• 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • calorie


    • [ˈkæləri]
    • [ˈkæləri]


    • 常用
    • 高考讲解
    • n.
      大卡; 千卡(食物所产生的能量单位); 卡路里; 卡(热量单位)


  • 词态变化

    • 复数: calories;
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部
    • 大卡
    • 卡路里

    High calorie food was excepted from the menu since last year.



    From magical calorie burning pills to fat melting vaccinations, dieters are loosing everything but the fat.

    从神奇的卡路里燃烧药片到熔化脂肪的疫苗, 减肥者失去了一切但就是没有减掉脂肪.


    Most have a high calorie value answering the demands of the cold northern climate.



    The calorie is the unit usually used for measuring the amount of energy transfer in biochemistry.



    In this example, 3000 calories is what's known as a calorie maintenance level.

    在这个例子中, 3000卡热量是所谓的热量维持原有水平.


    And just so you know, exercising while consuming small calorie intake just makes the situation worse.

    如你所知, 运动却摄入少量的卡路里非常糟糕.


    Circuitdropout rate, is an efficient calorie burner, increases muscular strength and decreases body fat.

    同时这种方式可以有效的消耗热量, 增强肌肉力量以及减少体内脂肪.


    They also want compulsory labeling of the calorie content of restaurant menus.



    It is easy to adjust your daily calorie intake so that you gain or lose weight.



    Bonus: drink four cups a day, and you'll kick up your calorie burn by 80 calories.

    你 想 不到的是,每天喝绿茶四杯, 可以让你额外多消耗80卡路里的热量.


    It's always hard for me to maintain a balance between calorie intake and expenditure.



    We store fat on our body when our calorie intake exceeds our calorie expenditure.



    This sesame paste improves your Breakfast By its special taste and proper calorie value.



    Nutritionists say only 33% of our calorie intake should be from fat.



    A glass or two of wine will not significantly add to the calorie count.



    There seems to be little difference whether you eat all your calorie allowance in one go, or spread it over the day.



  • 真题例句

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    • 四级
    • 六级
    • 高考

    Big fast food chains in New York City have started to obey a first-of-its-kind rule requiring them to post calorie counts right on the menu.


    We get a fairly large portion of calories from fast food and snacks.


    There have been half-hearted but well-publicized efforts by some food companies to reduce calories in their processed foods, but the Standard American Diet is still the polar opposite of the healthy, mostly plant-based diet that just about every expert says we should be eating.


    Nearly two-thirds of us grab fast food once a week, and we get almost 25% of our daily calories from snacks.


    If you eat three meals a day and behave like most Americans, you probably get at least a third of your daily calories ( ' , 卡路里 ) outside the home.


    Cooking real food is the best defense—not to mention that any meal you're likely to eat at home contains about 200 fewer calories than one you would eat in a restaurant.


    Sports drinks which are often high in sugar and calories made up most of the food and drink deals, with soft drinks and fast food filling out the reminder.


    Of the 46 beverages endorsed by professional athletes, 93 percent relied exclusively on sugar for all of their calories.


    This means that there could be an extra three billion mouths to feed by the end of the century, a period in which substantial changes are anticipated in the wealth, calorie intake and dietary preferences of people in developing countries across the world.


    Energy Usage: Energy is an essential resource across the entire food production cycle, with estimates showing an average of 7-10 calories of input being required in the production of one calorie of food


    After you exercise, you continue to burn calories throughout the day.

    2018年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 七选五 原文

    If you work out in the mornings, then you will be getting the calorie burning benefits for the whole day, not in your sleep.

    2018年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 七选五 原文

    People who eat slowly tend to consume about 70 fewer calories per meal than those who rush through their meals.

    2015年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读B 原文

  • 英英释义


    • 1. unit of heat defined as the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree centigrade at atmospheric pressure
  • 词根词缀

    词根: calori


    • adj.

      calorifacient 发热的


    • n.

      calorie 卡路里[食物所产生的热量或能量单位]


    • v.

      calorify 加热于


  • 行业词典

    • 体育


    • 医学