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释义 a (indefinite article) a 833 ENTRIES FOUND: a (noun) a (indefinite article) a- (prefix) a- (prefix) A-bomb (noun) A-line (adjective) A-list (noun) A. N. Other (noun) A-OK (adjective) as (adverb) as (conjunction) as (preposition) a cappella (adverb) à la (preposition) à la carte (adverb) à la mode (adjective) A level (noun) a posteriori (adjective) a priori (adjective) bric-a-brac (noun) cock-a-doodle-do (noun) cock-a-hoop (adjective) grade A (adjective) inasmuch as (conjunction) insofar as (conjunction) mano a mano (adverb) ménage à trois (noun) pat-a-cake pay-as-you-go (adjective) pig in a blanket (noun) pit-a-pat (noun) Q and A (noun) rat-a-tat (noun) son of a bitch (noun) son of a gun (noun) tête-à-tête (noun) time and a half (noun) Villa Gustavo A. Madero (proper noun) ABC (noun) account (noun) against (preposition) age (noun) all get-out (noun) all right (adjective) always (adverb) American (adjective) anything (pronoun) apple pie (noun) arm (noun) b (noun) back (noun) backseat (noun) bad (adjective) bag (noun) ball (noun) balloon (noun) bang (noun) bargain (noun) bargepole (noun) barrel (noun) bash (noun) bat (noun) bath (noun) bead (noun) bean (noun) beat (verb) beat (noun) bee (noun) beeline (noun) beet (noun) bell (noun) bend (verb) berth (noun) best (adverb) big (adjective) big deal (noun) bill (noun) bird (noun) bit (noun) blaze (verb) blind (adjective) blow (verb) blow (noun) blue (adjective) blue moon (noun) boil (verb) bold (adjective) bomb (noun) bone (noun) bonnet (noun) book (noun) boot (noun) born (adjective) bottle (noun) bow (noun) brass (noun) break (verb) break (noun) breakfast (noun) breast (noun) breath (noun) breathe (verb) brick (noun) brush (noun) buck (noun) bucket (noun) bull (noun) bullet (noun) bun (noun) bundle (noun) bunk (noun) burn (noun) burr (noun) burton (noun) bush (noun) bushel (noun) business (noun) bust (verb) butcher (noun) butter (noun) button (noun) buy (verb) cake (noun) call (verb) candle (noun) cap (noun) capture (verb) care (verb) carry (verb) cast (verb) catch (verb) certain (adjective) chalk (noun) chance (noun) change (noun) chapter (noun) charm (noun) check (noun) china (noun) chip (noun) chord (noun) claim (noun) clam (noun) clean (adjective) clear (adjective) clinic (noun) clothing (noun) cloud (noun) cock (verb) cocked hat (noun) coffin (noun) coin (noun) cold (adjective) collision course (noun) color (noun) comb (noun) come (verb) company (noun) comparison (noun) complexion (noun) concerned (adjective) conjure (verb) connection (noun) consequence (noun) coon (noun) cop (noun) cop (verb) cork (noun) corner (noun) couple (noun) cow (noun) crack (verb) crack (noun) crap (noun) crashing (adjective) creek (noun) crimp (noun) crisp (noun) cropper (noun) crow (noun) crowd (noun) crust (noun) cry (verb) cry (noun) crying (adjective) cucumber (noun) cue (noun) cut (verb) cut (noun) daft (adjective) dammit damn (verb) damn (noun) dampener (noun) damper (noun) dance (noun) dark (adjective) dart (verb) dash (noun) day (noun) dead (adjective) deaf (adjective) deal (verb) death (noun) debt (noun) degree (noun) dent (noun) desire (verb) devil (noun) devilish (adjective) dice (noun) difference (noun) different (adjective) dilemma (noun) dime (noun) disguise (noun) dishwater (noun) distance (noun) ditchwater (noun) do (verb) dodge (verb) dodo (noun) dog (noun) dollar (noun) doornail (noun) dose (noun) doubt (noun) dozen (noun) draw (verb) drive (verb) drop (noun) drop (verb) duck (noun) dull (adjective) dump (noun) duty (noun) ear (noun) earn (verb) earth (noun) easy (adjective) eat (verb) end (noun) equally (adverb) even (adverb) ever (adverb) every (adjective) evidence (verb) eye (noun) face (noun) fact (noun) fair (adjective) fall (verb) fall (noun) far (adverb) far (adjective) fashion (noun) fault (noun) feather (noun) federal case (noun) feed (verb) feel (noun) few (adjective) few (pronoun) fiddle (noun) field day (noun) fiend (noun) fine (adjective) fine-tooth comb (noun) finger (noun) fire (noun) fish (noun) fist (noun) fit (adjective) fix (verb) flash (noun) flat (adjective) flea (noun) flesh (noun) flier (noun) fling (noun) flit (noun) flock (verb) flog (verb) fly (verb) fly (noun) follow (verb) fool (noun) foot (noun) foregone (adjective) forked (adjective) form (noun) frazzle (noun) free (adjective) free hand (noun) fresh (adjective) friend (noun) frog (noun) from (preposition) full (adjective) fun (noun) furrow (noun) fuse (noun) fuse (noun) gain (verb) gasket (noun) genius (noun) gift (noun) give (verb) given (adjective) glance (noun) glove (noun) go (verb) go (noun) gold (noun) good (adjective) goose (noun) grace (verb) grease (noun) great (adjective) grind (verb) grip (noun) gum tree (noun) gun (noun) gut (noun) hair (noun) half (noun) half (pronoun) half (adverb) hand (noun) handbasket (noun) handle (noun) hang (verb) hang (noun) happy (adjective) hard (adjective) hash (noun) hat (noun) hatter (noun) hawk (noun) hay (noun) haystack (noun) head (noun) health (noun) heap (noun) hear (verb) heart (noun) heartbeat (noun) heaven (noun) hell (noun) hide (verb) hiding (noun) high (adjective) high (noun) hike (noun) hill (noun) hit (verb) hitch (verb) hold (verb) hold (noun) hole (noun) hoot (noun) hop (noun) horn (noun) horror (noun) horse (noun) hostage (noun) hot (adjective) house (noun) how (adverb) huff (noun) human (adjective) hundred (noun) hurry (noun) hurt (noun) if (conjunction) indeed (adverb) innings (noun) invest (verb) iron (adjective) jaybird (noun) job (noun) jump (verb) jump (noun) just (adverb) keen (adjective) kick (noun) kind (noun) king (noun) kiss (noun) kite (noun) knickers (noun) knife (noun) knife-edge (noun) knock (verb) knot (noun) knuckle (noun) labor (verb) lake (noun) lamb (noun) large (adjective) late (adverb) laugh (verb) laugh (noun) law (noun) lead (verb) lead (noun) leaf (noun) leak (noun) leap (noun) lease (noun) leave (noun) leg (noun) leopard (noun) license (noun) lick (noun) lid (noun) lie (noun) life (noun) lift (verb) light (noun) light (verb) light bulb (noun) lightning (noun) like (adverb) liking (noun) limb (noun) line (noun) little (pronoun) live (verb) load (noun) log (noun) long (adjective) long (adverb) long shot (noun) look (verb) lookout (noun) loop (noun) loose (adjective) loose end (noun) loss (noun) lot (noun) luck (noun) lump (noun) mad (adjective) make (verb) man (noun) manner (noun) man of the people (noun) many (adjective) many (pronoun) march (noun) mark (noun) marked (adjective) matter (noun) may (verb) meal (noun) medicine (noun) meeting (noun) merry (adjective) mess (noun) method (noun) microscope (noun) million (noun) mind (noun) minute (noun) misapprehension (noun) misconception (noun) miss (verb) miss (noun) mite (noun) molasses (noun) molehill (noun) moment (noun) money (noun) monkey (noun) monkey wrench (noun) month (noun) moonlight (noun) more (adverb) mountain (noun) mouth (noun) move (verb) move (noun) much (adjective) much (adverb) much (pronoun) muck (noun) mud (noun) mustard (noun) mutton (noun) nail (noun) name (noun) near (adverb) necessity (noun) needle (noun) nerve (noun) never (adverb) new (adjective) nodding (adjective) nonsense (noun) nose (noun) not (adverb) nothing (pronoun) notice (noun) number (noun) nut (noun) nutshell (noun) ocean (noun) of (preposition) oil (noun) once (adverb) one (noun) one (pronoun) opposed (adjective) oven (noun) owe (verb) pack (verb) paddle (noun) page (noun) pancake (noun) par (noun) pass (verb) pass (noun) passion (noun) pat (noun) patch (noun) path (noun) patty-cake (noun) pay (verb) pea (noun) peg (noun) penny (noun) pick (verb) picture (noun) pie (noun) piece (noun) piece of work (noun) pig (noun) pill (noun) pin (noun) pinch (noun) piss (verb) pitch (verb) place (noun) plate (noun) platter (noun) play (noun) plea (noun) please (verb) pleased (adjective) plow (verb) pod (noun) point (noun) point (verb) poke (noun) pond (noun) poor (adjective) pop (noun) port (noun) pose (verb) possessed (adjective) pot (noun) pottage (noun) pound (noun) powder (noun) power (noun) prayer (noun) premium (noun) presence (noun) pretty (adjective) price (noun) print (verb) problem (noun) promise (noun) propose (verb) pull (verb) pulp (noun) punch (noun) pup (noun) push (noun) put (verb) question (noun) quite (adverb) rag (noun) rain (noun) rainy (adjective) raise (verb) ramrod (noun) rap (noun) rat (noun) rate (noun) read (verb) record (noun) red (adjective) regard (verb) respect (verb) rest (noun) ride (verb) ride (noun) right (adjective) right (noun) ring (verb) ring (noun) rise (noun) risk (noun) rock (noun) rod (noun) roll (noun) rose (noun) row (noun) rug (noun) rule (verb) run (verb) run (noun) runner (noun) saddle (noun) salt (noun) sausage (noun) save (verb) say (verb) score (noun) scratch (verb) screw (noun) second (noun) sell (verb) sense (noun) service (noun) settle (verb) shake (verb) shake (noun) shame (noun) share (noun) sharp (adjective) sheep (noun) shine (noun) ship (noun) shit (noun) shock (noun) shop (noun) short (adjective) shot (noun) shoulder (noun) shout (noun) show (noun) side (noun) sieve (noun) sight (noun) sign (noun) silver (adjective) silver lining (noun) sin (noun) sing (verb) sink (verb) six (noun) skin (noun) skip (verb) skip (noun) slap (noun) slaughter (noun) sleep (verb) slice (noun) slip (noun) slow (adjective) small (adjective) smell (verb) smoke (verb) snail (noun) snit (noun) snowball (noun) so (adverb) so (conjunction) sock (noun) sod (noun) song (noun) song and dance (noun) soon (adverb) sore (adjective) sort (noun) sound (adjective) spade (noun) spanner (noun) speak (verb) spectacle (noun) spirit (noun) splash (noun) spoon (noun) spot (noun) spring (verb) square (adjective) squeaky (adjective) stab (noun) stake (verb) stamp (verb) stand (verb) stare (noun) start (noun) steady (adjective) steal (verb) steep (adjective) step (noun) stew (noun) stick (noun) stick (verb) stitch (noun) stomach (noun) stone (noun) storm (noun) story (noun) strike (verb) string (noun) strip (noun) stroke (noun) strong (adjective) stunt (noun) substance (noun) such (pronoun) such (adverb) sudden (adjective) Sunday (noun) swallow (verb) sweat (noun) swell (verb) swing (noun) system (noun) t (noun) tad (noun) take (verb) tale (noun) talk (verb) tangent (noun) taste (noun) teacup (noun) teapot (noun) tear (verb) tear (noun) tee (noun) tempest (noun) ten (noun) thanks (noun) that (pronoun) thereby (adverb) thick (adjective) thin (adjective) thing (noun) thorn (noun) though (conjunction) thought (noun) thousand (noun) thread (noun) three (noun) throat (noun) throw (noun) thumb (noun) thunder (noun) tight (adjective) time (noun) tissue (noun) toast (noun) toe (noun) toll (noun) ton (noun) tongue (noun) tooth (noun) torch (noun) toss (noun) touch (verb) touch (noun) tough (adjective) trail (noun) trap (noun) treat (noun) trice (noun) trick (noun) trifle (noun) Trojan (noun) tune (noun) tunnel (noun) turn (noun) twinkle (noun) twinkling (noun) twist (noun) twitter (noun) two (noun) up (preposition) usual (adjective) vacuum (noun) vengeance (noun) view (noun) virtue (noun) wait (verb) wall (noun) warm (adjective) waste (noun) watch (verb) water (noun) watery (adjective) way (noun) weak (adjective) weather (noun) wedge (noun) wee (adjective) weed (noun) well (adverb) well (adjective) whack (noun) wheel (noun) while (noun) whip (noun) whirl (noun) whistle (noun) white (adjective) whiz (noun) whole (noun) wide (adjective) will (noun) window (noun) wing (noun) wise (adjective) witness (verb) wobbly (noun) wolf (noun) word (noun) work (noun) world (noun) worth (preposition) wrap (noun) wrench (noun) wrist (noun) wrong (adjective) wrong (noun) year (noun) yet (adverb) z (noun) 1 a noun or A /ˈeɪ/ plural a's or as or A's or As 1 a noun or A /ˈeɪ/ plural a's or as or A's or As Learner's definition of A 1  : the first letter of the English alphabet英语字母表的第1个字母 [count] a word that begins with an a以字母a开头的单词 [noncount] a word that begins with a以字母a开头的单词 2  : a musical note or key referred to by the letter A : the sixth tone of a C-major scaleA音(C大调音阶的第6音或音符);A调 [count] play/sing an A演奏/演唱A调 [noncount] a song in the key of AA调歌曲 3  [count] : a grade that is given to a student for doing excellent work(学业成绩)第一等,优秀 She got an A on the exam.她考试得了个A。 He's an A student. [=a student who gets A's for his schoolwork]他是一个头等生。 4  [noncount] — used to refer to the first of two or more people, places, or things that are being considered(正在考虑的人、地点或事物中的)第一个,甲 If A, B, and C divide the coins equally, how many does each person get?如果甲、乙、丙三人均分这些硬币,每人获得几枚? an A for effort — see effort exhibit A — see 2exhibit from A to Z : including everything从头到尾;全部 The book is titled “Home Repairs From A to Z.”这本书名为《家庭修理大全》。 from (point) A to (point) B : from one place to another从一地到另一地 I don't care about the scenery. I'm only interested in getting from A to B.我不在乎风景。我就喜欢东游西逛。 2 a /ə/ /ˈeɪ/ indefinite article or an /ən/ /ˈæn/ 2 a /ə/ /ˈeɪ/ indefinite article or an /ən/ /ˈæn/ Learner's definition of A ◊ A is used before a consonant sound.a用于辅音之前。 a door一扇门 a human一个人 An is used before a vowel sound.an用于元音之前。 an icicle一条冰柱 an honor一项荣誉 Note that when a word begins with a vowel letter but is pronounced with a consonant sound, a is used.注意:当单词首字母是元音字母但其发音为辅音时,用a。 a one一个单词 a union一个联盟 When an abbreviation begins with a consonant letter but is pronounced with a vowel sound, an is used.当缩略词首字母是辅音字母但其发音为元音时,用an。 an FBI investigation联邦调查局的一项调查 an LCD display一台液晶显示器 When a word begins with h but the first syllable of the word is not given primary stress, both a and an are used.当单词以h开头,但该单词的首音节非重读时,a和an都可用。 a historic一个历史性的 an historic一个历史性的 1  — used before singular nouns when the person or thing is being mentioned for the first time用于首次被提及的单数名词前 There was a tree in the field.田野里有一棵树。 A man walked past him.一个人从他身边走过。 I heard a shout.我听到一声喊叫。 He bought a house, but this is not the house he bought.