幸存者经历了一场噩梦。
  4. Losing a child is most people's worst nightmare.
    对于大多数人来说,丧子之痛是最可怕的梦魇。
  5. They are charged with the horror of nightmare.
    他们充满了恶梦的恐怖。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. I had a nightmare about being drowned in a lake.
    我做了个在湖里淹死的噩梦。
  2. Living in such a dirty and noisy place was a nightmare.
    住在如此又吵又脏的地方真是一场噩梦。
  3. He often dreams nightmares.
    他经常做噩梦。
  4. The hurricane was a long nightmare.
    这次飓风令人担惊受怕了很久。

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经典引文

  • King Arthur panted hard Like one that feels a nightmare on his bed.

    出自: Tennyson
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