guts

英 [ɡʌts] 美
  • n. 内脏;飞碟游戏(比赛双方每组5人,相距15码,互相掷接飞碟);狭道;贪食者(gut的复数)
  • v. 取出…的内脏;毁坏…的内部;贪婪地吃(gut的第三人称单数)
  • n. (Guts)人名;(德)古茨
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guts (n.)
"spirit, courage," 1893, figurative plural of gut (n.). The idea of the bowels as the seat of the spirit goes back to at least mid-14c. (compare bowel).
1. Most have worked their guts out and made sacrifices.
大部分人都拼命工作,作出了很大的牺牲。

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2. The new Chancellor has the guts to push through unpopular tax increases.
新总理有勇气推动不受欢迎的增税方案获得通过。

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3. You have to give her top marks for moral guts.
你不得不对她维护正义的勇气竖起大拇指。

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4. We hate each other's guts.
我们彼此恨之入骨。

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5. I'll only cook fish if the guts have been removed.
鱼若已收拾干净,我只需烧一下即可。

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