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  1. cruise

    • IPA[kruːz]

    英式

    • v.
      sail about in an area without a precise destination, especially for pleasure;take a holiday on a ship or boat following a predetermined course, usually calling in at several places.
    • n.
      a voyage on a ship or boat taken for pleasure or as a holiday and usually calling in at several places
    • verb: cruise, 3rd person present: cruises, gerund or present participle: cruising, past tense: cruised, past participle: cruised

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    動詞

    • 1. sail about in an area without a precise destination, especially for pleasure they were cruising off the California coast she cruised the canals of France in a barge 同義詞 sail, steam, voyage, journey, travel by boat, ... 更多
    • take a holiday on a ship or boat following a predetermined course, usually calling in at several places.
    • travel or move around a place slowly, typically in search of something a police van cruised past us my idea of a perfect Sunday afternoon is cruising car lots and checking out the new models
    • informal wander about a place in search of a casual sexual partner he spends his time cruising and just hanging out in New Orleans he cruised the gay bars of Los Angeles
    • informal walk past and assess (a potential sexual partner) he was cruising a pair of sailors
    • 2. (of a motor vehicle or aircraft) travel smoothly at a moderate or economical speed we sit in a jet, cruising at some 30,000 ft 同義詞 coast, drift, meander, drive slowly, travel slowly, ... 更多
    • achieve an objective with ease, especially in sport Millwall cruised to a 2–0 win over Leicester
    • 3. (of a young child) walk while holding on to furniture or other structures, prior to learning to walk without support my daughter cruised at seven months and didn't walk until just after her first birthday about a week ago she started crawling forwards, cruising furniture, and standing by herself

    名詞

    • 1. a voyage on a ship or boat taken for pleasure or as a holiday and usually calling in at several places a cruise down the Nile a cruise liner
    • n.
      an electronic device in a motor vehicle that can be switched on to maintain a selected constant ... I set the cruise control on 63 mph

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    • n.
      a device in a motor vehicle which can be switched on to maintain a selected constant speed ... I set the cruise control on 63 mph

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    • n.
      a cruise with freely available alcohol: I quit my temp job so I could go on the booze cruise during senior week

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    • n.
      a large ship that carries people on voyages for pleasure, typically calling in at several places: the couples enjoyed fine dining aboard the cruise ship

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    • n.
      a low-flying missile which is guided to its target by an on-board computer.

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    • n.
      a low-flying missile which is guided to its target by an on-board computer.

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    • n.
      an excursion to Europe by ferry, the aim of which is to bring back cheap or tax-free alcohol.

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    • ph.
      (born 1962), US actor; full name Thomas Cruise Mapother IV. Notable movies: Risky Business ...

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    • IPA[kro͞oz]

    美式

    • v.
      sail about in an area without a precise destination, especially for pleasure: they were cruising off the California coast she cruised the canals of France in a barge
    • n.
      a voyage on a ship or boat taken for pleasure or as a vacation and usually calling in at ... a cruise down the Nile a cruise liner

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