自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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VERB 扫;掸;打扫;清扫 If you sweep an area of floor or ground, you push dirt or rubbish off it using a brush with a long handle.
The owner of the store was sweeping his floor when I walked in...
She was in the kitchen sweeping crumbs into a dust pan...
VERB 拂去;掸去 If you sweep things off something, you push them off with a quick smooth movement of your arm.
I swept rainwater off the flat top of a gravestone...
With a gesture of frustration, she swept the cards from the table...
VERB 梳,拢(头发) If someone with long hair sweeps their hair into a particular style, they put it into that style.
...stylish ways of sweeping your hair off your face...
Her long, fine hair was swept back in a ponytail.
V-ERG (使)(手臂)挥动 If your arm or hand sweeps in a particular direction, or if you sweep it there, it moves quickly and smoothly in that direction.
His arm swept around the room...
Daniels swept his arm over his friend's shoulder.
VERB (风、汹涌的海水等)席卷,横扫,掠过 If wind, a stormy sea, or another strong force sweeps someone or something along, it moves them quickly along.
...landslides that buried homes and swept cars into the sea...
Suddenly, she was swept along by the crowd.
VERB 将…迅速送到 If you are swept somewhere, you are taken there very quickly.
The visitors were swept past various monuments...
A limousine swept her along the busy freeway to the airport.
VERB 扫过;掠过;疾驰而过 If something sweeps from one place to another, it moves there extremely quickly.
An icy wind swept through the streets...
The car swept past the gate house.
VERB (事件、思想、信仰)迅速传播,席卷 If events, ideas, or beliefs sweep through a place, they spread quickly through it.
A flu epidemic is sweeping through Moscow.
...the wave of patriotism sweeping the country.
VERB (通常指生气时)大模大样地走,趾高气扬地走 If someone sweeps into a place, they walk into it in a proud, confident way, often when they are angry.
She swept into the conference room...
Scarlet with rage, she swept past her employer and stormed up the stairs...
VERB 彻底删掉;迅速除去 If a person or thing sweeps something away or aside, they remove it quickly and completely.
The commission's conclusions sweep away a decade of denials and cover-ups...
In times of war, governments often sweep human rights aside...
VERB (目光)扫视;(灯光)扫过,掠过 If lights or someone's eyes sweep an area, they move across the area from side to side.
Helicopters with searchlights swept the park which was sealed off...
Her gaze sweeps rapidly around the room.
VERB 蜿蜒,延伸;绵延 If land or water sweeps somewhere, it stretches out in a long, wide, curved shape.
The land sweeps away from long areas of greenery.
...the arc of countries that sweeps down from South Korea to Indonesia.
N-COUNT (道路、河流)绵延弯曲的地带,宽广而弯曲的一长段 A sweep of land or water forms a long, wide, curved shape.
The ground fell away in a broad sweep down to the river.
...the great sweep of the bay.
VERB 轻松赢得(竞选等) If a person or group sweeps an election or sweeps to victory, they win the election easily.
...a man who's promised to make radical changes to benefit the poor has swept the election...
In both republics, centre-right parties swept to power.
N-COUNT 搜查;搜索;扫荡 If someone makes a sweep of a place, they search it, usually because they are looking for people who are hiding or for an illegal activity.
Two of the soldiers swiftly began making a sweep of the premises...
There may be periodic police 'sweeps' of crime in the area.
N-SING 广泛性;广度 If you refer to the sweep of something, you are indicating that it includes a large number of different events, qualities, or opinions.
...the whole sweep of German social and political history.
PHRASE 掩盖;掩饰 If someone sweeps something bad or wrong under the carpet, or if they sweep it under the rug, they try to prevent people from hearing about it.
For a long time this problem has been swept under the carpet.
PHRASE 在(比赛中)大获全胜;横扫 If you make a clean sweep of something such as a series of games or tournaments, you win them all.
...the first club to make a clean sweep of all three trophies.
PHRASE 使一见倾心;把…一下子迷住 If someone sweeps you off your feet, you fall in love with them very quickly because you find them very attractive or exciting.
I was swept off my feet. I had always dreamed of being an officer's wife.