hulking

英 ['hʌlkɪŋ] 美 ['hʌlkɪŋ]
  • adj. 笨重的;粗陋的
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hulking 巨大的

来自hulk,船骸,笨重的大船。引申词义巨大的。

hulking (adj.)
"big, clumsy," 1690s (through 18c. usually with fellow), from hulk (n.).
1. He came upon the hulking redbrick hospital.
他偶然发现了这座红砖砌成的森然高耸的医院。

来自柯林斯例句

2. a hulking figure crouching in the darkness
黑暗中蹲伏着的一个庞大身影

来自《权威词典》

3. When I woke up there was a hulking figure staring down at me.
我醒来时,有个巨形身影正低头盯着我看。

来自柯林斯例句

4. " I hate that word hulking, " objected Tom crossly, " even in kidding. "
“ 我恨笨拙这个词, ” 汤姆气呼呼地抗议道, “ 即使开玩笑也不行. ”

来自英汉文学 - 盖茨比

5. We can't move that hulking great desk on our own.
靠我们自己没法搬动那张又大又笨重的办公桌.

来自辞典例句

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