简明英汉词典

wallow
[5wClEu]
vi.
打滚, <喻>沉迷, 颠簸
n.
打滚, 泥坑, 堕落

美国传统词典[双解]

wallow
wal.low
AHD:[w?l“?]
D.J.[6w%lou]
K.K.[6w$lo]
v.intr.(不及物动词)
wal.lowedwal.low.ingwal.lows

(1)

To roll the body about indolently or clumsily in or as if in water, snow, or mud.
打滚:在或好象在水里、雪中或泥浆中懒散地或笨拙地滚动身体

(2)

To luxuriate; revel:
沉湎;纵乐:
wallow in self-righteousness.
沉缅于唯我独是之中

(3)

To be plentifully supplied:
大量地得到供给:
wallowing in money.
钱币来源充足

(4)

To move with difficulty in a clumsy or rolling manner; flounder:
蹒跚:以一种笨拙的或翻滚的方式行走;走路蹒跚:
“The car wallowed back through the slush, with ribbons of bright water trickling down the windshield from the roof”(Anne Tyler)
“汽车艰难地在雪泥里倒车,一条条白亮的水带从车顶沿挡风窗滴淌下来”(安妮·泰勒)

(5)

To swell or surge forth; billow.
翻腾:膨胀或翻滚;翻腾
n.(名词)

(1)

The act or an instance of wallowing.
打滚:打滚的动作或事例

(2)

A pool of water or mud where animals go to wallow.
泥坑:动物打滚所去的水塘或泥塘

(3)

The depression, pool, or pit produced by wallowing animals.
洼地:因动物打滚造成的凹陷、塘或坑

(4)

A condition of degradation or baseness.
堕落:堕落或下贱的状态

语源

(1)

Middle English walowen
中古英语 walowen

(2)

from Old English wealwian * see wel- 2
源自 古英语 wealwian *参见 wel- 2

继承用法

wallower
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

wallow
[5wRlEJ]
vi.

(1)

(船)在风浪中颠簸

(2)

(快活得)在泥水中打滚

(3)

(常与in连用)沉溺于
wallowing in praise
沉醉于赞美声中

词性变化

wallow
n.

(1)

打滚

(2)

水牛打滚的水坑

现代英汉综合大辞典

wallow
[5wClEu]
vi.

(1)

(在泥、脏水中)打滚

(2)

波浪滚滚地向前

(3)

[喻]过度沉醉于(酒、色等中的); 颠簸而行; 摇摆

(4)

(风)疾吹

(5)

(烟)冒出
pigs wallowing in the mire
在泥沼中打滚的猪
wallow in luxury
过度沉迷于奢侈
The boat wallowed helplessly in the stormy sea.
那艘船在波浪滔滔的大海中无力地颠簸行驶。

词性变化

wallow
[5wClEu]
n.

(1)

打[翻]滚

(2)

水坑或泥坑

(3)

过渡沉迷; 堕落

习惯用语

be wallowing in money
[口]很富有

英文相关词典

wallow
flounder    lurch    pitch    reel    rock    roll    sway    swing    toss    tumble    

美国传统词典

wallow
wal.low
AHD:[w?l“?]
D.J.[6w%lou]
K.K.[6w$lo]
v.intr.
wal.lowed, wal.low.ing, wal.lows

(1)

To roll the body about indolently or clumsily in or as if in water, snow, or mud.

(2)

To luxuriate; revel:
wallow in self-righteousness.

(3)

To be plentifully supplied:
wallowing in money.

(4)

To move with difficulty in a clumsy or rolling manner; flounder:
“The car wallowed back through the slush, with ribbons of bright water trickling down the windshield from the roof”(Anne Tyler)

(5)

To swell or surge forth; billow.
n.

(1)

The act or an instance of wallowing.

(2)

A pool of water or mud where animals go to wallow.

(3)

The depression, pool, or pit produced by wallowing animals.

(4)

A condition of degradation or baseness.

语源

(1)

Middle English walowen

(2)

from Old English wealwian * see wel- 2

继承用法

wallower
n.

英汉船舶大词典

wallow
n.滚进,疾吹,卷起

英汉地质大词典

wallow
n.泥沼,水坑

英汉化学大词典

wallow
vi.颠簸;n.摇摆

英汉海运大词典

wallow
颠簸(在波浪上的)摇摆(波浪)滚进,卷起(风)疾吹翻滚

基本词义

wallow
摇摆(波浪上的)滚进卷起(指波浪)

基本词义

wallow
颠簸(风)疾吹翻滚,摇摆,滚进,卷起(指波浪)

英汉经贸大词典

wallow
vi.颠簸;n.摇摆

英汉计算机大词典

wallow
vi.颠簸;n.摇摆

英汉农牧林大词典

wallow
n.在泥水中打滚,泥水塘

英汉能源大词典

wallow
n.泥沼,水坑

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