fore-and-aft

英 ['fɔ:rənd'ɑ:ft] 美
  • adj. 纵向的;从船首到船尾的
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fore-and-aft (adj.)
nautical, "stem-to-stern," 1610s; see fore + aft. Especially of sails set on the lengthwise line of the vessel (1820), or of vessels so rigged.
1. This factor will come increasingly to the fore as election day nears.
随着选举日的临近,这一因素将愈发重要。

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2. The fore end tube plate of the condenser has cracked beyond repair.
冷凝器前端破裂得无法修理了.

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3. Your seat is in the fore part of the aircraft.
你的座位在飞机的前部.

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4. He went fore to see whether the sail was properly in place.
他走到船头看帆是否挂好了.

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5. There had been no direct damage in the fore part of the ship.
船的前部没有受到直接破坏。

来自柯林斯例句

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