startled

 
['stɑːtld]     ['stɑːtld]    
  • adj. 震惊的;受惊吓的
  • 动词startle的过去式和过去分词形式.
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startled的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 受惊吓的
  2. 惊诧的,惊愕的
  3. 吃惊的,吓了一跳的
  4. 惊魂未定的
  5. 惊惶失措的
  6. 震惊的
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  1. 动词startle的过去式和过去分词形式
v. (动词)
  1. 震惊

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 震惊的,受惊吓的,惊吓住的 surprised and often slightly frightened

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. excited by sudden surprise or alarm and making a quick involuntary movement;

    "students startled by the teacher's quiet return"
    "the sudden fluttering of the startled pigeons"
    "her startled expression"

startled的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. I was startled to hear his news/by his news.
    我听到他的消息大吃一惊。
  2. The startled animals started out of the bushes.
    受了惊的小动物从灌木丛中窜了出来。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语
  1. She fled as if she were a startled nymph.
    她像一个受惊的仙女逃走了。
  2. The decision turned the startled author into a media event.
    那个决定把受惊的作家变成了新闻焦点人物。
  3. She jumped back like a startled rabbit.
    她像受惊的兔子似的跳了回去。
  4. Squawking, a startled raven swooped into the air.
    一只叫声沙哑的,受惊的大乌鸦飞扑到空中。
  5. The startled animals started out of the bushes.
    受了惊的小动物从灌木丛中窜了出来。
  6. Scarred star starts staring at startled starfish.
    有疤痕的星星开始瞪受惊的海星。
  7. Natalie looked at him with startled, excited eyes.
    娜塔莉以惊吓激动的目光瞧着他。
  8. He had a startled look on his face.
    他一脸吃惊的神情。
  9. A startled look passed over his face.
    他脸上闪过吃惊的表情。
  10. There was a startled look on his face when the flash bulb went off.
    闪光灯灭时,他脸上一副惊愕的表情。
  11. The bird gave a startled squawk.
    鸟发出嘎嘎的惊叫声。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. Aaron looked startled.
    艾伦似乎给惊吓住了。
  2. A crowd of 2000 was startled near the end of the concert.2000
    名观众在音乐会将近结束时大吃一惊。
  3. The girl was startled when the balloon exploded.
    这女孩在气球爆炸时吃了一惊。
  4. He looked startled when his nephew came in.
    他侄子进来时,他显得很吃惊。
  5. He felt startled when he saw the desolation caused by war.
    看到战争造成的荒凉,他感到触目惊心。
  6. Evan was startled, getting to his feet.
    伊万吃了一惊,站了起来。
S+be+~+ prep -phrase
  1. He was startled at a loud noise.
    他被一声巨响吓了一跳。
  2. She was startled at my voice.
    听到我的声音,她吃了一惊。
  3. She was fine and startled at the sight of it.
    她一见它,就大吃一惊。
  4. I was startled at the news.
    那个消息使我大吃一惊。
  5. She was obviously a little startled at this idea.
    她对这个想法显然感到有点儿吃惊。
  6. He was startled at the story being taken seriously.
    这传闻居然被当真使他感到吃惊。
  7. I was so startled at what I saw.
    我被我看到的东西吓了一大跳。
  8. We were startled by the news.
    我们听到这消息大吃一惊。
  9. Willow was startled from her sleep by a shout.
    威柳被一声叫喊惊醒了。
  10. She was startled out of her sleep.
    她从睡梦中惊醒。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. I was startled to hear his news.
    我听到他的消息大吃一惊。
  2. She was startled to see him looking so sad.
    看到他这么悲伤,使她大为吃惊。
S+be+~+that-clause
  1. We were so startled that we did not move a muscle.
    我们吓呆了,站着一动也不动。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 ~+介词

startled的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. startled是由动词startle的过去分词转化而来的形容词,意思是“震惊的,受惊吓的,惊吓住的”。在句中可用作定语,也可用作表语。用作表语时其后可接介词短语和动词不定式,也可接that从句。
  2. startled不用于比较等级。

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