hiccup

英 ['hɪkʌp] 美 ['hɪkəp]
  • n. 打嗝
  • vi. 打嗝
  • vt. 呃逆着(或间断地)说出
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1. 电影《驯龙高手》:故事的主人公是一个叫希卡普(Hiccup)的维京少年,又被意译为昵称:小嗝嗝。
hiccup 打嗝

拟声词,模仿打嗝的声音。

hiccup (n.)
1570s, hickop, earlier hicket, hyckock, "a word meant to imitate the sound produced by the convulsion of the diaphragm" [Abram Smythe Farmer, "Folk-Etymology," London, 1882]. Compare French hoquet, Danish hikke, etc. Modern spelling first recorded 1788; An Old English word for it was ælfsogoða, so called because hiccups were thought to be caused by elves.
hiccup (v.)
1580s; see hiccup (n.).
1. A recent sales hiccup is nothing to panic about.
用不着为最近销售上出现的一点小问题感到惊慌。

来自柯林斯例句

2. She gave a loud hiccup.
她打了一个响嗝。

来自《权威词典》

3. Despite the occasional hiccup, the US and Laos have had quite cordial relations.
尽管偶尔出现一些小的磕碰,美国和老挝一直保持着很友好的关系。

来自柯林斯例句

4. This one defeat was the only hiccup in the team's steady progress up the League.
这次失利只是球队在朝联赛稳步前进的道路上唯一的小挫折.

来自《简明英汉词典》

5. There's been a slight hiccup in our mailing system.
我们的邮政系统临时出了一点小问题.

来自辞典例句

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