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sweep [ swi:p] vt.扫;刮起;扫过

sweep clean 扫,清洁

sweep off 拂去;大量清除

sweep [swi:p] v.清扫,席卷,冲光,扫过

囊括 complete a sweep

清明节 Pure Bright Festival; Tomb Sweeping Day

新官上任三把火 a new broom sweeps clean

clean sweep 全胜

新官上任三把火 a new broom sweeps clean

扫雷直升机 mine-sweeping helicopter

扫雷坦克 mine-sweeping tank

扫雷舰 mine sweeping vessel

piston swept volume

swept volume

swept-body dump truck

Everyone works, from the boy who sweeps the floor up to the President.

Everyone works, from the boy who sweeps the floor up to the President.

Everyone works, from the President down to the boy who sweeps the floor.

She swept the floor clean.

This floor needs a good sweep.

Please sweep the floor. *sweep“扫”、“打扫”。

You swept me off my feet.

She was wearing a full-length skirt which swept the ground.

A new broom sweeps clean.

If each would sweep before his own door, we should have a clean city (or street).

New brooms sweep clean.

Sweep before your own door.

Expanded time-base sweep 时基线展宽

Sweep 扫描

Sweep range 扫描范围

Sweep speed 扫描速度

Swept gain 扫描增益

He swept her off her feet.(俗语)他对她可着迷了。

clean sweep 全胜

摆荡 sweep

打扫 [dǎ sǎo] /to clean/to sweep/

荡 [dàng] /a pond/pool/wash/squander/sweep away/move/shake/dissolute/

横扫 [héng sǎo] /to sweep away/

卷 [juǎn] /to roll (up)/to sweep up/to carry on/

清扫 [qīng sǎo] /to tidy up/to mop up/a sweep (against crime)/

扫 [sǎo] /to sweep/

扫除 [sǎo chú] /(v) sweep away/

势如破竹 [shì rú pò zhú] /sweeping/

席卷 [xí juǎn] /engulf/sweep/carry away everything/

席卷亚洲 [xí juǎn yà zhōu] /to sweep through Asia/

The world is going through the biggest wave of mergers and acquisitions ever witnessed.
The process sweeps from hyperactive America to Europe and reaches the emerging countries with unsurpassed might.
Many in these countries are looking at this process and worrying: "Won't the wave of business concentration turn into an uncontrollable anti-competitive force?"

Foreign-made cars and textiles were sweeping into the domestic market.

{adj: accidental, inadvertent} without intention (especially resulting from heedless action)
"with an inadvertent gesture she swept the vase off the table"
"accidental poisoning"
"an accidental shooting"

{adj: atrocious, abominable, awful, dreadful, painful, terrible, unspeakable} exceptionally bad or displeasing
"atrocious taste"
"abominable workmanship"
"an awful voice"
"dreadful manners"
"a painful performance"
"terrible handwriting"
"an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"

{adj: buffeted, storm-tossed, tempest-tossed, tempest-tost, tempest-swept} pounded or hit repeatedly by storms or adversities

{adj: clean} thorough and without qualification
"a clean getaway"
"a clean sweep"
"a clean break"

{adj: enormous, tremendous} extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree
"an enormous boulder"
"enormous expenses"
"tremendous sweeping plains"
"a tremendous fact in human experience; that a whole civilization should be dependent on technology"- Walter Lippman
"a plane took off with a tremendous noise"

{adj: slashed} patterned by having color applied with sweeping strokes
"brown iris...slashed with yellow"- Willa Cather

{adj: sweeping, wholesale} ignoring distinctions
"sweeping generalizations"
"wholesale destruction"

{adj: sweeping} taking in or moving over (or as if over) a wide area; often used in combination
"a sweeping glance"
"a wide-sweeping view of the river"

{adj: swept} possessing sweep
"the sleek swept wings of the plane"
<-> unswept

{adj: unimpeded} not slowed or prevented
"a time of unimpeded growth"
"an unimpeded sweep of meadows and hills afforded a peaceful setting"

{adj: unswept} not having been swept
"unswept floors"

{adj: unswept} not swept or having sweep
"a boxy little plane with square unswept wings"
<-> swept

{adj: water-washed} washed or swept with water especially waves of the sea

{adj: windswept} open to or swept by wind
"windswept headlands"

{adv: sweepingly} in a sweeping manner
"he sweepingly condemned the entire population of the country for the war crimes"

{n: Colorado spruce, Colorado blue spruce, silver spruce, Picea pungens} tall spruce with blue-green needles and dense conic crown; older trees become columnar with lower branches sweeping downward

{n: Golden Horde} a Mongolian army that swept over eastern Europe in the 13th century

{n: Kepler's second law, law of areas, law of equal areas} a law concerning the speed at which planets travel; a line connecting a planet to the sun will sweep out equal areas in equal times
"Kepler's second law means that a planet's orbital speed changes with its distance from the sun"

{n: breaststroke} a swimming stroke; the arms are extended together in front of the head and swept back on either side accompanied by a frog kick

{n: broom} a cleaning implement for sweeping; bundle of straws or twigs attached to a long handle

{n: chimneysweeper, chimneysweep, sweep} someone who cleans soot from chimneys

{n: dustpan} a short-handled receptacle into which dust can be swept

{n: end run, sweep} (American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running around the end of the line

{n: flash, flashing} a short vivid experience
"a flash of emotion swept over him"
"the flashings of pain were a warning"

{n: pompadour} a hair style in which the front hair is swept up from the forehead

{n: precession} the motion of a spinning body (as a top) in which it wobbles so that the axis of rotation sweeps out a cone

{n: series} (sports) several contests played successively by the same teams
"the visiting team swept the series"

{n: slam, sweep} winning all or all but one of the tricks in bridge

{n: slash, gash} a strong sweeping cut made with a sharp instrument

{n: sweep hand, sweep-second} a second hand that is mounted on the same center as the hour and minute hand and is read on the minutes

{n: sweep, expanse} a wide scope
"the sweep of the plains"

{n: sweep, sweep oar} a long oar used in an open boat

{n: sweeper} an employee who sweeps (floors or streets etc.)

{n: sweeping} the act of cleaning with a broom

{n: sweep} a movement in an arc
"a sweep of his arm"

{n: swing} a sweeping blow or stroke
"he took a wild swing at my head"

{n: swipe} a sweeping stroke or blow

{n: tempest} (literary) a violent wind
"a tempest swept over the island"

{n: torrent, violent stream} a violently fast stream of water (or other liquid)
"the houses were swept away in the torrent"

{n: wave} something that rises rapidly
"a wave of emotion swept over him"
"there was a sudden wave of buying before the market closed"
"a wave of conservatism in the country led by the hard right"

{n: wind, air current, current of air} air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure
"trees bent under the fierce winds"
"when there is no wind, row"
"the radioactivity was being swept upwards by the air current and out into the atmosphere"

{v: breeze through, ace, pass with flying colors, sweep through, sail through, nail} succeed at easily
"She sailed through her exams"
"You will pass with flying colors"
"She nailed her astrophysics course"

{v: brush, sweep} sweep across or over
"Her long skirt brushed the floor"
"A gasp swept cross the audience"

{v: cross, traverse, span, sweep} to cover or extend over an area or time period
"Rivers traverse the valley floor", "The parking lot spans 3 acres"
"The novel spans three centuries"

{v: embroil, tangle, sweep, sweep up, drag, drag in} force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action
"They were swept up by the events"
"don't drag me into this business"

{v: espouse, embrace, adopt, sweep up} take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own
"She embraced Catholocism"
"They adopted the Jewish faith"

{v: overwhelm, overpower, sweep over, whelm, overcome, overtake} overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli

{v: pan} make a sweeping movement
"The camera panned across the room"

{v: rake} sweep the length of
"The gunfire raked the coast"

