自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 吃 When you eat something, you put it into your mouth, chew it, and swallow it.
She was eating a sandwich...
The bananas should be eaten within two days...
VERB （合理或健康地）饮食 If you eat sensibly or healthily, you eat food that is good for you.
...a campaign to persuade people to eat more healthily.
VERB 用餐;吃饭 If you eat, you have a meal.
Let's go out to eat...
We ate lunch together a few times.
VERB 使不安;使焦虑 If something is eating you, it is annoying or worrying you.
'What the hell's eating you?' he demanded.
PHRASE 完全听命于;完全受…支配 If you have someone eating out of your hand, they are completely under your control.
She usually has the press eating out of her hand.
PHRASE 比…还要厉害；令…妒忌 People use eat your heart out with the name of a person when they are doing something that they think the person named might be jealous of.
A limousine was sent to pick me up and deliver me to the set. Eat your heart out, Tom Selleck!...
I want everyone back in Cleveland to be eating their crummy little hearts out.
PHRASE （尤指客人）把…吃穷 If you eat someone out of house and home, you eat a lot of their food, especially when you are living with them.
Is Karen still eating you out of house and home?