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bucked是什么意思_bucked的用法

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bucked是buck的过去分词

buck

美 [bʌk] 英 [bʌk]
  • n.巴克;〈英〉捕鳝鱼的竹笼;(运货马车的)车身;门框
  • v.〈美口〉(山羊等用头,角)抵;猛烈反抗;突破(困难等)
  • adj.雄的;〈美俚〉男的;〈美俚〉某一军衔等级中最低一级的
  • adv.〈方〉完全
  • 网络快;快乐的;累的
过去分词:bucked  现在分词:bucking  第三人称单数:bucks  
  • adj.
  • lowly,lowest,low-grade
  • v.
  • jump,rear,kick,resist,oppose
  • n.
  • responsibility,blame,liability,dollar,money
  • 1.

    巴克〔姓氏〕

    2.

    雄鹿;公羊;公兔;雄鱼

    3.

    〔南非〕羚羊;〔美国〕公羊毛

    4.

    〔美,澳俚〕元

    5.

    纨袴子,花花公子;横冲直撞的年轻人

    6.

    用碱水浸洗过的衣服

    7.

    〔英国〕捕鳝鱼的竹笼

    8.

    (运货马车的)车身,车架;门框;〔美国〕锯木架

    9.

    洗衣碱水起泡肥皂水

    10.

    【体育】鞍马

    1.

    巴克〔姓氏〕

    2.

    雄鹿;公羊;公兔;雄鱼

    3.

    〔南非〕羚羊;〔美国〕公羊毛

    4.

    〔美,澳俚〕元

    5.

    纨袴子,花花公子;横冲直撞的年轻人

    6.

    用碱水浸洗过的衣服

    7.

    〔英国〕捕鳝鱼的竹笼

    8.

    (运货马车的)车身,车架;门框;〔美国〕锯木架

    9.

    洗衣碱水起泡肥皂水

    10.

    【体育】鞍马

    1.

    〔美国〕传递;把(问题)推给(别人)

    2.

    (孤注一掷地)赌

    3.

    猛烈反抗,反对;突破(困难等)

    4.

    (马)猛然弓背跳起

    5.

    (马)拱背猛跳使(骑者)摔下

    6.

    用碱水[肥皂水]浸[洗]衣服

    7.

    〔美口〕(山羊等用头、角)抵,撞

    8.

    〔美口〕(羊等)抵;撞过去,冲过去;(机器)颤动,(车等)颠簸,猛然开动

    9.

    (足球队员)带球冲入(敌阵)

    10.

    撞顶

    1.

    〔美国〕传递;把(问题)推给(别人)

    2.

    (孤注一掷地)赌

    3.

    猛烈反抗,反对;突破(困难等)

    4.

    (马)猛然弓背跳起

    5.

    (马)拱背猛跳使(骑者)摔下

    6.

    用碱水[肥皂水]浸[洗]衣服

    7.

    〔美口〕(山羊等用头、角)抵,撞

    8.

    〔美口〕(羊等)抵;撞过去,冲过去;(机器)颤动,(车等)颠簸,猛然开动

    9.

    (足球队员)带球冲入(敌阵)

    10.

    撞顶

    1.

    公羊;雄鹿的

    2.

    雄的;〔美俚〕男的

    3.

    〔美俚〕某一军衔等级中最低一级的

    1.

    〔方言〕完全

    1.

    赛珍珠(Pearl,1892-,本姓Sydenstricker,美国女小说家,曾获1938年诺贝尔文学奖)

    1.

    a counter or marker formerly used in poker and passed from one player to another to indicate some obligation, especially somebody's turn to deal

    2.

    the movement or action of bucking

    3.

    a male animal of some species, including the antelope, deer, goat, kangaroo, and rabbit

    4.

    an antelope or deer of either sex

    5.

    an object made of buckskin, e.g. a shoe

    6.

    a man, especially a strong, virile, impetuous, or spirited young man

    7.

    a young man who takes elaborate care to be neat and stylish

    8.

    a United States, Canadian, Australian, or New Zealand dollar

    9.

    a covered block used as a vaulting horse

    10.

