- vi.喘气，喘息; 倒抽气; 渴望;
- 第三人称单数: gasps;
- 过去式: gasped;
- 过去分词: gasped;
- 现在分词: gasping;
I heard myself gasp and cry out.
She shrank back with an involuntary gasp.
An audible gasp went round the court as the jury announced the verdict.
As the gladiators rolled away from the starting gates, a gasp went up when the Scottish cyclist's left foot clicked out of the pedal.
Today, we no longer gasp when we hear a teenage girl is pregnant or whisper about unmarried couples who live together.
He snatched a last gasp winner.
She gave a gasp of surprise.
The team were at their last gasp.
The enemy are at their last gasp.
With his last gasp, he murmured the name of the person who shot him.
Even though at their last gasp, the enemies will still put up their deathbed struggle.
This voice made the boys gasp and quake.
She lets out gasp and puts her hands to the sides of her head.
Macro ( gasp! ) names all uppercase and begin with BOOST _.
宏 ( 气吁吁地说! ) 的名字使用全是大写的BOOST_ 开始.
I hope you brought another torch or a spare battery . This one's at its last gasp.
At his last gasp the man confessed to the murder.
But Azubuike missed that would have tied the game, and that was the Warriors'last gasp.
The queen mother died at 101 out her guests at Royal Lodge till her last gasp.
Her unexpected rudeness made me gasp for breath.
There was a loud gasp from the rocking chair.
Ken watched his face in fascination as he rubbed it gently, making him gasp and moan.
The team were at their last gasp when the whistle went.
She was at her last gasp , unable even to moan.
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She managed to gasp ( out ) a few words.
她喘著气 好不容易 才说出了几个字来.
Let us gasp in admiration to also come along together dug!
A gasp broke from her.
Roger gave a gasp of surprise at the traffic accident before him.
The sound of the slap along with her gasp of pain, echoed around the room.
When he was snubbed by the Oscars, there was a collective gasp heard around the world.
1. a short labored intake of breath with the mouth open;
"she gave a gasp and fainted"
1. breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted;
"The runners reached the finish line, panting heavily"
one's (或 the) last gasp
the point of exhaustion, death, or completion
the last gasp of the cold war.