pierce

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[pɪəs]
[pɪrs]

vt.

vi.

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  • 皮尔斯;
  • 剪内边;
  • 冲孔;
  • 揭穿
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1. The company hired the President's special trade representative to lobby Mr. Pierce.
公司雇用了总统的特别商业顾问去游说皮尔斯先生。

来自《现代汉英综合大词典》

2. The knife did not pierce very deeply.
刀扎得不很深。

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. It grasps its victim in its forelegs and pierce it with its rostrum.
它用前腿抓住牺牲品,把喙刺入对方身体。

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. Pierce the skin of the potato with a fork.
用叉子扎破土豆皮。

来自辞典例句

5. Birds'songs pierce the cold air.
天寒人鸟音。

来自汉英文学 - 现代散文

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1. VERB 刺入;刺穿;刺破 If a sharp object pierces something, or if you pierce something with a sharp object, the object goes into it and makes a hole in it. 
  • One bullet pierced the left side of his chest...

    一颗子弹射入他的左胸。

  • Pierce the skin of the potato with a fork.

    用叉子扎破土豆皮。

2. VERB 给…穿孔;给…打眼 If you have your ears or some other part of your body pierced, you have a small hole made through them so that you can wear a piece of jewellery in them. 
  • I'm having my ears pierced on Saturday.

    我周六要去扎耳洞。

  • ...her pierced ears with their tiny gold studs.

    她戴着小巧金耳钉的穿了耳洞的耳朵

3. VERB (光线)穿透;(声音)响彻 If a light or sound pierces something or pierces through it, it is suddenly seen or heard very clearly. 
  • A spotlight pierced the darkness...

    聚光灯穿透了黑暗。

  • Then he spoke, in a voice that pierced the thick air...

    随后他开始讲话,洪亮的声音划破了窒闷的空气。

  • The clock striking the hour pierced through his thoughts.

    时钟的报时把他从沉思中惊醒。

4. VERB 使心如刀割 If a thought, feeling, or sound pierces someone's heart, it makes them experience a feeling, especially sadness, very strongly. 
  • This sound, like all music, pierced my heart like a dagger.

    这种声音像所有的音乐一样,如短剑般直刺我心。

5. VERB 穿过;突破 If someone pierces something that acts as a barrier, they manage to get through it. 
  • German armoured divisions pierced the Russian lines.

    德国装甲师突破了俄国的防线。

vt. & vi.

1. 刺入; 刺穿; 穿透

  • The knife did not pierce very deeply.
  • 刀扎得不很深。
  • He pierced the skin of cooking sausages with a fork.
  • 他用叉子在要烹调的香肠上扎了孔。
  • Her ears were pierced.
  • 她扎了耳环孔。
  • The cold pierced his clothes.
  • 寒气穿透他的衣服。
vt.

1. 冲破;突破

Verb

1. cut or make a way through;

  • "the knife cut through the flesh"
  • "The path pierced the jungle"
  • "Light pierced through the forest"

2. move or affect (a person's emotions, bodily feelings, etc.) deeply or sharply;

  • "The cold pierced her bones"
  • "Her words pierced the students"

3. sound sharply or shrilly;

  • "The scream pierced the night"

4. penetrate or cut through with a sharp instrument

5. make a hole into;

  • "The needle pierced her flesh"
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