- vt.& vi.谋生; 防御，保护; 供养; 闪避，挡开;
- vi.照料; 供养; 力争;
- 第三人称单数: fends;
- 过去式: fended;
- 过去分词: fended;
- 现在分词: fending;
He had struggled to pay off creditors but couldn't fend them off any longer.
He raised his hand to fend off the blow.
I've had to fend for myself since I was 14.
The old couple have no one to do housework; they have to fend for themselves.
He raised his arm up to fend branches from his eyes.
In future he will have to fend for himself.
She has two children to fend for.
I had to keep from being crushed, to fend off continuous attack.
The next day it was agreed that Alan should fend for himself till sunset.
The woman and her young baby had been thrown out and left to fend for themselves.
Garlic is known to fend off colds.
They tried to fend off the questions raised by the newsman.
It is our duty to fend off a thief from obtaining his gains.
When his father died, Tom fend for himself.
They are now orphans and we must fend for them.
This soup will help you to fend off hunger for a time.
Left holding the baby, single mothers found it hard to fend for themselves.
At least I do not have to fend off any cuppers on the street.
Left to fend for itself , New Delhi has steered clear of confrontation with Beijing.
We talked last week about the life of fend [ famed ] heart doctor Michael DeBakey.
上周我们谈论有 名望 的心脏科医生迈克得备克的一生.
He was able to fend off the blow with arm.
The minister had to fend off some awkward questions from reporters.
He tries to fend off these overeager and pushy friends without their feeling slighted.
How could I leave my loving, erratic, harebrained mother to fend for her herself?
我怎么可以撇下我可爱 、 古怪 、 率性的母亲,让她独自一人去生活 呢 ?
Several tribes allied to fend off the invaders.
This medicine is enough to fend off a chill and fever.
The President could not muster the votes to fend off impeachment.
He could also fend off their blows by blocking them with a sword.
She bear full responsibility for herself that two children had to fend for.
Considering the verbal contortions the prime minister generally employs to fend off criticism, that seems unlikely.
1. try to manage without help;
"The youngsters had to fend for themselves after their parents died"
2. withstand the force of something;
"The trees resisted her"
"stand the test of time"
"The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow"