[英 [gri:t] 美 [ɡrit] ]
过去式：greeted; 过去分词：greeted; 现在分词：greeting;greet 基本解释
及物动词打招呼; 欢迎，迎接; 致敬，致意; （景象，声音等）映入眼帘
1. Shouts of anger greeted our ears.
2. A beautiful view greeted us.
3. When we reached the top of the hill, a magnificent view of the sea greeted us.
4. His proposals were greeted with cheers.
1. 迎接：当作者返回加油站时,那个年轻人冲出来迎接(greet) 他们. 52. A. fall open张开很大. 年轻人张大了嘴巴,表现出很吃惊的样子说明他没有想到会得到顾客的赏识. 53. C. 作者买到冰激凌以后,返回加油站感谢那个年轻人为他们提供的优质的服务(service).
2. 欢迎：进而舰队到了天上的街市(street),见到罗列的珍奇,包括床单(sheet),见到(meet)织女,受到欢迎(greet),自然都是合理的. 这个故事的原型很多人熟悉,很容易回忆起来:孙悟空被罩在灰白色(gray)盘子(tray)下,没有光线(ray),
3. 显示问候的动作：GetAttentionReturn 显示继续立正的动作 | Greet 显示问候的动作 | LookDown 显示向下查看的动作greet 双语例句
1. Aquila and Prisca greet you much in the Lord, with the church, which is in their house.
2. In Japan, it is polite to bow to people you greet.
3. Some of the priests from the sanctuary and some of the elders of the people came out to greet him peaceably and to show him the holocaust that was being offered for the king.
4. Greet Andronicus and Junia, my countrymen and my fellow prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me.
5. When I was wont to greet it with my lays
6. On New Year's Day, people fiest greet each other.
7. It`s the simplest courteous way to greet many people simultaneously.
8. Love and desire are the spirit's wings to greet deeds.
9. But I made myself smile so I could greet my little daughter with a pretense of happiness.
10. I will only look foreward tomorrow and greet each day, wherever I am with a smile.
11. So it has much time to greet the flowers along the way. It chats with grass. It enjoys the sunshine.
12. It is the Kookaburra and Skunk Kingdoms that greet you today.
13. All who are with me greet you.
14. I and those with me greet all the brotherhood with you in Christ.
15. So when you come home, and I run to grab something to put in my mouth to greet you with, well, that`s what I do.
16. How I want to greet with you, and sit down, chatting.
17. Everywhere you went, there was someone to greet you with a bottle of water, he says.
18. When the sun comes out I do greet it with a smile, slipping sunglasses to my purse and pulling a tank top out of my closet.
19. As the passengers leave the large aircraft, Alice Baker and Henry Fisher step forward to greet them.
20. The love which consists in this, that two solitudes protect and limit and greet each other.
When you greet someone, you say 'Hello' or shake hands with them.
e.g. She liked to be home to greet Steve when he came in from school.
If something is greeted in a particular way, people react to it in that way.
e.g. The European Court's decision has been greeted with dismay by fishermen...
e.g. It is unlikely that this suggestion will be greeted enthusiastically in the Baltic States.
If you are greeted by something, it is the first thing you notice in a particular place.
e.g. I was greeted by a shocking sight...
e.g. The savoury smell greeted them as they went through the door.
1. She often reads and dexterously types responses without upsetting her stride, but she'll stop to greet tourists touring the Capitol.
2. China Centennial Altar is a landmark building completed in 1999 to greet the new millennium.
3. They serve tea, greet company guests and chatter away at public technology displays.
4. Taiyuan will greet September with blossoms of chrysanthemum and the aroma of fruit.
5. Blair embraced dozens of local Labour activists as he arrived to greet around 250 supporters packed into the former mining village's Labour clubhouse.
6. Everyday when I use my Windows Live Messenger, many " red hearts " come before the names to greet me.
7. Obama lingered a few minutes at each table as the Marines and sailors and their families stood to greet their next commander in chief.
8. Many people took the time to stop and greet her on the street, including complete strangers!
9. A second constraint stems from all the crises that will greet the new president.
10. The creature found a safe spot on the partition belts between the highway lanes, waving his " hands " to " greet " drivers who passed him.greet 英英释义
1. react to in a certain way
e.g. The President was greeted with catcalls
2. send greetings to
3. express greetings upon meeting someone
4. be perceived by
e.g. Loud music greeted him when he entered the apartment