自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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VERB 搜寻;寻找 If you hunt for something or someone, you try to find them by searching carefully or thoroughly.
A forensic team was hunting for clues...
Some new arrivals lose hope even before they start hunting for a job...
VERB 追踪，追捕（罪犯、敌人等） If you hunt a criminal or an enemy, you search for them in order to catch or harm them.
Detectives have been hunting him for seven months...
Her irate husband was hunting him with a gun.
VERB （人）打猎，猎杀;（动物）猎食 When people or animals hunt, they chase and kill wild animals for food or as a sport.
As a child I learned to hunt and fish...
A leopard hunts alone, and an injured leopard cannot hunt...
VERB （在英国骑马带狗进行）猎狐 In Britain, when people hunt, they ride horses over fields with dogs called hounds and try to catch and kill foxes, as a sport.
She liked to hunt as often as she could.
N-COUNT （英国的）猎狐队伍 In Britain, a hunt is a group of people who meet regularly to hunt foxes.
PHRASE （参赛队或参赛者）仍有机会赢取 If a team or competitor is in the hunt for something, they still have a chance of winning it.
We're still in the hunt for the League title and we want to go all the way in the Cup.