{v: scan} make a wide, sweeping search of
"The beams scanned the night sky"

{v: slash, cut down} cut with sweeping strokes ; as with an ax or machete

{v: swan} sweep majestically
"Airplanes were swanning over the mountains"

{v: sweep away, sweep off} overwhelm emotionally
"Her swept her away"

{v: sweep under the rug} to conceal something in the hopes it won't be discovered by others
"The president tried to sweep the embarrassing incident under the rug"

{v: sweep, broom} sweep with a broom or as if with a broom
"Sweep the crumbs off the table"
"Sweep under the bed"

{v: sweep, sail} move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions
"The diva swept into the room"
"Shreds of paper sailed through the air"
"The searchlights swept across the sky"

{v: sweep} clean by sweeping
"Please sweep the floor"

{v: sweep} cover the entire range of

{v: sweep} win an overwhelming victory in or on
"Her new show dog swept all championships"

{v: swing, sweep, swing out} make a big sweeping gesture or movement

{v: swing} hit or aim at with a sweeping arm movement
"The soccer player began to swing at the referee"

{v: swoop} move with a sweep, or in a swooping arc

{v: trail, train} drag loosely along a surface ; allow to sweep the ground
"The toddler was trailing his pants"
"She trained her long scarf behind her"

{v: wipe out, sweep away} eliminate completely and without a trace
"The old values have been wiped out"

In East Antarctica, where the average temperature hovers around zero degrees Fahrenheit, ice today never melts.
But it does sublime--it converts directly into water vapor as the wind sweeps over it.

At that time, the theory goes, Antarctica was ice-free and forested, with internal seaways covering low-lying areas, when the climate got colder, glaciers formed in the interior of the continent and then advanced across the seaways, sweeping plankton and pollen into the mountains.

They swept past us in a flurry of laughter;
they uncorked wine and toasted our homecoming.

" Mummy says I can't go today.
I must stay home to wash her dresses and sweep and dust and make the beds and cook myself something to eat.
She's gone to Juhu on a picnic for the day with an uncle from Dubai. "
她和一个从迪拜来的叔叔到佐胡去野餐一天。 "

The Internet is changing business, seemingly sweeping everything along on an e-tide.

The dam did not last long and was swept away last year by a storm.

Fayed's private Gulfstream jet transported five sacks of sand to Finland to make a beach for the Fayed children, only to be swept away.

Ahead of me I could see that the road made a sweeping turn to the left.

I moved into the slow lane, next to the dreaded edge, and swept around the terrifying curve.

Trying to copy the body's strategy, Peter Schultz pioneered a new " combinatorial " chemistry that is sweeping the most advanced labs and is widely used to search for drugs and other biologically active materials.

But they were swept by the Houston Rockets, and O'Neal&; Co. were labeled as overhyped underachievers.

Costain of the British Dietetic Association would like to see more education through media and health outlets about the importance of physical activity, and sweeping changes in schools and the workplace.

Optimal Nourishment also resembles a version of the extreme low-carbohydrate mania now sweeping the United States;

Before hitting the US, Springsteen kicked off the reunion with a triumphant sweep through 20 cities in Europe that began last year in April.
在轰动美国之前,斯普林斯廷重新组织他的乐队,从 1998年 4月开始在欧洲 20个城市成功地举行了巡回演出。

That theory maintains that a density wave of spiral form sweeps through the central plane of a galaxy, compressing clouds of gas and dust, which collapse into stars that form a spiral pattern.

The sweeping decision immediately cancels the debt owed by 18 heavily-indebted countries to the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the African Development Bank. The agreement had long been sought by impoverished nations, particularly in Africa.

惰性气体鼓泡吹扫脱气 sweeping degas by inert gas

Sweep Oar 单桨

Door sweep

sweep 扫描,扫掠

sweep rate 扫描速度

Sweep net 扫网

field sweeping 场扫描

frequency sweeping 频率扫描

sweep 扫描

sweep device 扫描装置

sweep rate 扫描速率

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