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N-COUNT 锤子;榔头 A hammer is a tool that consists of a heavy piece of metal at the end of a handle. It is used, for example, to hit nails into a piece of wood or a wall, or to break things into pieces.
He used a hammer and chisel to chip away at the wall.
VERB 用锤击;锤打 If you hammer an object such as a nail, you hit it with a hammer.
To avoid damaging the tree, hammer a wooden peg into the hole...
Builders were still hammering outside the window.
VERB （反复）敲打 If you hammer on a surface, you hit it several times in order to make a noise, or to emphasize something you are saying when you are angry.
We had to hammer and shout before they would open up...
A crowd of reporters was hammering on the door...
VERB 强行灌输;反复强调 If you hammer something such as an idea into people or you hammer at it, you keep repeating it forcefully so that it will have an effect on people.
He hammered it into me that I had not suddenly become a rotten goalkeeper...
Recent advertising campaigns from the industry have hammered at these themes.
VERB 猛烈攻击;大力批评;严厉惩罚 If you say that someone hammers another person, you mean that they attack, criticize, or punish the other person severely.
The report hammers the private motorist...
If we turned up late we would be hammered by everybody.
V-PASSIVE （因税收政策变化、经济不景气等）使（企业）受到打击 If you say that businesses are being hammered, you mean that they are being unfairly harmed, for example by a change in taxes or by bad economic conditions.
Look at the numbers of small businesses that are being hammered unmercifully...
The company has been hammered by the downturn in the construction and motor industries.
VERB （在体育比赛中）使惨败，大败 In sports, if you say that one player or team hammered another, you mean that the first player or team defeated the second completely and easily.
He hammered the young Austrian player in four straight sets.
VERB （通常指因恐惧而心脏）快速跳动 If someone's heart is hammering, it is beating very fast, usually because they are frightened.
My heart was hammering. The footsteps had stopped outside my door.
N-COUNT （机械设备中的）锤状物;（枪上的）击铁;(钢琴的）音槌 In machines and instruments, a hammer is a part that hits another part. For example, in a gun the hammer causes the explosion which makes the bullet shoot out of it, and in a piano the hammers hit the strings and cause the sounds.
N-COUNT （田径运动中所掷的）链球 In athletics, a hammer is a heavy weight on a piece of wire, which the athlete throws as far as possible.
PHRASE 满腔热情地;劲头十足地 If you say that someone was going at something hammer and tongs, you mean that they were doing it with great enthusiasm or energy.
He loved gardening. He went at it hammer and tongs as soon as he got back from work...
They yell, shout and argue. For six hours a night they go at it, hammer and tongs.
PHRASE 被拍卖 If you say that something goes, comes, or is under the hammer, you mean that it is going to be sold at an auction.
Ian Fleming's original unpublished notes are to go under the hammer at London auctioneers Sotheby's.