与盎格鲁-撒克逊前缀out(超过、比……更)相关的英语词汇

outlook
英 [ˈaʊtlʊk] 美 [ˈaʊtlʊk]
前景、展望;观点、看法;景色、风光、景致

  • The outlook for the economy is bleak.
    经济前景暗淡。
  • The outlook for today is cloudy and dry at first with showers later.
    今天天气先是多云无雨,晚些时候有阵雨。
  • He has a fairly positive outlook on life.
    他的人生观相当积极。
  • From the top of the tower, the outlook over the city was breathtaking.
    从塔顶俯视,这座城市的景色令人叹为观止。

output
英 [ˈaʊtpʊt] 美 [ˈaʊtpʊt]
(人、机器、工厂、国家等的)产量

  • Last year manufacturing output fell by 14 percent.
    去年制造业的产量下降了14%。

outgrow
英 [ˌaʊtˈɡrəʊ] 美 [ˌaʊtˈɡroʊ]
长得比……大、长得太大(而不再需要);因长大而对……失去兴趣

  • My seven-year-old got new shoes in April, and he's already outgrown them (= his feet have grown too large for them).
    我7岁的儿子4月份刚买了双新鞋,现在已经穿不下了。
  • The company outgrew (= became too large for) its office space.
    公司发展壮大后办公室不够用了。
  • He eventually outgrew his adolescent interest in war and guns.
    他少年时期对战争和枪炮的兴趣终于不复存在了。

outlast
英 [ˌaʊtˈlɑːst] 美 [ˌaʊtˈlæst]
比……活得长;比……持续时间长

  • The empress outlasted all her children.
    女皇比她的子女们都活得长。
  • These naturally dried flowers will outlast a bouquet of fresh blooms.
    这些自然风干的花会比一束鲜花更加持久。

outrun
英 [ˌaʊtˈrʌn] 美 [ˌaʊtˈrʌn]
比……跑得快(或远);发展得比……快、超过、胜过

  • He couldn't outrun his pursuers.
    他跑不过追他的人。
  • Demand for the new model is outrunning supply.
    新型号的产品供不应求。

outwit
英 [ˌaʊtˈwɪt] 美 [ˌaʊtˈwɪt]
(智力上)超过、胜过

  • Somehow he always manages to outwit his opponents.
    他反正总能设法智胜对手。
  • To win the presidency he had first to outwit his rivals within the Socialist Party.
    要想赢得总统之位,他必须首先智胜其在社会党内的竞选对手。

outlandish
英 [aʊtˈlændɪʃ] 美 [aʊtˈlændɪʃ]
古怪的、极不寻常的、奇特的

  • They appeared at parties in outlandish clothes.
    他们穿着奇装异服参加各种聚会。

outspoken
英 [aʊtˈspəʊkən] 美 [aʊtˈspoʊkən]
直率、坦诚

  • an outspoken opponent of the leader
    一个直言不讳反对领导的人
  • outspoken comments
    直率的评论
  • She was outspoken in her criticism of the plan.
    她对该计划的批评直言不讳。
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