- vt.扼死，勒死，绞死; 使…窒息; 抑制; 压制
- 第三人称单数: strangles;
- 过去式: strangled;
- 过去分词: strangled;
- 现在分词: strangling;
He tried to strangle his opponent.
Swift currents may hurl him against an obstacle and strangle his air hose.
Do you have emotions? Strangle them.
你有激情 吗 ?把它压抑下去.
He give a strangle cry and fall to the floor.
I really want to strangle him.
When I attended his lecture, I always tried hard to strangle yawns.
He's going to stab me . What , you gonna strangle me with a Slinky?
Bree: Are you insane? Your thug tried to strangle him.
布雷: 你疯了? 你的暴徒试图扼杀他.
Love cannot be found in market, while money is bound to strangle it.
Tariffs put a strangle hold on trade.
My lusts usurp the present tense And strangle Reason in his seat.
The imperialist nation wanted to strangle the free trade between the two small countries.
I could cheerfully strangle you for getting me into this mess!
Parasitic vines that strangle the trees.
Dave: That's what made Elvin so mad. I think he wants to 1 strangle you.
戴夫: 艾文就是因为这档事而气急败坏. 我想他要把你勒死.
Secondly, the problem should be encountered in the timely communication, anger put strangle in its cradle.
其次, 遇到问题应及时沟通, 把怒火扼杀在摇篮里.
Suddenly my shirt collar felt like it was starting to strangle me.
Agreed. I want to strangle Skip 2 mypoo.
Scarlett felt that she would strangle at the expression on Captain Butler's swarthy piratical face.
To strangle or decapitate ( a fowl ).
勒死或斩首 ( 家禽 )
No Venturi was required to potentially strangle the air flow.
I've seen snakes strangle people and swallow then whole!
The dictator's first step was to strangle the free press.
to strangle sb to death
He tried to strangle a border policeman and steal his gun.
1. kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air;
"he tried to strangle his opponent"
"A man in Boston has been strangling several dozen prostitutes"
2. conceal or hide;
"smother a yawn"
"muffle one's anger"
"strangle a yawn"
3. die from strangulation
4. prevent the progress or free movement of;
"He was hampered in his efforts by the bad weather"
"the imperilist nation wanted to strangle the free trade between the two small countries"
5. constrict (someone's) throat and keep from breathing
6. struggle for breath; have insufficient oxygen intake;
"he swallowed a fishbone and gagged"