[geɪm] [ɡem]
  • 复数:games;
  • 过去式:gamed;
  • 过去分词:gamed;
  • 现在分词:gaming;
  • 第三人称单数:games;
  • 比较级:gamer;
  • 最高级:gamest;
  • 例句
    • 以下这些名词均有"体育运动" 的意思
      athletics :集合名词,常指需要体力与技术的sports与games,特指跳高、跑等竞技项目。
      sport :含义比athletics广泛,指各种形式的体育运动,尤指户外的如游泳、钓鱼、划船、登山等运动。
      game :主要指决定胜负的游戏、比赛,通常有一定的规则,参加者必须遵守,如蓝球、足球等。也作"运动会"解。
    • 以下这两个名词均有"比赛" 的意思
    • ahead of the game
      ahead of one's competitors or peers in the same sphere of activity 领先
    • beat someone at their own game
      use someone's own methods to outdo them in their chosen activity 以其人之道还治其人之身
    • the game is up
      the deception or crime is revealed or foiled (诡计或罪行)被戳穿,被挫败
    • game on
      a signal for play to begin in a game or match 比赛开始信号
    • game over
      (informal, chiefly N. Amer.)said when a situation is regarded as hopeless or irreversible (非正式, 主北美)没有希望的,无法挽回的
    • the Great Game
      spying 间谍活动 the rivalry between Britain and Russia in central Asia during the 19th century 大博弈(19世纪英俄两国在中亚地区的较量)
    • make (a) game of
      (archaic)mock; taunt (古)嘲笑;奚落
    • off (或 on) one's game
      playing badly (or well) 竞技状态不佳(或佳)
    • on the game
      (Brit. informal)working as a prostitute (英,非正式)卖淫
    • the only game in town
      (informal)the best or most important of its kind; the only thing worth concerning oneself with (非正式)最好的;最重要的;最值得关心的
    • play someone's game
      advance another's plans, whether intentionally or not (有意无意地)为别人帮忙
    • play the game
      behave in a fair or honourable way; abide by the rules or conventions 办事公道,讲信誉;按章办事
    • play games
      deal with someone or something in a way that lacks due seriousness or respect 闹着玩,不认真对待
    • what's your (or the) game?
      (informal)what's going on? (非正式)发生了什么事?
      On the way home at night, I relax with a good book or chat with friends or even have a game of bridge.
      Many more people in the States are spending their free time surfing the Web, e- mafling friends or playing games online.
      This is a game in which you indicate with your finger the way through a complex system of passages or paths
      He had also planned the content of his speech to focus on the teams with the best records, the ones that had won the most games in the last season.
      Sure, but there is a lot of traffic everywhere today because of the football game.
      The speakers will watch the game together.
    • Noun
      1. a single play of a game;
      "the game lasted 2 hours"
      2. a contest with rules to determine a winner;
      "you need four people to play this game"
      3. an amusement or pastime;
      "they played word games""he thought of his painting as a game that filled his empty time""his life was all fun and games"
      4. animal hunted for food or sport
      5. the game equipment needed to play a game;
      "the child received several games for his birthday"
      6. your occupation or line of work;
      "he's in the plumbing game""she's in show biz"
      7. (games) the score at a particular point or the score needed to win;
      "the game is 6 all""he is serving for the game"
      8. the flesh of wild animals that is used for food
      9. a secret scheme to do something (especially something underhand or illegal);
      "they concocted a plot to discredit the governor""I saw through his little game from the start"
      10. frivolous or trifling behavior;
      "for actors, memorizing lines is no game""for him, life is all fun and games"
    • Verb
      1. place a bet on;
      "Which horse are you backing?""I'm betting on the new horse"
    • Adjective
      1. disabled in the feet or legs;
      "a crippled soldier""a game leg"
      2. willing to face danger
    • 体育: 两队比赛;局;
      数学: 对策;