shutout是什么意思_shutout的用法

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shutout

美 ['ʃʌtaʊt] 英 ['ʃʌtaʊt]
  • n.完胜(比赛中不让对手得分)
  • 网络完封;停业;退关
复数:shutouts  

用法解析

1.

完胜(比赛中不让对手得分)

a game in which one team prevents the other from scoring

1.

(把某人)排斥在外;关在外面;停工,锁闭厂门;(在比赛等中)不让对方得分

2.

输方得零点分的比赛

3.

退关

1.

a game in which one team does not score

语法用例

例句1:

And yet in Cities Man is shutout from his fellows if he is poor, the cottagermust be dirty and very wretched if she be notthrifty.

然而在城里,一个人如果很穷就会被拒之于他的伙伴之外;一个村民如果不节俭定会变得龌龊和非常不幸。

例句2:

He scored more shutout victories (110) than any other major league pitcher.

在他的职棒生涯中,一共获得110场完封胜利,比任何其他投手都要多。

例句3:

Last Friday, Wang responded with eight shutout innings against the A's .

上星期五,王建民主投八局无失分打败运动家队。

例句4:

The financial crisis also push our noshery to the edge of shutout.

金融危机又导致我家的餐饮店面临停业;

例句5:

Certificate of quality of shutout of Jinfeng Firm

金锋行隔断质量证书

例句6:

Oilers surprise Stars with road shutout

明星路突击编队与停业