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    heavy查询结果如下:

    音标:['hevi]
    名词复数:heavies 词频:高频常用词
    比较级:heavier 最高级:heaviest

    基本释义/说明: adj.大(量)的;重的;沉重的;猛烈的
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    a.
    ①重的,沉的;
    a heavy load
    重担.
    heavy metals
    重金属.
    a heavy bomber
    重轰炸机.
    heavy industry
    重工业.
    heavy water
    【化】重水.
    The bag is too heavy for me.
    行李太沉,我扛不起来.
    ②大量的;重重的;异常的;
    a heavy crop
    丰收.
    heavy rain (snow)
    大雨(雪).
    a heavy blow
    重重的打击.
    a heavy sea
    波涛汹涌的海洋
    a heavy eater
    食量大的人.
    a heavy smoker and drinker
    又是烟鬼又是酒鬼.
    heavy worr
    繁重的工作.
    a heavy day
    繁忙的一天.
    heavy soil
    难耕的土地.
    a heavy road
    泥泞的道路.
    ④阴沉的,沉重的;严肃的;沉痛的;悲痛的;
    a heavy sky
    阴沉的天空.
    a heavy heart
    沉重的心情,沉痛的心.
    heavy tidings
    令人悲痛的消息.
    a heavy book
    索然无味的书.
    look heavy
    面有忧色.
    ⑤迟钝;呆板;
    be heavy with sleep
    睡意正浓.
    ⑥[美俚]危险的;令人苦恼的;
    a heavy scene
    场面.
    ad.
    沉重地;笨重地;
    hang heavy on sb`s hands
    (时间)对某人来说过得慢而无聊.
    -扩展释义
    【海运】
    重型的,大功率的
    N/A
    a.1. 重的,沉的,2. 沉重有力的;剧烈的;热烈的,3. 大的;大量的,多的,4. 费力的;繁忙的;沉闷的,5. 令人忧郁的;(心情)沉重的,6. 行动缓慢的;迟钝的;笨拙的,7. (食物等)难消化的,8. (天空等)低压的,阴沉的,9. (海面等)波涛汹涌的;狂暴的
    adj. 【法律专业】
    重大
    n. 【机械】
    重载的,大量的
    adj. 【化学】
    重的,大量的,强烈的
    【海运】
    重的,大的大型的,重型的,大功率的严重的,猛烈的(指海浪)
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    词性:

    -heavy的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Somewhat heavy.
    “I’ve been looking at the possibility of making a sketch book from thin card, or from a heavyish watercolour paper.”
    “Muscle-strengthening exercises include, of course, weight training but also you will get the benefits from walking uphill, carrying heavyish shopping bags, Pilates or yoga.”
    “Dahlias love a moist soil, so for these, a heavyish soil is fine.”
    (informal) Crowded with people.
    “Despite not having been able to book, we didn’t have long to wait before we were led through the heaving restaurant to a tiny table for two in a far corner.”
    heavy的形容词最高级形式
    “They are huge birds, up to a metre tall and 16 kg in weight, making them the heaviest airborne birds in the world.”
    “The heaviest people in his study had fewer dopamine receptors than the lightest.”
    “The undergrowth and the weed will be at its heaviest and the natural food available to the fish will be at its most abundant.”
    heavy的形容词比较级形式
    “For early season use most anglers tend to fish the flies deeper and so use heavier hooks.”
    “With drag from pontoons and floats removed, the OS2Us had greater speed and could carry heavier loads of bombs.”
    “Jeans, cords and heavier types of trousers can be folded, as their thickness will generally prevent them from creasing.”
    (dialect) heavy; of heavy mood; doleful; sad; dull; gloomy.

    名词 变体/同根词

    heavy的复数形式
    “Finally one of the heavys leaned around the rock and gave him a quick thumbs up.”
    “To separate all sticks and light foreign material in the light portion requires two aspiration stages to provide a satisfactory ratio of heavys to lights.”
    “Momentarily frozen in front of him were two heavys, carrying chains.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    (transitive) To lift with difficulty; to raise with some effort; to lift (a heavy thing). || (transitive) To throw, cast. || (intransitive) To rise and fall. || (transitive) To utter with effort. || (transitive, nautical) To pull up with a rope or cable. || (transitive, archaic) To lift (generally); to raise, or cause to move upwards (particularly in ships or vehicles) or forwards. || (intransitive) To be thrown up or raised; to rise upward, as a tower or mound. || (transitive, mining, geology) To displace (a vein, stratum). || (transitive, now rare) To cause to swell or rise, especially in repeated exertions. || (transitive) To move in a certain direction or into a certain position or situation. || (intransitive) To retch, to make an effort to vomit; to vomit. || (intransitive) To make an effort to raise, throw, or move anything; to strain to do something difficult. || (obsolete, Britain, thieves’ cant) To rob; to steal from; to plunder.
    “So I sigh, heave myself up, make my excuses, and go outside again to gaze at the views.”
    “Together, they heave the heavy table into the corner of the room.”
    “Every day, in every way, there’s enough news to make one heave a brick at the television set.”
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