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  1. stroke

    • IPA[strəʊk]

    英式

    • n.
      an act of hitting or striking someone or something; a blow;a method of striking the ball in sports or games.
    • v.
      move one's hand with gentle pressure over (a surface), typically repeatedly; caress;apply (something) to a surface using a gentle movement
    • verb: stroke, 3rd person present: strokes, gerund or present participle: stroking, past tense: stroked, past participle: stroked

    • noun: stroke, plural noun: strokes

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. an act of hitting or striking someone or something; a blow he received three strokes of the cane 同義詞 blow, hit, thump, thwack, punch, ... 更多
    • a method of striking the ball in sports or games. 同義詞 shot, hit, strike
    • an act of hitting the ball with a club, as a unit of scoring he won by two strokes
    • the sound made by a striking clock the first stroke would belt out from the clock 同義詞 peal, ring, knell, striking, ding-dong, ... 更多
    • 2. a mark made by drawing a pen, pencil, or paintbrush in one direction across paper or canvas the paint had been applied in careful, regular strokes 同義詞 mark, line, slash, solidus, virgule
    • a line forming part of a written or printed character.
    • a short printed or written diagonal line typically separating characters or figures.
    • 3. an act of moving one's hand across a surface with gentle pressure massage the cream into your skin using light upward strokes
    • 4. each of a series of movements in which something moves out of its position and back into it the ray swam with effortless strokes of its huge wings 同義詞 movement, action, motion, move
    • the whole motion of a piston in either direction.
    • the rhythm to which a series of repeated movements is performed the rowers sing to keep their stroke
    • a movement of the arms and legs forming one of a series in swimming I slipped into the water and swam a few strokes 同義詞 movement, action, motion, move
    • a particular style of moving the arms and legs in swimming front crawl is a popular stroke
    • (in rowing) the mode or action of moving the oar.
    • the oar or oarsman nearest the stern of a boat, setting the timing for the other rowers.
    • 5. a sudden disabling attack or loss of consciousness caused by an interruption in the flow of blood to the brain, especially through thrombosis he was left disabled by a stroke smoking increases the risk of stroke 同義詞 thrombosis, embolism, cerebral vascular accident, CVA, cerebral haemorrhage, ... 更多

    動詞

    • 1. move one's hand with gentle pressure over (a surface), typically repeatedly; caress he put his hand on her hair and stroked it
    • apply (something) to a surface using a gentle movement she strokes blue eyeshadow on her eyelids
    • North American informal reassure or flatter (someone), especially in order to gain their cooperation production executives were expert at stroking stars and brokering talent
    • 2. act as the stroke of (a boat or crew) he stroked the coxed four to victory
    • 3. hit or kick (a ball) smoothly and deliberately Markwick stroked the ball home