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过去式：pounded; 过去分词：pounded; 现在分词：pounding; 复数形式：pounds;pound 基本解释
名词磅; 英镑; 兽栏; 重击声
不及物动词（持续地）苦干; （驾舟时）拍打（水面）; （心脏）狂跳; 脚步沉重地走（或跑）
及物动词连续重击; 捣碎，碾碎; 强迫吸收; 猛烈袭击pound 相关词组
1. pound out : 连续猛击而产生；pound 相关例句
1. The housewife pounded the dried bread into crumbs.
2. She pounded the corn.
1. He stepped down from the machine and his heart was pounding.
1. Have you redeemed your car from the pound?
1. 磅：1盎司=28.350 克 1盎司=16 打兰 (dram) 16盎司=1 磅 (pound)材料:金酒 1盎司 干味美思 2/3盎司 制法:将上述材料加冰摇匀后滤入鸡尾酒杯,然后放入一颗小洋葱.
2. 庞德：亲信之一 迪亚波罗(Diablo)暗黑恐怖之神 地点:特雷斯捷村庄(Tristram)、王国城堡、大教堂(Monastery)、西马什王国(Westmarch)[暗黑破坏神之绝对使命] 作品相关 第二卷主要出场人物及地点 主要人物: 庞德(Pound)哈坎巴大陆剑士.
4. pound：lb.; 磅pound 双语例句
1. Size at night is hard to determine: even the sprightly 180-pounders, probably nesting for the first time, looked big when nearby, but the 400-pound ancients, with shells nearly four feet long, were colossal in the darkness.
2. In the experiment of compaction, we used three methods-pound、vibration in the under and vibration on the sufferce, and emphasis on the vibration compaction experiment in the under, together with considering moisture content、vibration frequency、swing、weight on the surface、times of filling eolian sand、merit of compation、time of vibration、the makeup of eolian sand.
3. This is the attitude that Kristy McCready, MD of BitterSweet Partnership, wants to change with the multimillion-pound campaign.
4. And if you think I`m kidding about the dangerous part how about the risk of a heavy metal, very springy, hanging bookend flying out from the shelf into your face which has nearly happened to me more than once or a five or six pound book dropping on your heador your foot—both of which actually did happen to me.
5. And if you think I`m kidding about the dangerous part how about the risk of a heavy metal, very springy, hanging bookend flying out from the shelf into your face which has nearly happened to me more than once or a five or six pound book dropping on your head or your footboth of which actually did happen to me.
6. And if you think I`m kidding about the dangerous part how about therisk of a heavy metal, very springy, hanging bookend flying out fromthe shelf into your face which has nearly happened to me more than onceor a five or six pound book dropping on your head or your foot — both of which actually did happen to me.
7. Glacial acrylic acid, methyl acrylate and ethyl acrylate:$0.05 per pound ($110 per metric ton)?
8. Methyl acrylate, ethyl acrylate and N-butyl acrylate:$0.05 per pound ($110 per metric ton)?
9. Ethyl hexyl acrylate:$0.07 per pound $155 per metric ton
10. If you know you can only take 40-pound dumbbells, don't ever try 90 pounds.
11. There is opportunity coming to China play, I be guide for you, pound 10 a hour how?
12. The Scots money pound contained, from the time of Alexander the First to that of Robert Bruce, a pound of silver of the same weight and fineness with the English pound sterling.
13. The English pound and penny contain at present about a third only; the Scots pound and penny about a thirty-sixth; and the French pound and penny about a sixty-sixth part of their original value.
14. Sputnik 1 was a 184 pound, 22 inch diameter sphere with four whip antennas connected to battery powered transmitters.
15. Aluminum details may be used on fixtures for parts weighing less than one pound. If aluminum is used for fixtures that stated, these gauges must be black anodized hard coating to prevent fixture wear.
16. Heat, a mode of motion developed by such combustion, was constantly and increasingly conveyed from the source of calorification to the liquid contained in the vessel, being radiated through the uneven unpolished dark surface of the metal iron, in part reflected, in part absorbed, in part transmitted, gradually raising the temperature of the water from normal to boiling point, a rise in temperature expressible as the result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units needed to raise 1 pound of water from 50 degrees to 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
17. You must cut off one pound of flesh, no more, no less.
18. You must take a pound of flesh, or you get nothing at all.
19. You must cut off one pound of flesh.
20. The Japanese infantryman was burdened with a sixty-five pound pack filled with his spare clothing, rations, and tools.
