fog

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[fɒg]
[fɔ:g]

n.

vt.

vi.

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  • 雾;
  • 大雾;
  • 浓雾;
  • 雾气
1. His mind was in a fog when he finally got up.
他终于起床了,头脑一片混沌。

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2. The fog had lifted and revealed a warm, sunny day.
雾已经散了,看来是温暖晴朗的一天。

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3. She heard the sound of the guns thundering in the fog.
她听到雾中传来隆隆的枪炮声。

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4. Synchronizing these attacks may be difficult in the fog of war.
在迷雾一样的战争中可能很难同时发动这些攻击。

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5. Some fog warning signs had been put up with flashing yellow lights.
一些配有黄色闪光灯的大雾警示标志立了起来。

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1. N-VAR When there is fog, there are tiny drops of water in the air which form a thick cloud and make it difficult to see things. 
  • The crash happened in thick fog...

    浓雾中发生了撞车。

  • These ocean fogs can last for days.

    这种海上大雾可持续数天。

2. N-SING 烟雾;尘雾 A fog is an unpleasant cloud of something such as smoke inside a building or room. 
  • ...a fog of stale cigarette smoke.

    一股难闻的香烟烟雾

3. N-SING 迷惑;迷雾 You can use fog to refer to a situation which stops people from being able to notice things, understand things, or think clearly. 
  • The most basic facts about him are lost in a fog of mythology...

    关于他的那些最基本信息离奇地湮没无踪了。

  • Synchronizing these attacks may be difficult in the fog of war...

    在迷雾一样的战争中可能很难同时发动这些攻击。

  • His mind was in a fog when he finally got up.

    他终于起床了,头脑一片混沌。

4. V-ERG (使)(窗户、镜子等)起雾;(使)变模糊 If a window, mirror, or other glass surface fogs or is fogged, it becomes covered with very small drops of water so that you cannot see things clearly through it or in it. 
  • The windows fogged immediately...

    窗户立刻被雾气笼罩了。

  • Water had fogged his diving mask and he couldn't remember how to clear it...

    水的雾气模糊了他的潜水镜,他却不记得该怎样除雾了。

  • The car windows were fogged with vapor.

    车窗上满是雾气。

  • Fog up means the same as fog .fog up 同fog
    • The car windows fogged up...

      车窗起雾了。

    • It'd fog up their telescopes...

      这会让他们的望远镜蒙上一层雾气。

    • His hair was all wet and his glasses were fogged up.

      他的头发全湿了,眼镜上蒙了一层雾气。

n.

1. 雾

  • We get heavy fogs on the coast in winter.
  • 这里的海边冬季有浓雾。

2. 迷惘;困惑

vt.

1. 雾气笼罩

  • Steam has fogged the bathroom mirror.
  • 水蒸气遮住浴室的镜子。

2. 使迷惑,使困惑

  • Lack of sleep had fogged her mind.
  • 缺乏睡眠使她头昏脑胀。
vt. & vi.

1. 模糊不清

  • The steam fogged my glasses.
  • 水气使我的眼镜模糊不清。
  • The complicated language fogs the real issues.
  • 复杂的语言把实质问题弄得模糊不清。
Noun

1. droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground

2. an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance

3. confusion characterized by lack of clarity

Verb

1. make less visible or unclear;

  • "The stars are obscured by the clouds"
医学| 大气科学| 航天
  • 1.雾,一种胶体系统,其中分散介质是气体,分散微粒是液体,例如水滴分散在空气中的云雾状物质

fog的全称:

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flow of gold
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