- 英[ bɒb]
- 美[ bɑːb]
- vt.使上下（或来回）快速摆动; 剪短（头发）; 截短（尾巴）; 轻拍，轻叩;
- vi.行屈膝礼; 上下（或来回）快速摆动; 用浮子钓鱼; 咬住悬挂或漂浮的目标物;
- n.鲍勃; 〈美口，英口〉同“shilling”; （女人，小孩的）短发，束发; 轻拍;
- 复数: bobs;
- 第三人称单数: bobs;
- 过去式: bobbed;
- 过去分词: bobbed;
- 现在分词: bobbing;
Flight Sergeant Bob Andrews
Film critic Bob Mondello shares his thoughts on the movie "City of Hope".
Bob slid from his chair and lay prone on the floor.
Bob tried the door. To his surprise it opened.
I've only got ten bob on me.
She'd stuck by Bob through thick and thin.
Bit by bit Bob had nudged Fritz into selling his controlling interest.
"Why?" Pete asked impatiently. — "Yes, why?" Bob chimed in. "It seems like a good idea to me."
Desperate with anxiety, Bob and Hans searched the whole house.
I never dreamed that I'd tee up with Bob Hope.
My dad had a couple of Bob Dylan and Beatles songbooks lying around the house.
Bob whipped out his notebook.
Bob and Louise had prepared a sumptuous meal to thaw out our bodies.
That issue is presented starkly and brutally by Bob Graham and David Cairns.
The record was the brainchild of rock star Bob Geldof.
He recalled exactly what Bob had told him the previous night.
Bob was forced to leave the car at the roadside and run for help.
He served his apprenticeship with Bob.
When she came in, Bob broke off his talk with Jane.
Bill wanted to let Bob join the team, but I said that was no dice because Bob was too young.
Let me introduce Bob, one of the club's stalwart.
Bob felt guilty that he had not made an attempt to save her.
The manager fired Bob because he was always late for work.
Bob is the hero of the novel.
Bob Beamon's longstanding record for the long jump was eventually broken.
After getting a large inheritance, Bob and Alice lived it up for years.
Bob is a fine type of schoolboy.
Bob , who had no intention of working, leaned lazily on his spade.
I ran into Bob yesterday on main street.
Bob is growing old.
She's been with us a long time, Bob.
Bob is running for chairman of the student union.
Bob does not have much chance to win
Bob thought he couldn't go to the party because he had to write a report, but he went after all.
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I hear that Bob is planning to study abroad.
2015年高考英语上海卷 听力 原文
In the 1960s,while studying the volcanic history of Yellowstone national park,bob christiansen became puzzled about something that,oddly,had not troubled anyone before：he couldn't find the park's volcano.
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She doesn't think bob should study overseas.
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She hasn't talked to Bob since he went abroad.
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Bob Herz, the FASB’s chairman, cried out against those who “question our motives.
Bob Liodice, the chief executive of the Association of National Advertisers, says consumers will be worse off if the industry cannot collect information about their preferences.
1. a former monetary unit in Great Britain
2. a hair style for women and children; a short haircut all around
3. a long racing sled (for 2 or more people) with a steering mechanism
4. a hanging weight, especially a metal ball on a string
5. a small float usually made of cork; attached to a fishing line
6. a short or shortened tail of certain animals
7. a short abrupt inclination (as of the head);
"he gave me a short bob of acknowledgement"
1. move up and down repeatedly;
"her rucksack bobbed gently on her back"
2. ride a bobsled;
"The boys bobbed down the hill screaming with pleasure"
3. remove or shorten the tail of an animal
4. make a curtsy; usually done only by girls and women; as a sign of respect;
"She curtsied when she shook the Queen's hand"
5. cut hair in the style of a bob;
"Bernice bobs her hair these days!"
To appear or arise unexpectedly or suddenly.
bob and weave
make rapid bodily movements up and down and from side to side, for example as an evasive tactic by a boxer
bob for apples
try to catch floating or hanging apples with one's mouth alone, as a game
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