- n.木筏; 橡皮艇; [动]（昆虫的）卵筏; 〈美口〉大量
- 复数: rafts;
As the storm increased, the men on the raft surrendered all hope.
A single shoe sat in the life raft with him.
I watched with alarm as the current carried the raft and its passengers toward the dam.
This paper discusses the folded plate foundation design method which can replace the raft foundation.
They would tie and raft their boats up to have party.
Floating raft system is widely used in the isolation and noise reduction of ship power equipment.
Come on! Let's go for a spin on the snow raft.
别这样嘛! 我们去坐滑雪艇兜风 吧.
This raft rows smoothly.
The Mental Health Foundation's issued a raft of advice to help people cope.
We had found our raft and were very happy to climb onto it again.
The raft came close to the rocks and then sheered away.
I could hear the crash of the boat against our raft.
There was a small log raft there which they meant to capture.
——英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
The sailors got away from the wrecked ship on a raft.
They made a raft and set it afloat.
She spent seven days afloat on a raft.
He clung tightly to the raft to keep himself afloat.
survivors clinging to a raft
a whole raft of new proposals
The raft bobbed along more quietly.
The crew spent two days and nights in their raft.
This is likely to revive consumer spending and a whole raft of consumer industries.
I made for the life raft and hung on for dear life.
The raft gathered speed as the current dragged it toward the falls.
"Are you sure the raft is safe?" she asked anxiously. "Couldn't be safer," Max assured her confidently.
I didn't count on his capsizing the raft.
He has surrounded himself with a raft of advisers who are very radical.
1. a flat float (usually made of logs or planks) that can be used for transport or as a platform for swimmers
2. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent;
"a batch of letters"
"a deal of trouble"
"a lot of money"
"he made a mint on the stock market"
"it must have cost plenty"
1. transport on a raft;
"raft wood down a river"
2. travel by raft in water;
"Raft the Colorado River"
3. make into a raft;
"raft these logs"
l have rafts of reasons for not doing that.
two slices of raft