- n.尖状物; （防滑）鞋钉; 穗; 猛增
- vt.加烈酒于; 用尖物刺入; 阻止…传播；拒绝发表
- 复数: spikes;
- 第三人称单数: spikes;
- 过去式: spiked;
- 过去分词: spiked;
- 现在分词: spiking;
If no. 6 had set up better, Louis would have made a terrific spike.
That could limit the next spike in commodity prices once the economy recovers.
They'll do anything to spike the guns of the opposition.
The probability curve would have collapsed to a narrow spike.
The seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor.
You can plant a Booby Trap on a Tiberium Spike.
The turning on current spike is low.
What type of a spike would be classified as a Kill with the proposed tryout system?
Eg: Car sales spike in this month, but will return to normal next month.
Much of the companies'revenue during the recent spike in oil prices went to taxes.
Nor will the news that murders jumped by 5 % — the biggest spike in 15 years.
Two guys working to spike the Maryland state water supply.
However, the chances were high spike ambush.
Regular like spike wave and poly spike wave were found in mastication.
The desired operator is the spike doublet of Figure 40.
A design of voltage spike generator based on microprocessor unit is introduced.
We found that SCTP is vulnerable to spurious timeout resulting from the delay spike.
我们发现延迟刺会使SCTP发生 假超时,并使SCTP备用路径 上的拥塞窗口错误地增加.
Will the sharp increase in Chinese bank lending in a spike in NPLs?
A spike is quicker than a slam.
The seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the trembler.
Spike work like the first generation!
The orcs throw Spike into a cage.
Her first major role was in Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" and she followed this with a part in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever".
There is a lengthy article on Spike Milligan in the Observer newspaper.
Although you'd think business would have boomed during the war, there was only a small spike in interest.
Spike Milligan has finally got the gong he had been promised.
1. a transient variation in voltage or current
2. sports equipment consisting of a sharp point on the sole of a shoe worn by athletes;
"spikes provide greater traction"
3. fruiting spike of a cereal plant especially corn
4. (botany) an indeterminate inflorescence bearing sessile flowers on an unbranched axis
5. a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline;
"the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor"
6. a sharp-pointed projection along the top of a fence or wall
7. a long sharp-pointed implement (wood or metal)
8. any holding device consisting of a long sharp-pointed object
9. a long metal nail
1. stand in the way of
2. pierce with a sharp stake or point;
"impale a shrimp on a skewer"
3. secure with spikes
4. bring forth a spike or spikes;
"my hyacinths and orchids are spiking now"
5. add alcohol beverages
6. manifest a sharp increase;
"the voltage spiked"
spike someone's guns
thwart someone's plans
棒球鞋 鞋底钉 镐尖 用鞋钉碰人 扣球