gust

英 [gʌst] 美 [ɡʌst]
  • n. 风味;一阵狂风;趣味
  • vi. 一阵阵地劲吹
  • n. (Gust)人名;(德、捷)古斯特
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1. gush => gust.
2. gush => geyser.
3. gust→guest(n. 客人)→主人对客人说:“那阵风把您给吹来了?”
gust 狂风

来自PIE*gheu, 涌出,词源同foundry, geyser, gust. 用于指狂风。

gust
gust: [16] The underlying meaning of gust is ‘sudden rush or gush’, and related words refer to water or steam rather than wind. It was borrowed from Old Norse gustr ‘gust’, and the closely connected geysa ‘gush’ produced English geyser [18].
=> geyser
gust (n.)
1580s, "sudden squall of wind," possibly a dialectal survival from Old Norse gustr "a cold blast of wind" (related to gusa "to gush, spurt") or Old High German gussa "flood," both from Proto-Germanic *gustiz, from PIE *gheus-, from root *gheu- "to pour" (see found (v.2)). Probably originally in English as a nautical word.
gust (v.)
1813, from gust (n.). Related: Gusted; gusting.
1. As she went past there was a gust of strong perfume.
她走过时有一股浓烈的香水味。

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2. A gust of wind pried loose a section of sheet-metal roofing.
一阵狂风把铺在屋顶上的一块金属片掀起来了。

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3. A gust of breeze moved down the hillside, ruffling the grass.
一阵微风吹下山坡,使青草如波浪起伏。

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4. During the night a gust of wind had blown the pot over.
夜里一阵劲风将锅吹翻了。

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5. A gust of wind caught the parachute.
一阵风将降落伞吹远。

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