- 美[ˈɡɔntlɪt, ˈɡɑnt-]
- n.（中世纪武士用的）金属手套; （骑马，击剑等用的）长手套; 交叉射击; 严酷考验;
- 复数: gauntlets;
She picked up the gauntlet in her incisive Keynote Address to the Conference.
Luxury car firm Jaguar has thrown down the gauntlet to competitors by giving the best guarantee on the market.
Whoever decides to take up the gauntlet and challenge the Prime Minister will have a tough battle.
The trade unions have thrown down the gauntlet.
He ran the gauntlet of newspaper attacks.
Are you ready to pick up the gauntlet?
你做好应战准备了 吗 ?
And she brought you through the Gauntlet by herself?
Frank was supposed to take you down the Gauntlet, right?
弗兰克因该带你们驶下哥特列特的, 对 吗 ?
He said he always wanted to try the Gauntlet.
I'd like to try the Gauntlet myself, but people aren't allowed to do it anymore.
He stood between his teammates and snapped on his own Jackal gauntlet.
Once Bill threw down the gauntlet, I had to fight.
He threw down the gauntlet and I accepted his challenge.
Fallen World , separated from the material realm by the Gauntlet.
The American colonies threw down the gauntlet to the motherland.
1. to offer or accept a challenge;
"threw down the gauntlet"
"took up the gauntlet"
2. a glove of armored leather; protects the hand
3. a glove with long sleeve
4. a form of punishment in which a person is forced to run between two lines of men facing each other and armed with clubs or whips to beat the victim
take up (或 throw down) the gauntlet
accept (or issue) a challenge