- n.蟋蟀; 板球; 矮木凳;
- 复数: crickets;
I have little time for women because I'm married to my cricket, so I'm leaving the arrangements to my sister.
He was at his happiest whilst playing cricket.
I enjoyed playing cricket.
Robin Smith made 167, the highest score by an England batsman in this form of cricket.
Waugh was a duffer at cricket.
There is absolutely no evidence at all that spectators want longer cricket matches. Quite the reverse.
Cricket is so peculiarly English.
By a curious twist of fate, cricket was also my favourite sport.
Sri Lanka's cricket team will play India in the final of the Asia Cup.
There was precious little about the cricket to animate the crowd.
The future quality of West Indian cricket looks promising.
As I understand it, you came round the corner by the cricket field and there was the man in the road.
The standard of professional cricket has never been lower.
It will be the first official cricket tour of South Africa for 22 years.
Their treatment of staff is definitely not cricket.
The handle of a cricket bat protruded from under his arm.
The team needs players who want to play cricket for England, not merely any country that will have them.
Even in Zurich he kept up with the County cricket scores.
Cricket is the archetypal English game.
He felt he would never tire of international cricket.
I've umpired a cricket match for them.
You think Yorkshire is the best cricket side ? My foot!
你以为约克郡队是最好的队 吗 ?算了吧!
Jim failed to hold a catch at cricket.
The England cricket team scored quite a useful total.
In cricket, a no ball reckons as one run.
The other village always beats our team at cricket.
We'll have to cancel the cricket match, it's raining cats and dogs.
The boy traded his knife for a cricket bat.
Neville Cardus, who wrote for the Manchester Guardian from 1917 until shortly before his death in 1975,is now known solely as a writer of essays on the game of cricket.
1. leaping insect; male makes chirping noises by rubbing the forewings together
2. a game played with a ball and bat by two teams of 11 players; teams take turns trying to score runs
1. play cricket
(Brit. informal)a thing contrary to traditional standards of fairness or rectitude