简明英汉词典

tout
[taJt]
v.
吹捧

基本词义

Tout
[taut]
陶特(姓氏)

美国传统词典[双解]

tout
tout
AHD:[tout]
D.J.[taut]
K.K.[ta&t]
v.(动词)
tout.edtout.ingtouts
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.
兜售、招徕、拉生意:诱惑以得到顾客、选票或帮助,尤指以一种厚颜无耻的方法

(2)

To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
刺探马情:得到并出卖有关赛马的情报
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To solicit or importune:
竭力劝说,再三请求:
street vendors who were touting pedestrians.
向行人兜售的沿街叫卖的商贩

(2)

To obtain or sell information on (a racehorse or stable) for the guidance of bettors.
探听马经,出售马经:获得有关(赛马或马厩)的情报或将其出售作为赌徒的指导材料

(3)

To promote or praise energetically; publicize:
吹嘘,吹捧:促销或激情洋溢地赞扬;引起公众对…的注意:
“Projects for . . . construction of a deep-water route . . . to reach ports in the continent's industrial heartland had been widely touted”(Kenneth McNaught)
“建设一条通往位于这一大陆工业中心地带的港口的深水管道计划已引起广泛注意”(肯尼思·麦克诺特)
n.(名词)

(1)

One who obtains information on racehorses and their prospects and sells it to bettors.
刺探马情者:获得有关赛马及其他们前景的情报并同售给赌马者的人

(2)

One who solicits customers brazenly or persistently:
兜售者:厚颜无耻或坚持向顾客乞求的人:
“The administration of the nation's literary affairs falls naturally into the hands of touts and thieves”(Lewis H. Lapham)
“国家文学事业的管理自然就落入了贩子或骗子的手中”(刘易斯H.拉伯姆)

语源
Middle English tuten [to peer]
中古英语 tuten [窥视]

继承用法

touter
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

tout
[taJt]
vi.

(1)

(常与for连用)招徕顾客;拉生意

(2)

兜售黑市票

词性变化

tout
n.
兜售商品者;招徕顾客者

现代英汉综合大辞典

tout
[taut]
vi.

(1)

招徕, 兜售; 拉生意; [美]拉选票(for)

(2)

秘密打听(赛马)情报(round)

词性变化

tout
[taut]
vt.

(1)

竭力称许[推荐]; 兜售

(2)

探查提供赛马情报
n.
劝诱; 招揽; 招揽员; 谋求工作的人; (赛马)情报员, [口]替盗贼探风的人
business tout
经纪人, 经纪商, 掮客

基本词义

Tout
[taut]
n.
陶特(姓氏)

美国传统词典

tout
tout
AHD:[tout]
D.J.[taut]
K.K.[ta&t]
v.
tout.ed, tout.ing, touts
v.intr.

(1)

To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.

(2)

To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
v.tr.

(1)

To solicit or importune:
street vendors who were touting pedestrians.

(2)

To obtain or sell information on (a racehorse or stable) for the guidance of bettors.

(3)

To promote or praise energetically; publicize:
“Projects for . . . construction of a deep-water route . . . to reach ports in the continent's industrial heartland had been widely touted”(Kenneth McNaught)
n.

(1)

One who obtains information on racehorses and their prospects and sells it to bettors.

(2)

One who solicits customers brazenly or persistently:
“The administration of the nation's literary affairs falls naturally into the hands of touts and thieves”(Lewis H. Lapham)

语源
Middle English tuten [to peer]

继承用法

touter
n.

英汉化学大词典

tout
vt.推销,侦察;n.兜售者

英汉计算机大词典

tout
vt.推销(侦察);n.兜售者

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