prize

英 [praɪz] 美 [praɪz]

n. 奖赏,奖金,奖品,战利品,捕获,横财
a. 得奖的
vt. 珍视,估价,捕获,撬,撬动

词形变化

时 态:prized also prised, priz·ing also pris·ing, priz·es also pris·es

常用短语
  • 1.

    booby prize

    n.末名奖品(有善意开玩笑的意思)

  • 2.

    prize ring

    n.拳击场,拳击练习

  • 3.

    prize winner

    n. 得奖者

  • 4.

    nobel prize

    n.诺贝尔奖金(1901年开始,每年在诺贝尔逝世日12月10日颁奖) n.诺贝尔奖金(1901年开始每年在诺贝尔逝世日12月10日颁发),<谑>最高奖

  • 5.

    prize money

    n.(旧时出售捕获船货物后分给立功官兵的)捕获赏金

与 prize 相关的例句
  • 1.

    她抽到了得奖的彩票.

    She had the prize-winning lottery ticket.

  • 2.

    你根本没机会得奖。

    You haven't an earthly chance to win the prize.

  • 3.

    牛仔把他得奖的公牛引导入内。

    The cowboy led in his prize winning Bull.

  • 4.

    胜利者得奖。

    Whoever wins will get a prize .

  • 5.

    评判员都同意把奖品给约翰。

    The judge all concur in give john the prize.

英英解释

共3个名词解释

1.

something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery
[] award,prize
    []
  1. the prize was a free trip to Europe

2.

goods or money obtained illegally
[] dirty money,booty,loot,pillage,plunder,prize,swag

3.

something given as a token of victory
[] prize,trophy

共3个动词解释

1.

hold dear
[] appreciate,prize,treasure,value
    []
  1. I prize these old photographs

2.

regard highly; think much of
[] esteem,prise,prize,respect,value
[] disesteem,disrespect
    []
  1. I respect his judgement
  2. We prize his creativity

3.

to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open
[] jimmy,lever,prise,prize,pry
    []
  1. The burglar jimmied the lock
  2. Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail

共1个形容词解释

1.

of superior grade
[] prime,prize,quality,select,choice
    []
  1. choice wines
  2. prime beef
  3. prize carnations
  4. quality paper
  5. select peaches

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