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(名词) 
Definition
a metal rod or pin that has a head and a screw thread to take a nut
details right down to the dimensions of nuts and bolts
同义词
pin
the steel pin holding his left leg together
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peg
He builds furniture using wooden pegs instead of nails.
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screw
Each bracket is fixed to the wall with just three screws.
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rivet
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fastener
(名词) 
Definition
a bar that can be slid into a socket to lock a door, gate, etc.
I heard him slide the bolt across the door.
同义词
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catch
Always fit windows with safety locks or catches.
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lock
He heard her key turning in the lock.
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latch
You left the latch off the gate and the dog escaped.
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fastener
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sliding bar
(名词) 
Definition
an arrow, esp. for a crossbow
He pulled the crossbow bolt from his head.
同义词
arrow
warriors armed with bows and arrows
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missile
nuclear missiles
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dart
He was struck in the arm by a poisoned dart.
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projectile
an enormous artillery gun used to fire a huge projectile
(名词) 
Definition
a flash (of lightning)
Suddenly a bolt of lightning crackled through the sky.
同义词
flash
a sudden flash of lightning
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thunderbolt
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shaft
A brilliant shaft of sunlight burst through the doorway.
(名词) 
bolts of black silk
同义词
bale
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amount
I still do a certain amount of work for them.
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roll
a dozen rolls of film
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quantity
a vast quantity of food
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(名词) 
Definition
a sudden movement, esp. in order to escape
a bolt for freedom
同义词
dash
a 160-mile dash to hospital
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race
a running race across the Sahara desert
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rush
The explosion caused panic and a mad rush for the doors.
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rush
The explosion caused panic and a mad rush for the doors.
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dart
He made a dart for the finishing line.
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spurt
I flushed bright red as a spurt of anger flashed through me.
(动词) 
Definition
to secure or lock with or as if with a bolt
He reminded her to lock and bolt the kitchen door behind her.
同义词
lock
Are you sure you locked the front door?
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close
If you are cold, close the window.
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bar
For added safety, bar the door to the kitchen.
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secure
With a discreet click he secured the lock.
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fasten
He fastened the door behind him.
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latch
He latched the door, tested it and turned round to speak to us.
(动词) 
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
同义词
dash
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
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run
I excused myself and ran back to the telephone.
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fly
I flew downstairs.
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spring
The lion roared once and sprang.
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jump
stamping their boots and jumping up and down to knock the snow off
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rush
Someone inside the building rushed out.
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bound
He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.
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leap
The newsreels show him leaping into the air.
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sprint
He sprinted to the car.
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hurtle
A pretty young girl came hurtling down the stairs.
(动词) 
Definition
(of a horse) to run away without control
They caught the horse 200 yards from where it had bolted.
同义词
run away
I ran away from home when I was sixteen.
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escape
A prisoner has escaped from a jail in Northern England.
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flee
He slammed the bedroom door behind him and fled.
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abscond
A dozen inmates have absconded from the jail in the past year.
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decamp
Bugsy decided to decamp to Hollywood from New York.
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make a break (for it)
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do a runner (slang)
The accountant did a runner.
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run for it
Get out, run for it!
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fly the coop (US, Canadian, informal)
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take a powder (US, Canadian, slang)
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take it on the lam (US, Canadian, slang)
(动词) 
Definition
to eat hurriedly
Don't bolt your food.
同义词
gobble
He gobbled all the beef stew.
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stuff
wallets stuffed with dollars
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wolf
I was in the changing room wolfing down tea and sandwiches.
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gorge
I could spend all day gorging on chocolate.
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devour
She devoured half an apple pie.
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gulp
She quickly gulped her tea.
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guzzle
She had been guzzling gin and tonics all evening.
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swallow whole

其他同义词

in the sense of abscond
Definition
to run away unexpectedly
A dozen inmates have absconded from the jail in the past year.
同义词
fly,
clear out,
flit (informal),
break free or out,
hook it (slang),
do a runner (slang),
steal away,
sneak away,
do a bunk (British, slang),
fly the coop (US, Canadian, informal),
skedaddle (informal),
take a powder (US, Canadian, slang),
go on the lam (US, Canadian, slang),
make your getaway,
do a Skase (Australian, informal),
make or effect your escape
in the sense of amount
Definition
extent or quantity
I still do a certain amount of work for them.
in the sense of bound
Definition
to bounce
He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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