- 英 [striːk]
- 美 [striːk]
- n.（与周围有所不同的）条纹; （通常指不好的）特征（倾向）; （不断经历成功或失败的）一段时期
- vi.快速移动; 加上条纹
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- 复数: streaks;
- 第三人称单数: streaks;
- 过去式: streaked;
- 过去分词: streaked;
- 现在分词: streaking;
streaks of grey in her hair
dirty streaks on the window
a ruthless/vicious/mean streak
冷酷 / 邪恶 / 卑鄙的性格
a streak of cruelty
a streak of good luck
to hit (= have) a winning streak
to be on a winning/losing streak
赶上顺的 / 背的时候
a lucky/unlucky streak
运气好 / 不好的阶段
Tears streaked her face.
His face was streaked with mud.
She's had her hair streaked (= had special chemicals put on her hair so that it has attractive coloured lines in it) .
A car pulled out and streaked off down the road.
There are these dark streaks on the surface of the moon...
The flames begin as a few streaks of red against the pale brown of the walls.
Rain had begun to streak the windowpanes...
Fine shades of grey streaked his dark hair...
We're both alike—there is a streak of madness in us both...
He's still got a mean streak.
A meteorite streaked across the sky...
He got a near perfect start, streaking away from the pack.
The casinos had better watch out since I'm obviously on a lucky streak!
...a losing streak that had extended back to June 1.
从 6 月 1 日开始就频频失利
Brown streak can be hard to identify in the filed , irregular field.
She has had a long streak of bad luck.
What if you are not a winning streak with your stock market selections?
假如你选择股票的手气不好,那该怎麽办 呢 ?
The maize streak virus causes one of the most destructive crop diseases in Africa.
He had a petty bourgeois streak in him.
The notion of space tourism took hold in 2001 with a $20 million flight aboard a Russian spacecraft by Dennis Tito, a millionaire engineer with an adventurous streak.
The notion of space tourism took hold in 2001 with a $20 million flight aboard a Russian spacecraft by Dennis tito, a millionaire engineer with an adventurous streak.
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1. an unbroken series of events;
"had a streak of bad luck"
"Nicklaus had a run of birdies"
2. a distinctive characteristic;
"he has a stubborn streak"
"a streak of wildness"
3. a marking of a different color or texture from the background
4. a sudden flash (as of lightning)
1. move quickly in a straight line;
"The plane streaked across the sky"
2. run naked in a public place
3. mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained
like a streak
he is off like a streak.
streak of lightning
a flash of lightning
- like a blue streak
He can read like a blue streak.
The dog ran like a blue streak across the lawn.
- like a blue streak