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kick your ass的意思是什么?
kick your ass的意思是什么?

kick your ass的意思是什么?

kick your ass意为揍你;踢你的屁股。 重点词汇解释: 1、kick v. 踢,踢腿;对(自己)生气;(体育中)踢球得分;反冲,朝后座;(非正式)成功戒掉(习惯) n. 踢;(一次)踢球(动作);有特定踢球能力的运动员;反冲,后座力;猛烈震动;(台球)球的不规则运动;(非正式)极度刺激;(毒品或酒精的)效力;(古)玻璃瓶底的凹底 双语例句: He kicked the door hard. 他用力踢门。 2、ass n. 屁股;驴子;蠢人 双语例句: I jumped back and fell on my ass. 我往后一跳,摔了个屁股墩。 kick的用法: kick的基本意思是踢,引申可指机器,用于比喻可指反对,抗议,懊悔,内疚,自责,多用于口语中。 kick可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语。 kick还可接以副词,形容词,介词短语等充当补足语的复合宾语。 kick用作名词时,指踢的动作,是可数名词。也可作人的快感,兴奋,刺激,乐趣的意思,多见于俚语。 kick用作不可数名词时,可作人的力气,劲,酒的劲头的意思,常用于口语中。

kick ass 是什么意思

kick ass 是什么意思

kick ass 是泄愤的意思 双语例句: 1、I know you guys are gonna kick ass, right? 我知道你们会给他们颜色看看的,对嘛? 2、Stay in touch and take care of yourself. kick ass 保持联络,好好照顾自己。 3、This is going to kick ass, he says. 他说:这肯定非常棒。 4、Kick ass, until you're sitting behind some big expensive desk. 努力,直到你坐在豪华办公桌后。 5、My agenda is to kick ass and secure the bounty. 我的工作就是搞定一切和确保拿到赏金。 6、He has some kick ass camera! 他有一台特别棒的相机! 7、The fact that she can kick ass and go toe-to-toe with Blade doesn't hurt, either. 事实上她完全可以无伤完败刀锋战士,但她没有。



I am all ears 洗耳恭听

One day, we hired a carpenter to repair our house. I dwelt on (详细讲述)all the details that needed repairing to him. then I asked him, "Are you clear? Can you remember all that?" "Yes!" the carpenter replied. "I am all ears!" I felt puzzled and did not know what he meant. Later my eldest son explained to me that he meant, "I am listening attentively!".

I am broke 我没钱了
One day when I was walking in the school corridor, Anna ran over to me and said, "I'm broke. May I ...?" I thought she might have fallen somewhere and was injured, so I hurriedly supported her with my hands and asked her, "Are you OK? Do you want me to send you to the clinic?" She felt a little puzzled, but then she said , "I'm ok. I'm broke. May I borrow some money?"
I assumed that she wanted to borrow money to go to hospital to see a doctor, so I responded quickly, "Let me help you to call an ambulance to the hospital."
Not until then did she realize that I had not understood what she meant. She told me that "I'm broke" meant, "I'm penniless." I suddenly saw the light too.

Have an affair with...与...有暧昧关系

The president was forced to resign, for his having an affair with a film star was like a time-bomb that would sooner or later ruin his fame.
It was reported that President Clinton had an affair with a girl called Monica.


as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb
One scabbed sheep infects the whole flock.
There is a black sheep in every flock.
sheep that have no shepherd

aim high 胸怀大志
Frank aimed high, but achieved little
Sue: You seem to be worried about something these days
Bob: Yeah. I'm running around in circles (忙得团团转)without achieving anything.
Sue: Running in circles? Maybe you aim too high and you've taken more than you can chew.
Bob: Maybe. but I can't tolerate doing nothing.
Sue: You may take a break before buckling down on (开始认真地干)your targets.

The cat shuts its eyes when stealing cream.
The scalded cat fears cold water.
When the cat's away, the mice will play.

go ape 神魂颠倒的,发疯
He went ape as soon as he learned that he got the first prize.
Mary: Jack went ape. What's happened?
Lora: He made a bomb (赚大钱)in his business.
Mary: How come? He told me that his business had almost landed on the rocks (没有前途,没指望了)only a couple of days ago! Besides, he doesn't seem to be cut out for (天生适合干...)doing business.
Lora: Fools may have a fortune. And this is why he went ape when he make bundles(发大财).

