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单词 lost
释义 lost (adjective) lost 11 ENTRIES FOUND: lost lost (adjective) long-lost (adjective) cause (noun) get (verb) hesitate (verb) lose (verb) love (noun) mist (noun) shuffle (noun) word (noun) 1 lost 1 lost Learner's definition of LOST past participle of lose 2 lost /ˈlɑːst/ adjective 2 lost /ˈlɑːst/ adjective Learner's definition of LOST 1  : unable to be found丢失的;遗失的 He was looking for his lost keys.他在寻找丢失的钥匙。 lost baggage/luggage丢失的行李 Many have tried to find the ruins of the lost city.许多人都力图找到那座湮灭之城的遗迹。 — see also long-lost 2  : not knowing where you are or how to get to where you want to go : unable to find your way迷路的;迷失的 The child was lost.那孩子迷路了。 We took a wrong turn and got lost.我们拐错了弯,迷路了。 a lost puppy迷路的小狗 Hold my hand. I don't want you to get lost.抓住我的手。我不想让你迷路。 3  a  : no longer held, owned, or possessed失去的;消失的 He has been trying to recapture his lost youth.他一直在努力追回逝去的青春。 She's been lagging at the polls, but hopes to recover/recoup lost ground with tonight's debate. [=she hopes to gain again support she had lost]她在民意调查中一直落后,但她希望通过今晚的辩论收复失地。 b  : no longer known不再为人所知的 a lost civilization失落的文明 It's a lost art.这是一门失传的艺术。 The original music is lost to us forever.原版音乐永远地失传了。 c  : no longer available无法再得到的 a lost opportunity/chance [=an opportunity that was not used]错过的机会 The strike has cost the company millions in lost sales/earnings/revenue. [=sales/earnings/revenue that the company would have had if the strike had not happened]罢工使公司损失了几百万美元的销售额/收入/收益。 We need to work faster to make up for lost time. [=we need to work faster because we did not get enough of the work done before now]我们需要加快工作来弥补失去的时间。 4  a  : not won输了的 a lost battle败仗 : not possible to win不可能赢的 The game was irretrievably/hopelessly lost by the end of the first half.比赛在上半场结束时就已经输定了。 b  : not capable of succeeding无法做到的 Finishing the project on time seemed like a lost cause. [=finishing the project on time seemed impossible]按时完工似乎没有一点希望。 5  a  not used before a noun, [more lost; most lost] : lacking confidence and feeling unsure of what to do不知所措 When she first moved to the city she felt a bit lost and out of her depth.她刚搬进城里时有点不知所措,力不从心。 I don't know how I ever managed without my computer: I'd be totally lost without it!我不知道没有电脑我该怎么办——肯定会一筹莫展! I depend on her for everything. I'd be lost without her.我什么事都靠她。没有她我会不知所措。 b  : very unhappy很不开心的 a lost soul [=a lonely and unhappy person]失魂落魄的人 6  not used before a noun : so interested in something that you do not notice other things全神贯注;沉浸于 When he's reading a book he's lost to the world.他看书的时候全神贯注。 — often + in He was lost in his book.他沉浸于书中。 She was lost in thought. [=she was thinking about something and not noticing the people and things around her]她陷入沉思。 He seems to be lost in a world of his own.他似乎沉浸在自己的世界中。 lost in (a) reverie陷入幻想 get lost informal : to go away : leave滚开 — used in speech as a rude or angry way to tell someone to go away用于口语,粗暴或生气地让人走开 — see also 2lost 2 (above) give someone up for lost : to decide that someone cannot be helped or saved认定某人不可救药 He was desperately ill, and most of the doctors had given him up for lost. [=most of the doctors said that he would die]他病入膏肓,几乎所有医生都说他没救了。 he who hesitates is lost — see hesitate lost for words chiefly British : unable to think of anything to say不知说什么好 I was so surprised to see her that I was lost for words. [=(chiefly US) at a loss for words]看到她时,我惊讶得不知说什么好了。 lost in the shuffle — see 2shuffle lost on : not appreciated or understood by (someone)未被理解;没被领会 The jokes were lost on me. [=I didn't understand the jokes]我没听懂那些笑话。 The meaning of her remark wasn't lost on him.他明白她话中的意思。 The message was lost on those for whom it was intended.这条信息没有被接收人所理解。 no love lost, very little love lost — see 1love
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