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VERB 延伸;绵延 Something that stretches over an area or distance covers or exists in the whole of that area or distance.
The procession stretched for several miles...
He had burns that stretched from his neck to his hips.
N-COUNT 一片;一泓;一段 A stretch of road, water, or land is a length or area of it.
It's a very dangerous stretch of road...
This stretch of Lost River was broader and deeper.
VERB 伸展;舒展 When you stretch, you put your arms or legs out straight and tighten your muscles.
He yawned and stretched...
Try stretching your legs and pulling your toes upwards...
N-COUNT 一段时间 A stretch of time is a period of time.
He was fluent in French, having spent stretches of time in Southern France.
...after an 18-month stretch in the army...
在部队生活了 18 个月后
V-ERG (使)延续;(使)持续 If an event or activity stretches or is stretched into a further period of time, it continues into that period, which is later than expected.
...as anti-abortion protests stretched into their second week...
The talks could be stretched into the summer of 1993.
该谈判可能会延续至 1993 年夏天。
VERB (从一个时间)持续(至另一个时间) If something stretches from one time to another, it begins at the first time and ends at the second, which is longer than expected.
...a working day that stretches from seven in the morning to eight at night.
从早上 7 点持续到晚上 8 点的工作日
VERB 包括;涉及;囊括 If a group of things stretch from one type of thing to another, the group includes a wide range of things.
...a trading empire, with interests that stretched from chemicals to sugar.
V-ERG (把…)拉长;(把…)撑大;(把…)拉细 When something soft or elastic stretches or is stretched, it becomes longer or bigger as well as thinner, usually because it is pulled.
The cables are designed not to stretch...
Ease the pastry into the corners of the tin, making sure you don't stretch it.
ADJ (织物)有弹性的，有弹力的 Stretch fabric is soft and elastic and stretches easily.
...stretch fabrics such as Lycra.
...stretch cotton swimsuits.
V-ERG (使)延长使用;节俭地使用 If you stretch an amount of something or if it stretches, you make it last longer than it usually would by being careful and not wasting any of it.
They're used to stretching their budgets...
During his senior year his earnings stretched far enough to buy an old car.
VERB 刚能够节约下来(或支付) If your resources can stretch to something, you can just afford to do it.
She suggested to me that I might like to start regular savings and I said Well, I don't know whether I can stretch to that.
VERB 耗尽，竭尽(财力或物力) If something stretches your money or resources, it uses them up so you have hardly enough for your needs.
The drought there is stretching American resources...
Public expenditure was being stretched to the limit by having to support 3 million unemployed people.
因为要救济 300 万失业人口，公共支出即将被耗尽。
VERB 使竭尽所能;使全力以赴;使拿出全部本领 If you say that a job or task stretches you, you mean that you like it because it makes you work hard and use all your energy and skills so that you do not become bored or achieve less than you should.
I'm trying to move on and stretch myself with something different...
They criticised the quality of teaching, claiming pupils were not stretched enough.
PHRASE (通常指为够到某东西而)尽量伸长手臂 If you are at full stretch, your arm is straight and extended as far as possible, usually because you are trying to reach something that is almost too far away.
He offered his lighter at full stretch.
PHRASE 竭尽全力;全力以赴 If you are at full stretch, you are using the maximum amount of effort or energy.
Everyone would be working at full stretch.
PHRASE 任凭怎么想也(不);再怎么说也(不) If you say that something is not true or possible by any stretch of the imagination, you are emphasizing that it is completely untrue or absolutely impossible.
Her husband was not a womaniser by any stretch of the imagination...
By no stretch of the imagination could his speech be described as impersonal.
PHRASE (久坐之后)散散步，活动活动腿脚 If you stretch your legs, you go for a short walk, usually after you have been sitting down for a long time.
I stopped at the square and got out to stretch my legs.
PHRASE 牵强附会;勉强说得过去 If you stretch a point, you describe something in a way which is not accurate, although it may be partly true.
It is stretching a point to call this censorship.