简明英汉词典

haunt
[hC:nt]
v.
神鬼出没

美国传统词典[双解]

haunt
haunt
AHD:[h?nt, h?nt]
D.J.[h%8nt, h%nt]
K.K.[h%nt, h$nt]
v.(动词)
haunt.edhaunt.inghaunts
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To inhabit, visit, or appear to in the form of a ghost or other supernatural being.
以鬼魂形式出现:以鬼魂或其它超自然物体的形式居住、拜访或出现

(2)

To visit often; frequent:
经常拜访;常去:
haunted the movie theaters.
经常去电影院

(3)

To come to mind continually; obsess:
时常萦绕心头;使困窘:
a riddle that haunted me all morning.
一个困扰我整个上午的谜语

(4)

To be continually present in; pervade:
时常出现在;弥漫:
the melancholy that haunts the composer's music.
经常出现在那位作曲家音乐中的忧郁
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To recur or visit often, especially as a ghost.
尤指鬼魂重回或常去
n.(名词)

(1)

A place much frequented.
常去的地方

(2)

[h2nt] Chiefly Southern U.S. A ghost or other supernatural being.
[h2nt] 【多用于美国南部】 鬼或其它超自然物体

语源

(1)

Middle English haunten [to frequent]
中古英语 haunten [常去]

(2)

from Old French hanter * see tkei-
源自 古法语 hanter *参见 tkei-

继承用法

haunter
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

haunt
[hC:nt]
vt.

(1)

常去,常到(某地)

(2)

(鬼魂)出没
The old castle is said to be haunted.
这座古堡据说有鬼魂出没。
Mr Thompson is going to sell it because it is haunted.
"汤普森先生打算把它卖掉,是因为它好闹鬼。"

(3)

萦绕心头
I was haunted by his last words to me.
他向我说的最后的话萦绕在我的心头。

词性变化

haunt
n.
常去的地方
the haunts of sb.'s schooldays
某人在求学时代常去的地方
This pub used to be one of my uncle's favourite haunts.
这家小酒店是我叔叔过去常去的地方之一。

现代英汉综合大辞典

haunt
[hC:nt]
vt.

(1)

常去; 常去(某处); 缠住(某人)

(2)

常(在脑中)出现; (疾病等)缠身

(3)

(鬼魂等)反复出没于, 缠住(某人)
I'm haunted with gloomy thoughts and sad memories.
我常为悲观的思想和悲痛的追念所困扰。

词性变化

haunt
[hC:nt]
vi.

(1)

经常出没, 逗留

(2)

(鬼魂等)作祟
n.

(1)

常去的地方; (动物等的)栖息处; (罪犯等的)巢穴

(2)

[方]幽灵, 鬼
a haunt of criminals
罪犯的老窝
revisit the haunts of one's school days
重游学生时代常去的地方
The college library is a favorite haunt.
大学图书馆是人们喜欢的地方。

用法词典

haunt
中古英语 haunten<古法语 hanter 常法

英文相关词典

haunt
frequent    hang around    obsess    torment    

美国传统词典

haunt
haunt
AHD:[h?nt, h?nt]
D.J.[h%8nt, h%nt]
K.K.[h%nt, h$nt]
v.
haunt.ed, haunt.ing, haunts
v.tr.

(1)

To inhabit, visit, or appear to in the form of a ghost or other supernatural being.

(2)

To visit often; frequent:
haunted the movie theaters.

(3)

To come to mind continually; obsess:
a riddle that haunted me all morning.

(4)

To be continually present in; pervade:
the melancholy that haunts the composer's music.
v.intr.
To recur or visit often, especially as a ghost.
n.

(1)

A place much frequented.

(2)

[h2nt] Chiefly Southern U.S. A ghost or other supernatural being.

语源

(1)

Middle English haunten [to frequent]

(2)

from Old French hanter * see tkei-

继承用法

haunter
n.

英汉法学大词典

haunt
n.巢穴

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