- n.痛性痉挛，抽筋; （腹部）绞痛; 夹子，扣钉; （制靴）弓状木;
- vt.使痉挛，使抽筋; <俚>使扫兴; 用夹子夹紧; 限制，束缚;
- 复数: cramps;
- 第三人称单数: cramps;
- 过去式: cramped;
- 过去分词: cramped;
- 现在分词: cramping;
to get cramp in your leg
He lost all sensation in his legs through cramp.
The swimmer suddenly got cramp.
The swimmer was seized with a cramp and had to be helped out of the water.
My bedfellows are cough and cramp; we sleep three in a bed.
In this case, the cramp occurs to stabilize the injury and to minimize movement area.
The swimmer was seized with cramp in cold water.
My hand is only cut a little and the cramp is gone from the other.
——英汉文学 - 老人与海
Deep late night, he walks pass dusty stairway, low cramp hallway.
深湛的夜, 他穿越白尘覆积的楼梯间, 局促低矮的走廊.
Lamed by a cramp, the young girl limped on gamely and won the match.
It would cramp and cripple the mental and spiritual energies of our people.
Xia Ye constant by crus cramp painful wake, which kinds of vitamin short of?
Les was so jealous that he nearly bent as if with a stomach cramp.
Another technique to relieve a cramp would be to apply a warm heating pad.
The swimmer got cramp in his legs and had to is helped out of the water.
Many of us at some point in our life have probably experienced a muscle cramp.
I got cramp in my leg and I just couldn't get out of the chair.
During a cramp, the muscle will be tender and will be bulged and firm.
My stomach always resembles cramp same, very painful, and be, be gastric convulsion? Either, what be?
我胃总是像抽筋一样, 很痛, 而且是一阵一阵的, 是胃痉挛 吗 ?不是, 又是什么 呢 ?
How to reduce jerky happening and the ache when reducing cramp?
What Is A Cramp?
Winston stopped writing, partly because he was suffering from cramp.
True cramps are the most common type of skeletal muscle cramp.
Holding your pencil too tightly for too long often gives you writer's cramp.
Can you keep swimming when you get a side stitch, calf cramp, or foot cramp?
你能在岔气 、 小腿抽筋 、 脚抽筋的情况下继续坚持游泳 吗 ?
All skeletal muscles can cramp at any given moment.
A muscle cramp is an involuntarily and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.
The swimmer was seized with cramp and had to be helped out of the water.
The swimmer had an attack of cramp and had to be lifted from the water.
1. a painful and involuntary muscular contraction
2. a clamp for holding pieces of wood together while they are glued
3. a strip of metal with ends bent at right angles; used to hold masonry together
1. secure with a cramp;
"cramp the wood"
2. prevent the progress or free movement of;
"He was hampered in his efforts by the bad weather"
"the imperilist nation wanted to strangle the free trade between the two small countries"
cramp someone's style
(informal)prevent a person from acting freely or naturally
cramp (one's) style
To restrict or prevent from free action or expression.
抽筋 痉挛 麻痹