    a specified or unspecified amount of money

    1.

    a counter or marker formerly used in poker and passed from one player to another to indicate some obligation, especially somebody's turn to deal

    2.

    the movement or action of bucking

    3.

    a male animal of some species, including the antelope, deer, goat, kangaroo, and rabbit

    4.

    an antelope or deer of either sex

    5.

    an object made of buckskin, e.g. a shoe

    6.

    a man, especially a strong, virile, impetuous, or spirited young man

    7.

    a young man who takes elaborate care to be neat and stylish

    8.

    a United States, Canadian, Australian, or New Zealand dollar

    9.

    a covered block used as a vaulting horse

    10.

    a specified or unspecified amount of money

    1.

    to jump or rear upward with the back arched and the legs stiff

    2.

    to throw a rider by rearing or jumping upward on the hind legs or forelegs

    3.

    to move in a jerky or erratic manner

    4.

    to oppose or resist something obstinately

    5.

    to use grit and determination in striving for something, typically over the long term

    6.

    to take a risk against something

    7.

    to charge against somebody or something with the head lowered

    8.

    to raise somebody's spirits or hopes

    9.

    if an animal such as a horse bucks, it kicks its back legs in the air or jumps off the ground in an uncontrolled way

    10.

    (of a horse)jump up with the four feet together and the back arched

    1.

    to jump or rear upward with the back arched and the legs stiff

    2.

    to throw a rider by rearing or jumping upward on the hind legs or forelegs

    3.

    to move in a jerky or erratic manner

    4.

    to oppose or resist something obstinately

    5.

    to use grit and determination in striving for something, typically over the long term

    6.

    to take a risk against something

    7.

    to charge against somebody or something with the head lowered

    8.

    to raise somebody's spirits or hopes

    9.

    if an animal such as a horse bucks, it kicks its back legs in the air or jumps off the ground in an uncontrolled way

    10.

    (of a horse)jump up with the four feet together and the back arched

    1.

    of the lowest grade within a particular military category

    语法用例

    例句1:

    The front and side walls were bucked inward several inches, and the door in the front was broken off.

    屋前以及两侧墙壁向内凹进数寸,前门被刮掉。

    例句2:

    Once the kids have been bucked off, the game generally dissolves into a raucous bout of wrestling and tickling.

    一旦孩子们突然跳下来,游戏立刻完全变成了一场喧闹的摔跤和相互瘙痒。

    例句3:

    China's stockmarkets bucked the trend by reaching their highest levels for a year.

    中国股市逆势达到一年最高水平。

    例句4:

    He was an older gentleman, he had a short afro, bucked, crooked teeth and his clothes were rumpled.

    他打扮成一个年岁比他大的人,留着非洲式短发,长着突出并且歪曲的牙齿,穿着褶皱的衣服。

    例句5:

    On game day, Santa Rainbow got off to a rough start in the reindeer riding contest. The mechanical beast bucked him off in a few seconds.

    运动会开始后,何永亮开局不利,在骑驯鹿比赛中遇到麻烦。几秒钟后,他就被机械驯鹿摔到了地上。

    例句6:

    Besides, the bucked scoop structure has sphere outer surface, which is hard to hurt the tissues in eyes and is safer.

    另外,勺形结构扣合后为球体形外表面,手术时不易伤及眼内组织,比较安全。

    例句7:

    His horse bucked and threw McNeal near the bear. The bear raised itself up to attack.

    他的马儿猛然跃起,把麦尼尔扔在灰熊附近,灰熊抬起身躯,准备攻击。

    例句8:

    The American currency has at least bucked the downtrend (see chart).

    美国的通货终于止住了下降趋势(见图)。

    例句9:

    So far Canada has largely bucked the trend that has seen hiring levels worldwide plummet this year, especially in the financial sector.

    今年,全球范围内的招聘水平急剧下降。但迄今为止,加拿大在很大程度上顶住了这一势头,尤其是在金融业。

    例句10:

    And when my family wanted me to marry a second cousin , I bucked like a colt.

    所以,我家里要我跟一位从表兄结婚时,我便像只马驹似的跳了起来,坚决反对。