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engulfs

听听怎么读
[enˈgʌlfs]
是什么意思
  • v.

    吞没,包住( engulf的第三人称单数 );

  • 英英释义

    engulf[ in'ɡʌlf ]

    • v.
      • engross (oneself) fully

        同义词:steepimmerseplungeengrossabsorbsoak up

      • flow over or cover completely

        "The bright light engulfed him completely"

    学习怎么用

    双语例句

    用作及物动词(vt.)
    1. The waves engulfed the boat.
      大浪吞没了小舟。
    2. The stormy sea engulfed the small motor sailboat.
      汹涌的大海吞没了那艘小机帆船。
    3. The country was engulfed in civil war.
      该国陷入内战。
    4. A wave of grief engulfed them.
      一阵悲伤吞噬了他们。

    权威例句

    V838 Mon engulfs its companion
    Tsunami engulfs Sri Lankan governance
    COMMUNAL FIRE ENGULFS AHMEDABAD ONCE AGAIN
    Student Strike Engulfs Research Activities
    Galicia Boils with Anger as Black Tide Engulfs Politicians Heels of Spain
    A comet engulfs Mars: MAVEN observations of comet Siding Spring's influence on the Martian magnetosphere
    Doctors battle to contain AIDS epidemic as unrest engulfs Haiti
    View from across the Atlantic. Health care reform engulfs all of us
    Overattribution and unit formation: When behavior engulfs the person.
    Context-driven social judgment and memory: When "behavior engulfs the field"in reconstructive memory.