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  1. assault

    • IPA[əˈsôlt]

    美式

    • v.
      make a physical attack on;carry out a military attack or raid on (an enemy position)
    • n.
      a physical attack;an act, criminal or tortious, that threatens physical harm to a person, whether or not actual harm is done
    • noun: assault, plural noun: assaults

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a physical attack on:

      he pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer

      she was sexually assaulted as a child

    • 2. carry out a military attack or raid on (an enemy position):

      they left their strong position to assault the hill

    • 3. attack or bombard (someone or the senses) with something undesirable or unpleasant:

      her right ear was assaulted with a tide of music

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a physical attack:

      his imprisonment for an assault on the film director

      sexual assaults

    • 2. an act, criminal or tortious, that threatens physical harm to a person, whether or not actual harm is done:

      he appeared in court charged with assault

    • 3. a military attack or raid on an enemy position:

      troops began an assault on the city

      an assault boat

    • 4. a strong verbal attack:

      the assault on the party's tax policies

    • 5. a concerted attempt to do something demanding:

      a winter assault on Mt. Everest

    • n. a rapid-fire, magazine-fed automatic rifle designed for infantry use.

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    • n. sexual assault that does not involve rape:

    • a charge of indecent assault

      she'd been subjected to repeated indecent assaults

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    • n. sexual assault that does not involve rape:

    • a charge of indecent assault

      she'd been subjected to repeated indecent assaults

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    • n. a course through which the participants must run, negotiating obstacles to be climbed, crawled under, crossed on suspended ropes, etc., as used for training soldiers.

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    • n. a lightweight rifle developed from the sub-machine gun, which may be set to fire automatically or semi-automatically.

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    • n. the crime of threatening a person together with the act of making physical contact with them:

    • officers investigated 531 cases of assault and battery

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    • n. the action of threatening a person together with the action of making physical contact with them:

    • officers investigated 531 cases of assault and battery

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    • IPA[əˈsɔːlt]

    英式

    • v.
      make a physical attack on:
    • he pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer

      she was sexually assaulted as a child

    • n.
      a physical attack:
    • his imprisonment for an assault on the film director

      a sexual assault

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  2. 知識+

    • behind an assault

      Behind:used for saying what causes something or who is responsible for making it happen, especially when this is not obvious. 肇事者 He was thought to be the planner behind the assassination plot on Hitler's life.

    • ”搶灘”的英文要怎寫 ??

      assault beach 是在攻擊沙灘 搶灘 v. assault on the beach。 搶灘 n. beach assault。 2006-09-16 13:52:28 補充: assault n. v...

    • [英翻中]Some call it "stealthing" but many others call it sexual assault.?

      問題在於 "stealthing",如何翻譯? Some call it "stealthing" but many others call it sexual assault. 有些人說這是 "暗地裡偷襲",更多人則認為是性侵害。