简明英汉词典

jostle
[5dVCsl]
v.
挤, 推, 争夺
n.
挤拥, 推撞

美国传统词典[双解]

jostle
jos.tle
AHD:[j?s“…l]
D.J.[6d9%s*l]
K.K.[6d9$s*l]
v.(动词)
jos.tledjos.tlingjos.tles
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To come in rough contact while moving; push and shove:
推挤:在移动中碰撞;推和挤:
jostled against the others on the crowded platform.
在拥挤的站台上和别人推撞

(2)

To make one's way by pushing or elbowing:
开路:推开或推挤以求前进:
jostled through the guests to the bar.
穿过众多客人来到吧台

(3)

To vie for an advantage or a position.
竞争,争夺:为利益或职位而竞争

(4)

To be in close proximity.
紧贴,贴近

(5)

To pick or try to pick pockets.
扒窃或企图扒窃
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To come into rough contact with while moving:
在移动中与…碰撞:
messengers who jostle pedestrians on the sidewalk.
在人行道上与行人挤来挤去的送信人

(2)

To force by pushing or elbowing:
挤,推,撞:推推搡搡地挤进:
jostled my way through the mob.
从人群中挤过去

(3)

To vie with for an advantage or a position.
同…竞争,同…争夺:为利益或职位而与……竞争

(4)

To be in close proximity with:
紧贴,贴近:
“Books written in all languages . . . jostle each other on the shelf”(Virginia Woolf)
“各种语言写成的书…紧挨着排在书架上”(弗吉尼亚·沃尔夫)

(5)

To pick or try to pick the pocket of.
扒窃:对…扒窃或企图对…扒窃
n.(名词)

(1)

A rough shove or push.
粗暴的推挤

(2)

The condition of being crowded together.
拥挤:被挤在一起的情形

语源

(1)

Middle English justilen [to have sexual relations with] [frequentative of] justen [to joust]
中古英语 justilen [与…有性关系] [] justen的重复动词 [骑在马上比武]

(2)

from Old French juster * see joust
源自 古法语 juster *参见 joust

继承用法

jostler
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

jostle
[5dVRs(E)l]
vt., vi.
-tled, -tling
推;撞;挤(入)
Don't jostle against me.
别推我。
The crowd jostled into the new stadium.
人群挤进了新体育场。

现代英汉综合大辞典

jostle
[5dVCsl]
vt.

(1)

(用肘)推, 挤, 撞; 贴近

(2)

剌激, 使激动

(3)

与...争夺
jostle one's way through a crowd
从人群中挤过去

词性变化

jostle
[5dVCsl]
vi.

(1)

拥挤, 推撞; 贴近

(2)

竞争, 争夺
Big transcontinental enterprises jostle with one another for world markets.
巨大的跨国公司[企业]互相争夺国际市场。

jostle
[5dVCsl]
n.
拥挤, 推撞

继承用法

jostlement
n.

jostler
[`dVCslE(r)]
n.
推撞者; [美]扒手

英文相关词典

jostle
bump    push    shove    thrust    

美国传统词典

jostle
jos.tle
AHD:[j?s“…l]
D.J.[6d/%s*l]
K.K.[6d/$s*l]
v.
jos.tled, jos.tling, jos.tles
v.intr.

(1)

To come in rough contact while moving; push and shove:
jostled against the others on the crowded platform.

(2)

To make one's way by pushing or elbowing:
jostled through the guests to the bar.

(3)

To vie for an advantage or a position.

(4)

To be in close proximity.

(5)

To pick or try to pick pockets.
v.tr.

(1)

To come into rough contact with while moving:
messengers who jostle pedestrians on the sidewalk.

(2)

To force by pushing or elbowing:
jostled my way through the mob.

(3)

To vie with for an advantage or a position.

(4)

To be in close proximity with:
“Books written in all languages . . . jostle each other on the shelf”(Virginia Woolf)

(5)

To pick or try to pick the pocket of.
n.

(1)

A rough shove or push.

(2)

The condition of being crowded together.

语源

(1)

Middle English justilen [to have sexual relations with] [frequentative of] justen [to joust]

(2)

from Old French juster * see joust

继承用法

jostler
n.

英汉航海大词典

jostle
n.竞争

英汉化学大词典

jostle
n.拥挤,贴近,竞争;vt.与...竞争,冲撞,贴近

英汉经贸大词典

jostle
n.竞争

英汉计算机大词典

jostle
n.拥挤(贴近,竞争);vt.与...竞争(冲撞,贴近)

英汉心理学大词典

jostle
竞争

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