简明英汉词典

brawl
[brC:l]
n.
vi.争吵, 怒骂

美国传统词典[双解]

brawl
brawl
AHD:[br?l]
D.J.[br%8l]
K.K.[br%l]
n.(名词)

(1)

A noisy quarrel or fight.
吵架:喧闹的争吵或争斗

(2)

A loud party.
喧闹的宴会

(3)

A loud, roaring noise.
喧闹吵嚷声
v.intr.(不及物动词)
brawledbrawl.ingbrawls

(1)

To quarrel or fight noisily.
吵架,对骂:喧闹的争吵或争斗

(2)

To flow noisily, as water.
哗哗地流:喧闹地流动,如水

语源

(1)

Middle English braul
中古英语 braul

(2)

from braullen [to quarrel]
源自 braullen [争吵]

继承用法

brawler
n.(名词)

brawlingly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

brawlbroildonnybrookfracasfrayfree-for-allmeleerowruction

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “a very noisy, disorderly, and often violent quarrel or fight”:
这些名词的中心意思都是“非常嘈杂、混乱和通常较激烈的争吵或吵架”:
a barroom brawl;
酒吧间的喧闹;
a protest march that degenerated into a general broil between the demonstrators and the police;
一次升级成示威者与警察全体对骂的示威游行;
an incident that turned into a vicious legal donnybrook;
演化成为恶意的法律大混战的事件;
putting down a violent fracas among prison inmates;
镇压监狱犯人间的暴力争斗;
eager for the fray;
对争吵感兴趣;
a regular free-for-all in the schoolyard;
校园内一次定期的任何人均可参加的竞赛;
police plunging into the melee;
警察插手互殴;
a terrific domestic row;
一次可怕的家庭争执;
a senseless ruction over trivia.
为区区小事的无意义争吵

现代英汉词典

brawl
[brC:l]
n.
争吵;打架

词性变化

brawl
vi.

(1)

争吵;打架

(2)

(水)哗哗地流

现代英汉综合大辞典

brawl
[brC:l]
vi.

(1)

吵闹, 吵架

(2)

(流水)哗哗地响
The river brawled over the rapids.
河水哗哗地流过湍滩。

词性变化

brawl
[brC:l]
vt.
喊叫
The officers were brawling commands.
军官们大声地喊口令。

brawl
[brC:l]
n.

(1)

吵闹, 口角

(2)

[美俚]闹宴; 喧闹的舞会; 乱哄哄的拳赛

(3)

哗哗流水声
a family brawl
家庭争吵

继承用法

brawler
n.
争 吵者; 喧闹者

brawling
n., adj.
争吵(的); 喧闹(的)

brawly
[`brR:lI]
adj.
好争吵的; 喧闹的

英文相关词典

brawl
fracas    quarrel    racket    riot    

美国传统词典

brawl
brawl
AHD:[br?l]
D.J.[br%8l]
K.K.[br%l]
n.

(1)

A noisy quarrel or fight.

(2)

A loud party.

(3)

A loud, roaring noise.
v.intr.
brawled, brawl.ing, brawls

(1)

To quarrel or fight noisily.

(2)

To flow noisily, as water.

语源

(1)

Middle English braul

(2)

from braullen [to quarrel]

继承用法

brawler
n.

brawlingly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

brawl, broil, donnybrook, fracas, fray, free-for-all, melee, row, ruction

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “a very noisy, disorderly, and often violent quarrel or fight”:
a barroom brawl;
a protest march that degenerated into a general broil between the demonstrators and the police;
an incident that turned into a vicious legal donnybrook;
putting down a violent fracas among prison inmates;
eager for the fray;
a regular free-for-all in the schoolyard;
police plunging into the melee;
a terrific domestic row;
a senseless ruction over trivia.

英汉法学大词典

brawl
n.斗殴 ;v.斗殴

英汉心理学大词典

brawl
吵架

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