简明英汉词典

grunt
[^rQnt]
vi.
(猪等)作呼噜声, (表示烦恼、反对、疲劳、轻蔑等)发哼声
vt.
咕哝着说出
n.
呼噜声, 咕哝

美国传统词典[双解]

grunt
grunt
AHD:[gr?nt]
D.J.[gr(nt]
K.K.[gr(nt]
v.(动词)
grunt.edgrunt.inggrunts
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To utter a deep, guttural sound, as a hog does.
喉鸣,作呼噜声:象猪一样发出深沉的喉音

(2)

To utter a sound similar to a grunt, as in disgust.
发哼声,咕哝:发出类似呼噜的声音,如因出于厌恶
v.tr.(及物动词)
To utter or express with a deep, guttural sound:
咕哝着说出:以深沉的喉音说出或表示:
He merely grunted his approval.
他只是咕哝了一声以表示同意
n.(名词)

(1)

A deep, guttural sound.
咕哝声:深沉的喉音

(2)

Any of various chiefly tropical marine fishes of the family Haemulidae that, upon removal from the water, produce grunting sounds by rubbing together tooth plates in the throat.
石鲈:主要产于热带海域的石鲈科鱼类的一种,在脱离水面之时摩擦喉间而发出呼噜声

(3)

Slang An infantryman in the U.S. military, especially in the Vietnam War:
【俚语】 美军步兵:美国军队中的步兵,尤为越南战争中的步兵:
“They were called grunts . . . They were the infantrymen, the foot soldiers of the war”(Bernard Edelman)
“他们被称为格朗茨…也就是步兵,战争中徒步作战的士兵”(伯纳德·埃德尔曼)

(4)

Slang One who performs routine or mundane tasks.
【俚语】 普通工作人员:处理日常工作与事务的人

(5)

New England Upstate New York A dessert made by dropping pieces of biscuit dough onto blueberries as they boil and then covering and steaming the mixture.
【新英格兰】 【纽约州北部】 蓝莓糕:一种将饼干面团滴在煮沸的蓝莓上再加盖蒸煮的甜点心

语源

(1)

Middle English grunten
中古英语 grunten

(2)

from Old English grunnettan ; akin to probably akin to grunnian
源自 古英语 grunnettan ;类似于 可能类似于 grunnian

继承用法

grunter
n.(名词)

gruntingly
adv.(副词)

现代英汉词典

grunt
[^rQnt]
n.
(类似猪发出的)呼噜声

词性变化

grunt
vi., vt.

(1)

(猪等)发出呼噜声;发轻微喉声
a grunting pig
发出呼噜声的猪

(2)

(因烦恼、疲劳等)发出哼声,咕哝

现代英汉综合大辞典

grunt
[^rQnt]
n.

(1)

(猪等)发出咕噜声

(2)

火鱼(一种可食海鱼, 被捕时发猪哼叫声)

(3)

[美俚]猪肉

(4)

[美俚]线路工人的助手

词性变化

grunt
[^rQnt]
vi.

(1)

(猪等)发低沉的咕噜声

(2)

(表示烦恼, 反对等)哼声, 咕哝

(3)

牢骚
vt.
以低沉的声音咕噜着; 发(牢骚)

英文相关词典

grunt
snort    

新词词典

grunt
步兵

美国传统词典

grunt
grunt
AHD:[gr?nt]
D.J.[gr(nt]
K.K.[gr(nt]
v.
grunt.ed, grunt.ing, grunts
v.intr.

(1)

To utter a deep, guttural sound, as a hog does.

(2)

To utter a sound similar to a grunt, as in disgust.
v.tr.
To utter or express with a deep, guttural sound:
He merely grunted his approval.
n.

(1)

A deep, guttural sound.

(2)

Any of various chiefly tropical marine fishes of the family Haemulidae that, upon removal from the water, produce grunting sounds by rubbing together tooth plates in the throat.

(3)

Slang An infantryman in the U.S. military, especially in the Vietnam War:
“They were called grunts . . . They were the infantrymen, the foot soldiers of the war”(Bernard Edelman)

(4)

Slang One who performs routine or mundane tasks.

(5)

New England Upstate New York A dessert made by dropping pieces of biscuit dough onto blueberries as they boil and then covering and steaming the mixture.

语源

(1)

Middle English grunten

(2)

from Old English grunnettan ; akin to probably akin to grunnian

继承用法

grunter
n.

gruntingly
adv.

英汉农牧林大词典

grunt
n.横带髭鲷,黑鳍髭鲷

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