- n.螺栓，螺钉; 闪电，雷电; 门闩; 弩箭;
- vt.筛选; 囫囵吞下; （把门、窗等）闩上; 突然说出，脱口说出;
- vi.（门窗等）闩上，拴住; 冲出，跳出; （马等的）脱缰; 囫囵吞下;
- 复数: bolts;
- 第三人称单数: bolts;
- 过去式: bolted;
- 过去分词: bolted;
- 现在分词: bolting;
Don't forget to bolt the door.
He reminded her that he would have to lock and bolt the kitchen door after her.
When I pushed his door open, Trevor was sitting bolt upright in bed.
Her mother was sitting bolt upright, scrunching her white cotton gloves into a ball.
The donkey brayed and tried to bolt.
If the soil dries out the plants may bolt.
I heard the sound of a bolt being slowly and reluctantly slid open.
Back then I could bolt down three or four burgers and a pile of French fries.
Bolt the components together.
Loosen the bolt so the bars can be turned.
I bored a hole so that the fixing bolt would pass through.
Being under stress can cause you to miss meals, eat on the move, or bolt your food.
His father kept a tight grip on his collar in case he should make a bolt for the door.
He slammed the door and drove the bolt home.
There was the rasp of a bolt and the door opened.
The bolt doesn't catch.
The bolt is worn and not an exact fit but it will serve its turn until I can buy a new one.
That door refuses to bolt.
Don't bolt your food down like that; it's rude.
There's a bolt on the door.
I shut the door and fastened the bolt.
Is the bolt of the door closed?
门闩插上了 吗 ?
Time will bolt out the truth of things.
He slides the bolt in place to keep the door from swinging.
A bolt of lightning lit up the sky.
Don't fiddle with the rifle bolt.
The public security men drove straight to the bandits'den with the suddenness of thunder bolt.
The farmer slides the bolt in place to keep the gate from swinging.
1. a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder
2. a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech
3. the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key
4. the act of moving with great haste;
"he made a dash for the door"
5. a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length
6. a screw that screws into a nut to form a fastener
7. a sudden abandonment (as from a political party)
1. move or jump suddenly;
"She bolted from her seat"
2. secure or lock with a bolt;
"bolt the door"
3. swallow hastily
4. run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
5. leave suddenly and as if in a hurry;
"The listeners bolted when he discussed his strange ideas"
"When she started to tell silly stories, I ran out"
6. eat hastily without proper chewing;
"Don't bolt your food!"
7. make or roll into bolts;
1. in a rigid manner;
"the body was rigidly erect"
"ge sat bolt upright"
"he ran bang into the pole"
"ran slap into her"
a bolt from (或 out of) the blue
a sudden and unexpected event or piece of news
the job came like a bolt from the blue.
with the back very straight
she sat bolt upright in bed.
have shot one's bolt
(informal)have done all that is in one's power
make a bolt for
try to escape by moving suddenly towards (something)
Ellie made a bolt for the door.
bolt from the blue
A sudden, shocking surprise or turn of events.