- v.挤; 压坏，捣碎; 镇压; 使消沉
- n.拥挤的人群; 迷恋，爱慕
- 复数: crushes;
- 第三人称单数: crushes;
- 过去式: crushed;
- 过去分词: crushed;
- 现在分词: crushing;
How many tons of ore can this machine crush in an hour?
This machine is used to crush the rock up for road building.
If she says bird is alive, I'll quickly crush it and show her dead bird.
They crush your people, O LORD; they oppress your inheritance.
耶和华阿, 他们强压你的百姓, 苦害你的产业.
It is very important for crush barrier to influence on ambient environment.
You never knew I had a crush on you.
They crush the juice out of the fruit by treading it.
Bend or crush ( sth ) so as to spoil its natural shape.
扭曲或挤压 ( 某物 ) 使之变形.
Ben has a crush on his music teacher.
Don't crush the glass.
The more the worms writhe , the more I crush out their entrails!
It is suitable to crush various kinds of ores and rocks medium or above medium hardness.
NO space the public voice will crush you.
Or is it a crush?
Some of the girls have a crush on one of the teachers.
They crush Your people, O Lord, And afflict Your heritage.
诗94:5耶和华阿 、 他们强压你的百姓 、 苦害你的产业.
The Shatterer can crush infantry, as per a tier 1 tank unit.
This machine is made to crush the rock into powder.
You can't crush so many people into the classroom.
There was such a crush on the train that I could hardly breathe.
I'll crush the juice out of oranges for you.
I'd got over my schoolgirl crush.
Put both vegetables into a bowl and crush with a potato masher.
They reckoned he was a hatchet man, out to shred the workforce and crush the union.
Peel and crush the garlic.
The government is trying to crush a secessionist movement.
She had a crush on you, you know.
Three people were asphyxiated in the crush for last week's train.
1. leather that has had its grain pattern accentuated
2. a dense crowd of people
3. temporary love of an adolescent
4. the act of crushing
1. come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority;
"The government oppresses political activists"
2. to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition;
"crush an aluminum can"
"squeeze a lemon"
3. come out better in a competition, race, or conflict;
"Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"
"We beat the competition"
"Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
4. break into small pieces;
"The car crushed the toy"
5. humiliate or depress completely;
"She was crushed by his refusal of her invitation"
"The death of her son smashed her"
6. crush or bruise;
"jam a toe"
7. make ineffective;
"Martin Luther King tried to break down racial discrimination"
8. become injured, broken, or distorted by pressure;
"The plastic bottle crushed against the wall"
crush 压碎, 碾碎, 压服, 压垮
crush破,爆裂→v.压碎, 碾碎, 压服, 压垮
break, burst, crack, crush, fracture, shatter, smash
- have a crush on somebody
She has a crush on the new gym mistress.
- have a crush on somebody