他买了一栋房子,但是这栋房子并不是他买的那一栋。 I ordered an apple and some cheese: I ate the apple but not the cheese.我点了一个苹果和一些奶酪:我把苹果吃了,但没吃奶酪。 2  a  — used like one before number words like hundred, thousand, etc.用于hundred、thousand等数词前,用法同one a hundred and twenty people一百二十人 a million dollars一百万美元 a dozen doughnuts一打炸面圈 b  — used like one before number words like third, fortieth, etc.用于third、fortieth等序数词前,用法同one This is a [=one] third the size of that.这个的尺寸只有那个的三分之一。 c  — used like one before units of weight, measurement, etc.用于计量单位前,用法同one a pound or two [=one or two pounds]一磅或两磅 a week or two [=one or two weeks]一周或两周 a foot and a half of water = one and a half feet of water1.5英尺深的水 d  : one single : even one — used in negative constructions一个,单个(用于否定结构) They didn't charge me a penny. [=they didn't charge me anything at all]他们没有收我一分钱。 “Did she say anything about it?” “Not a word.”“她对此事说什么了吗?”“一个字都没说。” 3  — used before a word or phrase that indicates a type or class of person or thing用于表示一类人或一类事物的单词或短语前 My uncle is a plumber.我叔叔是个水管工。 Copper is a metal.铜是一种金属。 She's a very nice lady.她是一位很和善的女士。 — often used before noncount nouns that are modified by an adjective or phrase常用于由形容词或短语修饰的不可数名词前 a torrential rain一阵急雨 She has a warmth that puts people at ease.她待人热情,让人感到亲切。 I've always had a fondness for chocolate.我一直很爱吃巧克力。 4  — used like any to refer in a general way to people or things用于泛指人或事物,用法同any A person who is sick can't work well. [=people can't work well if they are sick]生病的人工作效率不高。 5  — used before a proper noun to indicate limited knowledge about the person or thing being mentioned用于专有名词前,表示对提及的人或事物所知有限 A Mr. Smith [=a man named Mr. Smith] called to ask about the job.一位史密斯先生打电话询问工作的事。 Among the towns of the area there is a Newton, I believe.据我了解,这个地区有一个牛顿镇。 6  a  — used before a proper noun that is acting as an example or type用于充当例证或典型的专有名词前 the attractions of a Boston or a Cleveland波士顿或克利夫兰这类城市的景点 His friends say he's an Einstein in regard to science.他的朋友们说,在科学方面他是爱因斯坦式的人物。 b  — used before the name of a day of the week to refer to one occurrence of it用于一星期中某天的名称前,以提及当天发生的某件事情 My birthday falls on a Tuesday this year.今年我的生日是一个星期二。 7  a  — used before the name of a person (such as a famous artist) when the name is being used to refer to something (such as a painting) created by that person用于人名前,指此人的作品 The museum recently purchased a Rembrandt. [=a painting by Rembrandt]博物馆最近购入了一幅伦勃朗的画作。 My violin is a Stradivarius.我的小提琴出自大师斯特拉迪瓦里之手。 b  — used before a family name to show that someone is a member of that family用于姓氏前,表示某人为此家庭的一员 Did you know that she's a Kennedy?你知道她是肯尼迪家族的一员吗? 8  — used before a proper noun referring to a person or thing that has a particular quality用于专有名词前,表示某人或某物具有某种特殊品质 A triumphant Ms. Jones greeted her supporters. [=Ms. Jones was triumphant when she greeted her supporters]志得意满的琼斯女士向支持者们致意。 We were met at the door by an embarrassed Mr. Brown. [=Mr. Brown was embarrassed when he met us at the door]布朗先生在门口见到我们时神色尴尬。 We had a very mild January.一月的天气非常温和。 9  — used with words like bit and little to form phrases that describe quantity, amount, or degree与bit、little等单词连用构成短语,表数量、程度等 She felt a bit tired.她感到有点疲惫。 It's getting a little late.天有点晚了。 10  — used in phrases that describe how often something occurs, how fast something is going, etc.用于表示频率、快慢等的短语 They meet twice a week. [=twice each week]他们一周见两次面。 The car was traveling at a hundred miles an [=per] hour.汽车当时正以一百英里的时速行驶。
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