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

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    • [faʊl]
    • [faʊl]

    释义

    • adj.
      [体]违反规则的,犯规的; 邪恶的; 难闻的,有恶臭的; 下流的
    • vt.& vi.
      纠缠,纠结; [体]违反规则的
    • vt.
      弄脏,使污秽; 使纠缠; 使阻塞
    • vi.
      腐烂; 缠结
    • n.
      犯规; 缠结; 碰撞
  • 词态变化

    • 复数: fouls;
    • 第三人称单数: fouls;
    • 过去式: fouled;
    • 过去分词: fouled;
    • 现在分词: fouling;
    • 副词: foully;
    • 名词: foulness;
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部
    • 违反规则的
    • 犯规的
    • 邪恶的
    • 难闻的
    • 下流的
    • 纠缠
    • 弄脏
    • 腐烂
    • 犯规
    • 碰撞

    What a foul day it is!

    多么恶劣的天气!

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    I've had a foul morning; everything's gone wrong.

    我今天早上很不愉快, 事事不对劲.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Once you have eliminated the obvious causes of death, you must consider the possibility of foul play.

    一旦排除了明显的死因, 你就必须考虑到可能有人采取了卑劣手段.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

    The house was filled with foul odour.

    房间里充满了难闻的气味.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The water in the swamp is foul.

    沼泽中的水很臭.

    ——《现代英汉综合大词典》

    By parking your car here, you could fall foul of the law.

    你把汽车停在这里可能是违法的.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The prisoner used foul language towards the policeman.

    犯人辱骂警察.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The footballer made a professional foul.

    那位足球运动员故意犯规.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    His action ran foul of the law.

    他的行为与法律相抵触.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    When everything is running smoothly, why must he step in and foul thing up?

    一切正在顺利进行时, 为什么他一定要插进去把事情弄糟 呢 ?

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The footballer tried to foul.

    那个足球运动员试图犯规.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Take off those foul clothes and let me wash them.

    脱下那些脏衣服让我洗一洗.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Murder is a foul deed.

    谋杀是件非常丑恶的事.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Players were warned twice for foul play.

    运动员们因为犯规动作被警告了两次。

    ——柯林斯例句

    He had fallen foul of the FBI.

    他已经惹恼了联邦调查局。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Deprived of the crushing victory it was confidently expecting, the party cried foul.

    失去了自以为十拿九稳的压倒性胜利,该政党声称对手违规。

    ——柯林斯例句

    If they disputed his allegation, Paul would rip into them with every foul word you could imagine.

    如果他们对他的陈述提出质疑,保罗会用你能想象得到的各种肮脏词汇攻击他们。

    ——柯林斯例句

    He had a foul mouth.

    他爱说脏话。

    ——柯林斯例句

    One of the judges thought it was a foul throw.

    有个裁判认为投球犯规.

    ——柯林斯例句

    The report says it suspects foul play was involved in the deaths of two journalists.

    该报道称怀疑两名记者死于谋杀。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Local detectives have ruled out foul play.

    当地的侦探已经排除了他杀的可能性。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The language is foul and the violence horribly realistic.

    语言污秽,暴力场面非常写实。

    ——柯林斯例句

    When he came back, he was in a foul mood.

    他回来时,心情糟透了。

    ——柯林斯例句

    He was in a foul mood because he had been stood up.

    他因女友爽约而心情不好。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Judge Isabel Oliva said last night: "I have closed the case. There was no foul play."

    昨晚伊莎贝尔·奥利娃法官说:“此案我已审结,并无谋杀嫌疑。”

    ——柯林斯例句

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. an act that violates of the rules of a sport

    Verb

    • 1. hit a foul ball
    • 2. make impure;

      "The industrial wastes polluted the lake"

    • 3. become or cause to become obstructed;

      "The leaves clog our drains in the Fall"

      "The water pipe is backed up"

    • 4. commit a foul; break the rules
    • 5. spot, stain, or pollute;

      "The townspeople defiled the river by emptying raw sewage into it"

    • 6. make unclean;

      "foul the water"

    • 7. become soiled and dirty

    Adjective

    • 1. highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust;

      "a disgusting smell"

      "distasteful language"

      "a loathsome disease"

      "the idea of eating meat is repellent to me"

      "revolting food"

      "a wicked stench"

    • 2. offensively malodorous;

      "a putrid smell"

    • 3. violating accepted standards or rules;

      "a dirty fighter"

      "used foul means to gain power"

      "a nasty unsporting serve"

      "fined for unsportsmanlike behavior"

    • 4. (of a baseball) not hit between the foul lines
    • 5. (of a manuscript) defaced with changes;

      "foul (or dirty) copy"

    • 6. thoroughly unpleasant;

      "filthy (or foul or nasty or vile) weather we're having"

    • 7. characterized by obscenity;

      "had a filthy mouth"

      "foul language"

      "smutty jokes"

    • 8. disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter;

      "as filthy as a pigsty"

      "a foul pond"

      "a nasty pigsty of a room"

    • 9. especially of a ship's lines etc;

      "with its sails afoul"

      "a foul anchor"

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  • 词组搭配

    foul one's (own) nest

    do something damaging or harmful to oneself or one's own interests

    破坏(或伤害)自己(或自己的利益)

    foul something up ( 或 foul up)

    make a mistake with or spoil something

    把…搞糟;搞乱

    leaders should admit when they completely foul things up.

    领导人把事情完全搞糟时应该自己承认。

    foul out

    &I{Sports} To be put out of a game for exceeding the number of permissible fouls.

    &I{【体育运动】} 因犯规超过规定次数被罚下场

    foul up

    To blunder or cause to blunder because of mistakes or poor judgment.

    因错误或粗心而犯大错

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  • 同义词辨析

    dirty, foul, nasty

    这些形容词均有"脏的,污秽的"之意。

    • dirty: 普通用词,泛指被玷污或弄脏。
    • foul: 指由于腐烂、恶臭等造成的不干净,令人恶心。
    • nasty: 主要指特别讲究清洁的人感到讨厌的东西。
  • 同义词

    adj.不公平的

    unfair

    adj.臭的;可恶的

    smellystinkingnastydirtydisgustingoffensive

    adj.邪恶的;错的;低下的

    wickedsinfulwrongvilebadlowviciousbaseevil

    其他释义

    odiousbasefilthyunfairimpuresinfulnastydisgustingvulgaruncleanaccursedcursedcriminalwickedputriddirtylowwrongaddlesmellybadrottenblackhatefulpollutevileevilviciousabusivestinkingoffensivestormy

  • 反义词

    adj.肮脏的;不正的

    cleanfair

    其他释义

    cleanfair

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