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ADJ-GRADED 难吃的;肮脏的;恶臭的 If you describe something as foul, you mean it is dirty and smells or tastes unpleasant.
...foul polluted water...
The smell was quite foul.
ADJ-GRADED (言语)粗俗的，冒犯的 Foul language is offensive and contains swear words or rude words.
He was sent off for using foul language in a match last Sunday...
He had a foul mouth.
ADJ-GRADED 易怒的;暴躁的 If someone has a foul temper or is in a foul mood, they become angry or violent very suddenly and easily.
Collins was in a foul mood even before the interviews began.
ADJ-GRADED (天气)恶劣的，多风的，有暴风雨的 Foul weather is unpleasant, windy, and stormy.
VERB 弄脏;弄污;污染 If a place is fouled by someone or something, they make it dirty.
A village's entire beach and harbor can be fouled by a single rotting whale...
Two oil-related accidents near Los Angeles have fouled the ocean and the skies there.
VERB (动物拉屎)弄脏 If an animal fouls a place, it drops faeces onto the ground.
It is an offence to let your dog foul a footpath.
VERB (使)绞住;(使)缠住 If a machine or vehicle fouls part of its mechanism or if something such as a rope fouls the mechanism, the mechanism can no longer work properly because something has become twisted or knotted around it.
The freighter fouled its propeller in fishing nets.
VERB 对…犯规 In a game or sport, if a player fouls another player, they touch them or block them in a way which is not allowed according to the rules.
Middlesbrough's Jimmy Phillips was sent off for fouling Steve Tilson.
N-COUNT 犯规 A foul is an act in a game or sport that is not allowed according to the rules.
He picked up his first booking for a 45th-minute foul on Bull.
他因为在比赛进行到第 45 分钟时对公牛队犯规而被第一次记名警告。
PHRASE 声明对手犯规;声称对手违法 If you cry foul, you claim that someone, especially an opponent or rival, has acted illegally or unfairly.
Deprived of the crushing victory it was confidently expecting, the party cried foul.
PHRASE 不择手段地;采取一切手段地 If someone tries to achieve something by fair means or foul, they use every means possible in order to achieve it, and they do not care if their behaviour is dishonest or unfair.
They will only be satisfied if they regain control —by fair means or foul.
PHRASE 惹恼;触怒 If you fall foul of someone or run foul of them, you do something which gets you into trouble with them.
He had fallen foul of the FBI.
...teenagers who run foul of the law.
PHRASAL VERB 搞砸;弄糟 If you foul up something such as a plan, you spoil it by doing something wrong or stupid.
There are serious risks that laboratories may foul up these tests.