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scouts是什么意思_scouts的用法

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scouts是scout的第三人称单数

scout

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  • n.童子军;侦察员;【军】侦察;守望员
  • v.侦察 (about round);寻找;搜索 (out up)
  • 网络侦察兵;童军;斥候骑兵
第三人称单数:scouts  现在分词:scouting  过去式:scouted  
  • v.
  • find
  • n.
  • lookout,spy,watch,detective,emissary
  • v.
  • search,hunt,look around,cast around,recce
  • 1.

    〔军〕侦察机;搜索救援机

    2.

    侦察

    3.

    寻找;搜索

    4.

    调查

    5.

    巡逻

    6.

    认为荒唐而拒绝(提议,意见等)

    7.

    讥笑,嘲弄

    8.

    轻视

    9.

    校工

    1.

    〔军〕侦察机;搜索救援机

    2.

    侦察

    3.

    寻找;搜索

    4.

    调查

    5.

    巡逻

    6.

    认为荒唐而拒绝(提议,意见等)

    7.

    讥笑,嘲弄

    8.

    轻视

    9.

    校工

    1.

    侦察员;侦察机

    2.

    守望员;侦察员;斥候

    3.

    侦察舰;侦察机;搜索救援机

    4.

    童子军

    5.

    调查员

    6.

    〔俚语〕家伙

    7.

    (牛津大学的)校工

    8.

    【军事】侦察,守望,观察

    9.

    〔古语〕【板球】外场守场员

    10.

    【动物;动物学】海鸟;海鸠;善知鸟

    1.

    侦察员;侦察机

    2.

    守望员;侦察员;斥候

    3.

    侦察舰;侦察机;搜索救援机

    4.

    童子军

    5.

    调查员

    6.

    〔俚语〕家伙

    7.

    (牛津大学的)校工

    8.

    【军事】侦察,守望,观察

    9.

    〔古语〕【板球】外场守场员

    10.

    【动物;动物学】海鸟;海鸠;善知鸟

    1.

    to make a search of an area for somebody or something

    2.

    to seek out information about somebody or something, especially about an enemy's position or movements

    3.

    to look for talented players for a sports team, or talented performers for a show or group

    4.

    to discover and evaluate the performance, tactics, and players of an opposing team

    5.

    to search or examine a place, area, or situation to get information about it

    6.

    to look for someone who has a lot of ability, especially for work in sports or entertainment

    1.

    to make a search of an area for somebody or something

    2.

    to seek out information about somebody or something, especially about an enemy's position or movements

    3.

    to look for talented players for a sports team, or talented performers for a show or group

    4.

    to discover and evaluate the performance, tactics, and players of an opposing team

    5.

    to search or examine a place, area, or situation to get information about it

    6.

    to look for someone who has a lot of ability, especially for work in sports or entertainment

    1.

    somebody, especially a soldier, who is sent to gather information about an enemy's position or movements

    2.

    a member of the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts

    3.

    somebody sent to discover and evaluate the performance, tactics, and players of an opposing team

    4.

    a ship, aircraft, or vehicle designed and used by the armed forces for reconnaissance purposes

    5.

    a search for somebody or something

    6.

    a gathering of information concerning an enemy's position or movements

    7.

    a person, usually a boy or man

    8.

    a member of the Scout Association

    9.

    somebody employed to clean students' rooms at Oxford University

    10.

    a boy scout or girl scout

    1.

    somebody, especially a soldier, who is sent to gather information about an enemy's position or movements

    2.

    a member of the Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts

    3.

    somebody sent to discover and evaluate the performance, tactics, and players of an opposing team

    4.

    a ship, aircraft, or vehicle designed and used by the armed forces for reconnaissance purposes

    5.

    a search for somebody or something

    6.

    a gathering of information concerning an enemy's position or movements

    7.

    a person, usually a boy or man

    8.

    a member of the Scout Association

    9.

    somebody employed to clean students' rooms at Oxford University

    10.

    a boy scout or girl scout

    语法用例

    例句1:

    It may be inferred from the passage that the scouts must have been found by the enemy.

    从此节来判断。敌人可能已经找到了(我方的)侦察机(员)。

    例句2:

    To represent information visually, he realized, he would need a code. The only code he knew was the one he had learned in the Boy Scouts.

    他意识到,要以视觉形式呈现信息,就必须有一种编码。而他知道的唯一编码,是在童子军里学到的那种。

    例句3:

    Browder: You cannot see them from the bottom. At least if you don't use any scouts, airplanes or special talents like the terran scanner.

    答:最起码如果你没有飞行单位或者一些特殊的能力的情况下,你在下面不能看到在高地的单位。

    例句4:

    Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez had one of his top scouts in Bari on Wednesday night to see Italy beat Scotland.

    利物浦主帅拉法·贝尼特斯星期三晚上出现在意大利击败苏格兰的巴里赛场进行考察。

    例句5:

    Scouts sent out to run the rule over the Frenchman have reported positive feedback and an official move is now expected to be made.

    马拉加已经派出球探观察了法国人,他回馈伊坦杰的信息时积极的,现在马拉加官方希望这笔交易达成。

    例句6:

    With the securing of the new settlement site and return of the scouts, the clan is now ready to move.

    随着新定居点安全的消息被斥候带回来,氏族现在准备迁徙。

    例句7:

    After all that trouble, the Scouts decide that the best way to help homeless animals is to raise money at a yard sale.

    经历了这些麻烦之后,童子军认为,要想帮助那些无家可归的动物们,最好的方法就是在庭院举办旧货出售,募捐筹款。

    例句8:

    St. James had been singled out to provide Dr. King with an honor guard of Cub Scouts, and my brother was one of the Scouts selected.

    圣詹姆士教堂因此被选中,童子军们将在那儿聚集,成为金博士的仪仗队,而我的弟弟就在被选中的童子军之中。

    例句9:

    Immediately, a few of his scouts came out of thestables, with horses and went out to seek Saul's Family.

    马上,几个卫兵就骑着马去抓所罗家的人了。

    例句10:

    The problem is that if the decision is reached rapidly, as it might have to be in an emergency, then relatively few scouts know the route.

    问题是,就像在紧急情况下所需要的那样,如果速做决定,那么就只有相对少数的侦察兵知道路线。