hotfoot

英 [ˈhɒtfʊt]

美 [ˈhɑːtfʊt]

adv.  急匆匆地; 匆忙地
v.  急行

现在分词:hotfooting 过去式:hotfooted 过去分词:hotfooted 第三人称单数:hotfoots 

TEM8

BNC.40405 / COCA.42383

#习惯用语回顶部

 v.

    hotfoot it
  • 急走,快跑(到某地)
    to walk or run somewhere quickly

#牛津词典回顶部

 adv.

  • 急匆匆地;匆忙地
    moving quickly and in a hurry
    1. He had just arrived hotfoot from London.
      他刚从伦敦匆匆赶来。

 verb

 verb

#柯林斯词典回顶部

  • VERB 急匆匆地走;火速赶路
    If you hot-foot it somewhere, you go there in a hurry.
    1. ...a group of actors hot-footing it for the bar.
      一群急匆匆赶往酒吧的演员

#双语例句回顶部

  • I ran hotfoot to the nearest phone.
    我急忙跑向最近的电话亭。
  • The kindly doctor goes hotfoot to the rescue of suffering mankind.
    仁慈的医生急匆匆地赶去救死扶伤。
  • She'd come hotfoot from the palace with the latest news.
    她会急匆匆从皇宫带来最新消息。
  • He had just arrived hotfoot from london.
    他刚从伦敦匆匆赶来。
  • Sent ambassadors hotfoot to the Turks-Francis Hackett; drove hotfoot for Boston.
    火速送大使去土耳其-弗朗西斯.海克特;火速驾车到波士顿。
  • I have an unnerving sensation that someone is giving me a hotfoot in my left shoe.
    我有一种令人紧张的感觉,好像有人在我的左鞋里恶作剧。
  • We ran hotfoot to find out the news.
    我们赶忙奔去打听消息。
  • The movie will begin in five minutes. we'd better hotfoot it to the theater.
    电影还有五分钟就要开场了!我们最好快一点去电影院!