The pound is the unit of money which is used in Britain. It is represented by the symbol £. One British pound is divided into a hundred pence. Some other countries, for example Egypt, also have a unit of money called a pound .
e.g. Beer cost three pounds a bottle...
e.g. A thousand pounds worth of jewellery and silver has been stolen.
The pound is used to refer to the British currency system, and sometimes to the currency systems of other countries which use pounds.
e.g. The pound is expected to continue to increase against most other currencies.
A pound is a unit of weight used mainly in Britain, America, and other countries where English is spoken. One pound is equal to 0.454 kilograms. A pound of something is a quantity of it that weighs one pound.
e.g. Her weight was under ninety pounds.
e.g. ...a pound of cheese.
A pound is a place where dogs and cats found wandering in the street are taken and kept until they are claimed by their owners.
A pound is a place where cars that have been parked illegally are taken by the police and kept until they have been claimed by their owners.
If you pound something or pound on it, you hit it with great force, usually loudly and repeatedly.
e.g. He pounded the table with his fist...
e.g. Somebody began pounding on the front door...
If you pound something, you crush it into a paste or a powder or into very small pieces.
e.g. She paused as she pounded the maize grains.
If your heart is pounding, it is beating with an unusually strong and fast rhythm, usually because you are afraid.
e.g. I'm sweating, my heart is pounding. I can't breathe.
...the fast pounding of her heart.
9. see also: pounding
If you say that someone demands their pound of flesh, you mean that they insist on getting something they are entitled to, even though it may cause distress to the person it is demanded from.
e.g. Banks are quick to demand their pound of flesh when overdrafts run a little over the limit.
1. Pound said he was waiting to see if the International Cycling Union would act on the French report.
2. He said another man was wounded by the explosion, which had the force of up to a half a pound of TNT.
3. Uranium prices may jump another 34 percent this year to $ 54 a pound, according to Resource Capital Research.
4. With the dollar hitting an all time low against the Euro and British pound, the 27 year old catwalk queen has demanded the currency change.
5. Madonna has reportedly turned down a 2 million British pound pay cheque to front a new diet and sex pill.
6. She was awarded five million pounds of his 20 million pound fortune after a childless marriage that lasted less than three years.
7. Passing that increase on to consumers would tack an extra 15 cents per pound onto a pork chop.
8. Chop up the chili roughly and pound or blend together with the dried shrimps.
9. They estimated that more than 39 million gallons of fuel are used each year for every additional pound of passenger weight.
10. Dean also is selling letters from the Titanic Relief Fund offering her mother one pound, seven shillings and sixpence a week in compensation.pound 英英释义
1. the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows)
e.g. the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard
the pounding of feet on the hallway
2. a public enclosure for stray or unlicensed dogs
e.g. unlicensed dogs will be taken to the pound
Synonym: dog pound
3. a symbol for a unit of currency (especially for the pound sterling in Great Britain)
Synonym: pound sign
4. a nontechnical unit of force equal to the mass of 1 pound with an acceleration of free fall equal to 32 feet/sec/sec
5. the basic unit of money in Great Britain and Northern Ireland
equal to 100 pence
Synonym: British poundBritish pound sterlingpound sterlingquid
6. the basic unit of money in Cyprus
equal to 100 cents
Synonym: Cypriot pound
7. the basic unit of money in Egypt
equal to 100 piasters
Synonym: Egyptian pound
8. formerly the basic unit of money in Ireland
equal to 100 pence
Synonym: Irish poundIrish puntpunt
9. the basic unit of money in Lebanon
equal to 100 piasters
Synonym: Lebanese pound
10. the basic unit of money in the Sudan
equal to 100 piasters
Synonym: Sudanese pound
11. the basic unit of money in Syria
equal to 100 piasters
Synonym: Syrian pound
12. 16 ounces avoirdupois
e.g. he got a hernia when he tried to lift 100 pounds
13. a unit of apothecary weight equal to 12 ounces troy
1. break down and crush by beating, as with a pestle
e.g. pound the roots with a heavy flat stone
2. place or shut up in a pound
e.g. pound the cows so they don't stray
3. shut up or confine in any enclosure or within any bounds or limits
e.g. The prisoners are safely pounded
Synonym: pound up
4. hit hard with the hand, fist, or some heavy instrument
e.g. the salesman pounded the door knocker
a bible-thumping Southern Baptist
5. partition off into compartments
e.g. The locks pound the water of the canal
Synonym: pound off
6. strike or drive against with a heavy impact
e.g. ram the gate with a sledgehammer
pound on the door
Synonym: ramram down
7. move rhythmically
e.g. Her heart was beating fast
8. move heavily or clumsily
e.g. The heavy man lumbered across the room