简明英汉词典

wallop
[5wClEp]
vi.
乱窜, 猛冲, (车等)颠簸, 沸腾作用
vt.
猛击, 击溃
n.
重击, 冲击力, 乐趣

美国传统词典[双解]

wallop
wal.lop
AHD:[w?l“…p] 【非正式用语】
D.J.[6w%l*p]
K.K.[6w$l*p]
v.(动词)
wal.lopedwal.lop.ingwal.lops
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To beat soundly; thrash.
很响地打;连续拍打

(2)

To strike with a hard blow.
痛击:用坚硬的拳头打

(3)

To defeat thoroughly.
彻底打败
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To move in a rolling, clumsy manner; waddle.
蹒跚:以一种摇晃、笨拙的方式行走;摇摇摆摆地行走

(2)

To boil noisily. Used of a liquid.
滚沸:很响地沸腾。用于指液体
n.(名词)

(1)

A hard or severe blow.
痛击:强烈的凶猛的一击

(2)

The ability to strike a powerful blow:
猛击力:能够给予有力的打击的能力:
has a punch that delivers a wallop.
具有一个能够有力的猛击的冲头

(3)

The capacity to create a forceful effect:
能力:能够产生重大影响力的容量:
“Tarragon's narrow, tender green leaves pack a strong wallop of anise”(Marc Wortman)“Therein lies the novel's emotional wallop and moral message”(George F. Will)
“龙蒿的狭窄的柔软的绿色叶子可以把茴芹紧紧地束在一起”(马尔克·沃特曼)“小说的情感上的震撼力和道德教诲就在于此”(乔治F.威尔)

语源

(1)

Middle English walopen [to gallop]
中古英语 walopen [疾驰]

(2)

from Old North French *waloper * see wel- 1
源自 古法国北方方言 *waloper *参见 wel- 1

继承用法

walloper
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

wallop
[5wRlEp]
vt.
猛打,痛击

现代英汉综合大辞典

wallop
[5wClEp]
vt.

(1)

[口]猛打, 痛打

(2)

击败[溃]

(3)

重[猛]击
He walloped me at tennis.
在网球比赛中, 他击败了我。

词性变化

wallop
[5wClEp]
vi.

(1)

乱窜, 猛冲

(2)

笨重地移动, 东倒西歪地走[前进]; (动物)纵乐打滚; (车等)颠簸

(3)

(液体)沸腾作声
The old car walloped down.
这辆旧汽车东倒西歪地行驶。

wallop
[5wClEp]
n.

(1)

重[猛]击

(2)

(拳击手的)猛击能力

(3)

激动与快感

(4)

(身体的)笨拙行动

(5)

[英俚]啤酒

(6)

滚烫的液体或水
Down he went with a wallop!
他轰隆一声摔倒了!

wallop
[5wClEp]
adv.
[仅用于习语]极其, 非常地
go (down) wallop
唏哩哗啦地落下

继承用法

walloper
n.

(1)

痛击者

(2)

巨大的东西; 非凡的行动

walloping
[`wClEpIN]
adj.

(1)

极大的

(2)

极好的

词性变化

wallop
[5wClEp]
n.

(1)

猛打

(2)

击败

英文相关词典

wallop
bat    beat    clout    crack    flog    hit    jab    knock    lick    rap    slug    smack    spank    strike    thrash    whack    whip    

美国传统词典

wallop
wal.lop
AHD:[w?l“…p] Informal
D.J.[6w%l*p]
K.K.[6w$l*p]
v.
wal.loped, wal.lop.ing, wal.lops
v.tr.

(1)

To beat soundly; thrash.

(2)

To strike with a hard blow.

(3)

To defeat thoroughly.
v.intr.

(1)

To move in a rolling, clumsy manner; waddle.

(2)

To boil noisily. Used of a liquid.
n.

(1)

A hard or severe blow.

(2)

The ability to strike a powerful blow:
has a punch that delivers a wallop.

(3)

The capacity to create a forceful effect:
“Tarragon's narrow, tender green leaves pack a strong wallop of anise”(Marc Wortman)“Therein lies the novel's emotional wallop and moral message”(George F. Will)

语源

(1)

Middle English walopen [to gallop]

(2)

from Old North French *waloper * see wel- 1

继承用法

walloper
n.

英汉化学大词典

wallop
vt.猛冲;n.乐趣,打败

英汉海运大词典

wallop
颠簸猛撞

英汉计算机大词典

wallop
vt.猛冲;n.乐趣(打败)

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