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  1. trawl

    • IPA[trɔːl]

    英式

    • v.
      fish with a trawl net or seine;catch with a trawl or seine
    • n.
      an act of fishing with a trawl net or seine;a large wide-mouthed fishing net dragged by a boat along the bottom of the sea or a lake.
    • verb: trawl, 3rd person present: trawls, gerund or present participle: trawling, past tense: trawled, past participle: trawled

    • noun: trawl, plural noun: trawls

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. fish with a trawl net or seine the boats trawled for flounder restrictions on trawling
    • catch with a trawl or seine British cod is being replaced by hoki, trawled from great depths off New Zealand
    • drag or trail (something) through water she trawled a toe to test the temperature
    • 2. search thoroughly the Home Office trawled through twenty-five-year-old confidential files he trawled his memory and remembered locking the door

    名詞

    • 1. an act of fishing with a trawl net or seine they had caught two trout on the lazy trawl up-lake
    • a large wide-mouthed fishing net dragged by a boat along the bottom of the sea or a lake.
    • 2. a thorough search a constant trawl for information
    • 3. North American a long sea-fishing line along which are tied buoys supporting baited hooks on short lines.