简明英汉词典

bust
[bQst]
n.
半身像, 胸像, (妇女的)胸部

美国传统词典[双解]

bust
bust 1
AHD:[b?st]
D.J.[b(st]
K.K.[b(st]
n.(名词)

(1)

A sculpture representing a person's head, shoulders, and upper chest.
半身像:刻画一个人的头部、肩膀和胸部的雕像

(2)

A woman's bosom.
女人的胸部

(3)

The human chest.
人的胸部

语源

(1)

French buste
法语 buste

(2)

from Italian busto
源自 意大利语 busto

(3)

possibly from Latin bustum [sepulchral monument]
可能源自 拉丁语 bustum [墓碑]

基本词义

bust
bust 2
AHD:[b?st]
D.J.[b(st]
K.K.[b(st]
v.(动词)
bust.edbust.ingbusts
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

Slang
【俚语】

(2)

To smash or break, especially forcefully:
使破裂,击破:用力击碎或打碎:
“Mr. Luger worked it with a rake, busting up the big clods, making a flat brown table”(Garrison Keillor)
“鲁格尔先生用耙把大的土块敲碎,铺成平坦的褐色土层”(加里森·谢勒)

(3)

To render inoperable or unusable:
破坏,使失败:使不能运作或不能使用:
busted the vending machine by putting in foreign coins.
投入外币弄坏了自动贩卖机

(4)

To cause to come to an end; break up:
使终结;粉碎:
an attempt to bust the union.
终止联盟的企图

(5)

To break or tame (a horse).
驯服:截住或驯服(马)

(6)

To cause to become bankrupt or short of money:
使破产:使破产或资金短缺:
“Too often, the promise of a high-tech design leads to a weapon that busts the budget”(Business Week)
“一项高技术设计方案的承诺常是导致预算短缺的元凶”(商务周刊)

(7)

Slang To reduce in rank.See Synonyms at demote
【俚语】 降低级别参见 demote

(8)

To hit; punch.
殴打:打击;以拳重击

(9)

Slang
【俚语】

(10)

To place under arrest.
逮捕

(11)

To make a raid on.
袭击
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

Slang
【俚语】

(2)

To undergo breakage; become broken.
爆破,破裂:进行毁损;变成被破坏的

(3)

To burst; break:
破裂;毁坏:
“Several companies have threatened to bust out of their high-wage contracts by the dubious technique of declaring bankruptcy”(Washington Post)
“几家公司威胁要通过宣告破产的可疑手段来破坏他们的高额合同”(华盛顿邮报)

(4)

To become bankrupt or short of money.
破产:变得破产或缺钱

(5)

Games To lose at blackjack by exceeding a score of 21.
【游戏】 输了,爆引:因分数超过21分而在二十一点游戏中失败
n.(名词)

(1)

A failure; a flop:
失败:
“The home-style bean curd is a bust, oily and rubbery”(Mark and Gail Barnett)
“自制豆腐彻底失败,油滑而呈胶状”(马克及盖尔·巴尼特)

(2)

A state of bankruptcy.
破产:破产的状况

(3)

A time or period of widespread financial depression:
萧条时期:大范围的经济不景气的时间或阶段:
“Bankers consider the region's diversified economy to be good protection against a possible real estate bust”(American Banker)
“银行家们认为地区经济的多样性将是防止可能的房地产萧条时期到来的良好保障”(美国银行家)

(4)

A punch; a blow.
打击;拳击

(5)

A spree:
狂欢:
a fraternity beer bust.
社友啤酒狂欢

(6)

Slang
【俚语】

(7)

An arrest.
逮捕

(8)

A raid.
袭击

语源
Variant of burst
burst的变体

现代英汉词典

bust
[bQst]
n.

(1)

半身(雕)像

(2)

妇女的胸部

现代英汉综合大辞典

bust
[bQst]
n.

(1)

半身塑像或画像

(2)

(妇女的)胸部

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

bust
胸象

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

bust
胸围

英汉双解计算机词典

bust

操作错误,误操作;[纯漏]
The malperformance of a programmer or machine operator.
程序员或计算机操作员的错误动作。

美国传统词典

bust
bust 1
AHD:[b?st]
D.J.[b(st]
K.K.[b(st]
n.

(1)

A sculpture representing a person's head, shoulders, and upper chest.

(2)

A woman's bosom.

(3)

The human chest.

语源

(1)

French buste

(2)

from Italian busto

(3)

possibly from Latin bustum [sepulchral monument]

基本词义

bust
bust 2
AHD:[b?st]
D.J.[b(st]
K.K.[b(st]
v.
bust.ed, bust.ing, busts
v.tr.

(1)

Slang

(2)

To smash or break, especially forcefully:
“Mr. Luger worked it with a rake, busting up the big clods, making a flat brown table”(Garrison Keillor)

(3)

To render inoperable or unusable:
busted the vending machine by putting in foreign coins.

(4)

To cause to come to an end; break up:
an attempt to bust the union.

(5)

To break or tame (a horse).

(6)

To cause to become bankrupt or short of money:
“Too often, the promise of a high-tech design leads to a weapon that busts the budget”(Business Week)

(7)

Slang To reduce in rank.See Synonyms at demote

(8)

To hit; punch.

(9)

Slang

(10)

To place under arrest.

(11)

To make a raid on.
v.intr.

(1)

Slang

(2)

To undergo breakage; become broken.

(3)

To burst; break:
“Several companies have threatened to bust out of their high-wage contracts by the dubious technique of declaring bankruptcy”(Washington Post)

(4)

To become bankrupt or short of money.

(5)

Games To lose at blackjack by exceeding a score of 21.
n.

(1)

A failure; a flop:
“The home-style bean curd is a bust, oily and rubbery”(Mark and Gail Barnett)

(2)

A state of bankruptcy.

(3)

A time or period of widespread financial depression:
“Bankers consider the region's diversified economy to be good protection against a possible real estate bust”(American Banker)

(4)

A punch; a blow.

(5)

A spree:
a fraternity beer bust.

(6)

Slang

(7)

An arrest.

(8)

A raid.

语源
Variant of burst

英汉船舶大词典

bust
n.夹箍,破产

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

bust
关掉,取消,操作错误,(程序员等的)不称职

英汉电信大词典

bust
n.操作差错,异常终止

英汉纺织大词典

bust
n.胸围

英汉航海大词典

bust
n.破产

英汉化学大词典

bust
n.倒闭,半身像,放大,错误;vi.放大,错误,倒闭

英汉海运大词典

bust
(程序设计员或计算机操作员的)误动作

英汉经贸大词典

bust
n.破产

英汉计算机大词典

bust
n.倒闭(半身像,放大;vi.放大(错误,倒闭)

英汉建筑大词典

bust
n.半身塑像或书像,破产,失败

最新会计师英汉大词典

bust
经营失败

英汉农牧林大词典

bust
n.萧条极点,突降

英汉水利大词典

bust
n.萧条极点,突降

英汉贸易大词典

bust
经营失败,破产,暴降

现代商务英汉大词典

bust
经营失败,破产,暴降

英汉冶金大词典

bust
n.错误,失败

英汉医学大词典

bust
n.爆裂

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