Scornful (Hungry) dogs will eat dirty puddings.
love me, love my dog.
Give a dog a bad (an ill) name (and hang him).
Every dog has his day.
Beware of a silent dog and still water.
A staff [stick] is quickly [soon] found to beat a dog with.
Barking dogs seldom bite.
Every dog is a lion at home.



1. I couldn't care less.
这句话的意思是「我不在乎」,「缺乏兴趣」(lack of interest),也就是:I don't care at all. 或 I don't give a hoot. 2.No bones about it.
意思是:真实的,诚恳的(truly, sincerely or exactly),也就是 to make no bones about it.(bone 要加 s, it 是指 something)3. take it on me!
意思是:「这是我的,请用吧!」「这是免费的」(help yourself to it; it is free),这多半是指吃的东西或一些不贵重的东西。clock in 打卡 come on to 对...轻薄;吃豆腐 come easily 易如反掌 don't have a cow别大惊小怪 push around 欺骗 Don't try to push me around! 别想耍我! keep one's shirt on保持冷静 joy ride兜风 red-letter day大日子下面的网上搜的1. I couldn't care less.
这句话的意思是「我不在乎」,「缺乏兴趣」(lack of interest),也就是:I don't care at all. 或 I don't give a hoot.

2. No bones about it.
意思是:真实的,诚恳的(truly, sincerely or exactly),也就是 to make no bones about it.(bone 要加 s, it 是指 something)例如:
His wife is beautiful;no bones about it.(他的太太真是很漂亮)

3. take it on me!
意思是:「这是我的,请用吧!」「这是免费的」(help yourself to it; it is free),这多半是指吃的东西或一些不贵重的东西。例如:
Here are some candies from England; take one on me. (这是来自英国的糖果,尝一个吧!) (one = candy)

可见 take 后面的 it,是指 something,而 on 的后面通常不指别人,所以多半也只用在第一人称单数 me。
(假如夫妇在一起,也可以说:Take it on us.)

1.clock in 打卡
Don't forget to clock in,otherwise you won't get paid.
2.come on to 对...轻薄;吃豆腐
Tanya slapped Bill after he came on to her.
3.come easily 易如反掌
4.don't have a cow别大惊小怪
5.push around 欺骗
Don't try to push me around!
1.keep one's shirt on保持冷静
Keep your shirt on. He didn't mean to offend you. That's just the
way he talks.
2.cool it冷静一点
Cool it. You are making me mad.
3.joy ride兜风
Let's go for a joy ride.
5.red-letter day大日子
This is a red-letter day for Susan. She made her first sale to a very
important client.
1.go up in smoke成为泡影
Peter’s vacation plans went up in smoke when a crisis arose in the office.
2.hit the road上路
We should probably hit the road. It’s going to take us two hours to get home.
3.shape up表现良好,乖
You’d better shape up if you want to stay on.
4.scare the shit out of someone吓死某人了
Don’t sneak up behind me like that. You scared the shit out of me.
5.pull strings运用关系 (源于“拉木偶的线”)
He pulled some strings and managed to get us front row seats for the concert.
1.come again 再说一遍
Come again? I didn't quite understand what you said.
2.come clean 全盘托出,招供
The criminal decided to come clean.
3.spring for 请客
Let me spring for dinner.
4.spill the beans 泄漏秘密
Don't spill the beans. It's supposed to be a secret.
5.stick in the mud 保守的人
Cathy is such a stick in the mud. She never wants to try anything
I have to go to the john. Wait for me in the car.
2.keep in line管束
He needs to be kept in line. He's too wild.
3.jump the gun草率行事
Don't jump the gun. We have to be patient for a while.
4.jump to conclusion妄下结论 1.fishy 可疑的
His story sounds fishy. We should see if it's really true.
2.flip out 乐死了
Chris flipped out when I told him that we won the game.
3.fix someone up 撮合某人
I think Xixi and Macaulay would make a perfect couple. Let's fix them
up. (Haha,just kidding:)
4.take a shine to 有好感
He really likes you. There are very few people he takes a shine to
right away.
5.third wheel 累赘,电灯泡1.ripoff 骗人的东西
2.rock the boat 找麻烦
3.blow it 搞砸了,弄坏了
I blew it on that last exam.
4.in hot water 有麻烦
5.put one's foot in one's mouth 祸从口出
1.flop (表演、电影等)不卖座,失败
2.drop in/by/over 随时造访
3.drop a line 写信
4.duck 躲闪,突然低下头
5.go with the flow 随从大家的意见
Sharon is an easy-going person. She just goes with the flow.

