hoarse

英 [hɔːs] 美 [hɔrs]
  • adj. 嘶哑的
  • 嘶哑地
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hoarse:hoar-吼,se-嘶。吼的过度声音嘶哑了——嘶哑的,粗哑的。
吼得声音都嘶哑了。
2. 【嚎嘶】嚎嘶的嗓子嘶哑的
3. horse => hoarse => 马“啊啊啊(a)”地嘶哑地吼叫。
hoarse 沙哑的

来自古英语hos,沙哑的,来自Proto-Germanic*haisa,沙哑的,可能是模仿干咳的声音。

hoarse (adj.)
late 14c., hors, earlier hos, from Old English has "hoarse," from Proto-Germanic *haisa- (cognates: Old Saxon hes, Old Norse hass, Dutch hees, Old High German heisi, German heiser "hoarse"), perhaps originally meaning "dried out, rough." The -r- is difficult to explain; it is first attested c. 1400, but it may indicate an unrecorded Old English variant *hars. Related: Hoarsely; hoarseness.
1. The small British crowd roared themselves hoarse, waving their Union Jacks.
一小群英国人挥舞着国旗,吼得嗓子都沙哑了。

来自柯林斯例句

2. When he spoke, his voice was hoarse and cracked.
他说话时声音沙哑颤抖。

来自柯林斯例句

3. "So what do you think?" she said in a hoarse whisper.
“那么你认为如何?”她声音嘶哑地悄声问道。

来自柯林斯例句

4. He shouted himself hoarse.
他把嗓子喊哑了。

来自《权威词典》

5. He argued with his wife so vehemently that he talked himself hoarse.
他和妻子争论得很激烈,以致讲话的声音都嘶哑了.

来自《简明英汉词典》

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