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N-COUNT 激增;急剧上升;突飞猛进 A surge is a sudden large increase in something that has previously been steady, or has only increased or developed slowly.
Specialists see various reasons for the recent surge in inflation...
The anniversary is bound to bring a new surge of interest in Dylan's work.
VERB 急剧上升;飞涨;激增 If something surges, it increases suddenly and greatly, after being steady or developing only slowly.
The Freedom Party's electoral support surged from just under 10 per cent to nearly 17 per cent...
自由党的选举支持率从区区不到 10%骤升至近 17%。
Surging imports will add to the demand for hard currency.
VERB (人群)蜂拥，涌动 If a crowd of people surge forward, they suddenly move forward together.
The photographers and cameramen surged forward.
...the crowd surging out from the church.
N-COUNT (风、水等的)奔涌，汹涌 A surge is a sudden powerful movement of a physical force such as wind or water.
The whole car shuddered with an almost frightening surge of power...
In the year 1091, London Bridge was destroyed by a tidal surge during a storm.
伦敦大桥曾于 1091 年在一次暴风雨中被汹涌的潮水冲毁。
VERB (水等)汹涌;(电)浪涌，骤强 If a physical force such as water or electricity surges through something, it moves through it suddenly and powerfully.
Thousands of volts surged through his car after he careered into a lamp post, ripping out live wires...
Fish and seaweed rose, caught motionless in the surging water.
N-COUNT (情感的)突发，涌现，突然出现 If you feel a surge of a particular emotion or feeling, you experience it suddenly and powerfully.
'It must be very difficult,' said Hunter, feeling a surge of embarrassment for Diane's predicament...
He was overcome by a sudden surge of jealousy.
VERB (感情、感觉)突袭，涌动，突发 If an emotion or sensation surges in you or through you, you feel it suddenly and powerfully.
Nausea surged in him and he retched violently...
Panic surged through her.