1.act up 胡闹,出毛病
The children started to act up as soon as the teacher left the room.
2.ad lib 即兴而作,随口编
The comedian ad libbed most of his routine.
3.blah-blah-blah 说个不停
All she does is go "blah-blah-blah" all night.
4.hit it off 投缘,一见如故
They hit it off instantly and have been good friends ever since.
5.zit 青春痘
Why is it that every time I have a hot date, I break out with a big zit
on my face?
1.put someone on the spot 让某人为难
Don't put me on the spot like this. You know I can't give you
confidential information.
2.racket 非法行业,挂羊头卖狗肉
The police are determined to break up the racket.
3.have it good 享受得很
She really has it good. Everybody caters to her every need.
4.don't knock it 不要太挑剔
Don;t knock it! You won't be able to find another job that pays so
5.pig out 狼吞虎咽
We pigged out on potato chips and cookies until our bellies ached.

1.down in the dumps垂头丧气
The players were down in the dumps after their team lost the
championship game.
2.horse around嬉闹
We've horsed around long enough. It's time to get to work.
3.pass something up放弃某事物
You can't pass up this job. This kind of opportunity comes only once
in a lifetime.
4.go whole hog全力以赴
She went whole hog in planning he New Year's Eve party.
There's no way he can lose. He's a shoo-in.

1.get the ball rolling开始
Let's get the ball rolling.让我们开始吧。
2.get on the ball用心做
If you hope to keep your job, you'd better get on the ball and meet
the deadline.
He's a real lady-killer. 他是个不折不扣的帅哥。
4.lay off停止,解雇
Lay off! I don't need you to tell me what to do!
5.knock it off=cut it off停止
Knock it off! I'm trying to get some sleep.

1.have a passion for钟爱
I have a passion for blue dresses.
2.pep talk打气,鼓励的话
The coach gave his team a pep talk at half time, hoping to lead them to victory.
3.pick someone’s brains请教某人
I don’t understand any of this medical terminology. Do you mind if I pick your brains since you’re so knowledgeable in this area?
4.pass out醉到了

5.way back好久以前

1.hit someone with a problem让某人面对问题

2.have it bad for狂恋

3.hung over宿醉未醒

4. has-been过时的人或物

4.have a bone to pick with有账要算

1. let the cat out of the bag 泄漏秘密

2.in the market for 想买,积极物色
3.meddle in 干涉,搅和
4.screw loose脱线,神经不对头
1.hang in there忍耐一下
3.gag me with a spoon我快吐了
4.get a move on赶快
5.cook up想出
1.roll with the punches逆来顺受
2.right off the bat立刻
3.get one’s feet wet参与,开始做
4.get after盯着,责备
5.pan out成功,奏效
1.screw someone over欺负某人

2.down to the wire等到最后一刻才开始做事


5.blow the lid off揭发(丑闻)

1.round up集合

2.put someone up留宿某人

3.take care of business负责

4.take out on拿…出气

5.hot stuff大人物


2.no good很糟

3. have someone’s number清楚某人的底细,看穿某人
4. hot number新鲜、迷人的人或事务,尤物

5. off the hook逃脱,溜掉,不受罚

2.I kid you not我不骗你

3.pop one’s cork大发脾气

4.poke one’s nose into something多管闲事

5.pull a fast one欺骗

1.beats me我不知道
2.beat it走开
3.beat a dead horse白费口舌,白费力气

4.John Hancock签名

5.keep it under raps保密
1.kick around讨论;多考虑一下


3.put away大吃大喝

4.put a move on挑逗

5.put one’s ass on the line两肋插刀,不惜一切