- n.鬼; 幽灵; <俚>出没无常行踪古怪的人; 间谍
- vt.鬼怪般地出没; 吓唬，恐吓; （因受惊吓而）逃窜
- 复数: spooks;
- 第三人称单数: spooks;
- 过去式: spooked;
- 过去分词: spooked;
- 现在分词: spooking;
I'm not easily spooked.
a castle haunted by spooks
a CIA spook
We were spooked by the strange noises and lights.
The horse spooked at the siren.
...as a US intelligence spook said yesterday.
But was it the wind that spooked her?...
Investors were spooked by slowing economies.
If you get a litter spook aroud here at night. Lean back ground , put a few lights on.
Don't let the repoter spook you, and you have to behave urbanely.
The father, Son, and Holy Ghost are not referred to as Daddy, Junior and the spook.
圣父 、 圣子和圣灵不是说成爸爸, 儿子和鬼魂.
Or round in circles, added Spook.
Why don't you go inside, Spook? said Aaron.
“你为什么不进去看个究竟, 斯布克? ”亚伦说.
Spook punctured the silence.
Refrigerators . I killed that poor spook over hot refrigerators?
Spook ( ghost ) writers are planted and recruited in politics the media etc.
鬼 ( 幽灵 ) 作家被政治家,媒体等所栽培并征募.
I just learned that my father hd been a spook for years.
Xia zhi xing : unique skill for love 1 : spook house.
Wonder what they're having back at camp, said Spook.
What for? shrugged Spook.
“为什么 呢 ?”斯布克耸了耸肩说.
At night, he would creep out of the house like a spook.
How would you know? retorted Spook.
He asked me about it and I told him about the spook, but Joe just laughed.
I can spook a letter for you, if necessary.
We weren't scared a bit, said Spook.
Spook had no idea that it was coming from his own mouth.
But weaknesses are starting to emerge, and a default by a big borrower could spook investors.
You said it, chipped in Spook.
Nathan and Aaron fell asleep long before Spook had finished his gloomy tale.
Bats that suck your blood, said Spook.
1. someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
2. a mental representation of some haunting experience;
"he looked like he had seen a ghost"
"it aroused specters from his past"
1. frighten or scare, and often provoke into a violent action;
"The noise spooked the horse"