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    rock查询结果如下:

    音标:[rɒk] 现在分词:rocking
    过去式:rocked 过去分词:rocked
    名词复数:rocks 第三人称单数:rocks

    基本释义/说明: n.岩石 vt. 摇;
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    n.
    摇动,摇摆;
    rock and roll
    摇摆舞 (曲).
    vi.
    摇动;震动;
    He sat rocking in his chair.
    他坐在椅子上摇动.
    vt.
    ①摇;
    rock a cradle
    摇摇篮.
    rock a baby (in)to sleep
    摇婴儿入睡.
    ②使摇动;使震动;使震惊;
    The town was rocked by an earthquake.
    地震使该城摇动.
    The president`s murder rocked the nation.
    总统遇害使全国震惊.
    图典解说
    Steep face ascended by climbers.
    -扩展释义
    【海运】
    礁石岩石(海图图式)
    vt.
    1. 摇动;使摇晃,2. 使震惊,vi.1. 摇,摆动,振动,2. 奏摇滚乐,跳摇滚舞,n.[U]1. 摇动,2. 摇滚舞,摇滚乐
    n. 【机械】
    石头
    n.
    1. 岩,岩石,磐石[C][U]2. 【美】【口】石块,石子[C]3. 冰糖;棒棒糖[C][U]4. 【俚】钻石,宝石[P1]5. 柱石,基石;靠山[C]6. 暗礁;灾难,危险[P]7. 加冰块的威士忌[P]
    n. 【化学】
    保护物,尾矿,钻石;柱石;不稳定状态
    【海运】
    礁石岩石(海图图式)摇摆,岩石(底质),礁,摇动,保物
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:noun

    例句1. a narrow gully strewn with rocks

    同义词系列1
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    例句2. a castle built on a rock

    词性:noun

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    -rock的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    A pile of rocks.
    “The Rockpile, as Mount Washington is unromantically nicknamed, towers 6,288 feet above sea level.”
    “On the breakup of Man, drummer Terry Williams immediately joined Rockpile with Dave Edmunds, Nick Lowe and Billy Bremner.”
    A landscape dominated by rocks.
    “The money shot is a breathtaking Southwestern rockscape amid a tangle of colorful wildflowers, a scene worthy of mention in America the Beautiful.”
    A quantity of rocks that has fallen from a cliff etc.
    “They were 2,1km below ground when a tremor, measuring 2,9 on the Richter scale, caused the rockfall.”
    “On first inspection it looked none too promising with the roof of a nice 2m wide by 1m tall shaped passage giving out to a loose rockfall.”
    “She wasn′t sleepy and she still wanted to talk to him so she followed him to a small rockfall and watched as he rolled, then lit, a cigarette.”
    (geology) A type of landslide characterized by falling rocks.
    “There had been a minor rockslide and the man′s legs were caught under the fallen stones.”
    “She then jumped into the air and, expelling the rest of the energy, created a rockslide that completely filled the opening she′d just made.”
    “Once inside the cave, all does not quite go according to plan, as an unexpected rockslide blocks the party′s exit route.”
    Ornamental work done with rocks, as for example around a pond.
    “A 19th century Staffordshire octagonal oviform jug with branch handle, the sides painted with flowers and rockwork.”
    “The company is probably the largest specifier and constructor of artificial rockwork in the United States.”
    “All of this takes a high level of artistic skill to create rockwork that looks natural.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    rock的(已不通用)第三人称单数形式
    rock的第三人称单数形式
    rock的过去式和过去分词
    “Particular thanks go to the Summerland Rockers who jived and rocked their hearts out to a very appreciative audience.”
    “He awoke to a subliminal judder and then a hollow, deep boom that rocked through the fortress and was not so much heard as felt.”
    “She rocked the gleaming harp towards her, nestling it into its accustomed spot on her right shoulder.”
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