英 ['k?pt?n] 美 ['k?pt?n]
- n. 首领；队长；船长
- vt. 指挥；率领
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- [C]船长,机长 the person in command of a ship or aircraft
- [C]上尉,队长,首领 a rank in the navy army, or US air force
- vt. 担任…队长,领导,率领,指挥 be captain of; lead; command
an officer holding a rank below a major but above a lieutenant
the naval officer in command of a military ship
a policeman in charge of a precinct
an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship
the leader of a group of people;
"a captain of industry"
the pilot in charge of an airship
a dining-room attendant who is in charge of the waiters and the seating of customers
be the captain of a sports team
- And they'll find that their bold captain is nowhere to be found
- The captain led our team to victory.
- The football captain was the mogul of the school.
- The captain bawled out an order to his soldiers.
- The captain of the sinking ship used flares to attract the attention of the coastguard.
- The sailors are asked to take their positions by their captain.
- The captain described the accident in the ship's log.
- Strong leadership is needed to captain the team.
- Who will captain the team?
- The captain was able to bring the ship up just before it hit the little boat.
- The captain asked his officers to take precautions, because a plot was brewing among the sailors.
- As soon as the bell rang, the captain gave orders to cast off, and the voyage began.
- The captain cares about the safety of both the crew and the passengers.
- The captain of a ship commands all the officers and men.
- The captain was always devising how to get the mate into trouble.
- The captain ordered his men to discharge the cargo from the ship at Keelung Dock.
- The captain ordered his men to fire a salute.
- The captain ordered them to go about.
- He executed the captain's orders.
- The command of the ship was handed over her new captain at a small ceremony this morning.
- “Haul on the wind!”shouted the captain, as the ship tried to leave the course.
- The captain was able to keep the ship on her course in spite of the storm.
- The captain has kindly lent us excellent binoculars to see the sight more clearly.
- A captain controls his ship and its crew.
- It was a dangerous ocean crossing in wartime, but captain and crew braved it out.
- The company will constitute you captain of the ship.
- The captain brought the men to attention as the general arrived.
- The captain ordered the men to blaze away .
- The captain ordered his men to close up.
- The captain ordered his men to fall in at once.
- The Captain of Gary demanded obedience from his men.
- “We shall have to bring up some more pilots”, said the captain.
- He called himself a captain.
- The colonel advanced him from lieutenant to captain.
- Every other member of the team has had to miss at least one match because of illness, but the captain leads a charmed life and has never once been ill.
- We elected the captain of our football team by a show of hands.
- When the fullback refused to obey the captain, the captain said he would have none of that.
用作动词 (v.)用作及物动词 S+～+ n./pron.
- Who is captaining the side today?
- He captains the community orchestra.
- Ina was seconded to another branch of the army to captain special training courses.
- Can you picture Eden captaining a demonstration?
- Gary captained the fleet.
- admire a captain 羡慕船长
- appoint a captain 任命船长
- ask the captain 问船长
- dismiss a captain 解雇船长
- hire a captain 雇船长
- promote a captain 晋升上尉
- respect a captain 尊敬船长
- save a captain 拯救一个船长
- welcome a captain 欢迎上尉
- able captain 有能力的船长〔上尉、队长〕
- gifted captain 有才华的上尉〔船长、队长〕
- respected captain 受尊敬的船长
- the greatest captain 最大的巨头
- air forces captain 空军大队长
- army captain 陆军上尉
- bell captain (旅馆)侍应领班
- company captain 连长
- fleet captain 舰队的参谋长
- merchant captain 商船船长
- navy captain 海军上尉
- plane captain 机长
- sea captain 舰长
- ship captain 船长
- team captain 队长
- captain in history 历史上的领袖
- captain of a football team 足球队的队长
- captain of a plane 机长
- captain of commerce 商界的巨头
- captain of fire brigade 消防队队长
- captain of industry 工业界的巨头
- captain of the ship 船长
- captain special training courses 负责特种训练工作的队长
- captain the community orchestra 担任这个地区的管弦乐队的队长
- captain boldly 无畏地领导
- captain convincingly 有说服力地指挥
- captain courageously 勇敢地指挥
- captain easily 容易引导
- captain fatefully 重要地领导
- captain gallantly 英勇地领导
- captain reluctantly 不情愿地担任…队长
- captain simultaneously 暂时担任…队长
- captain solely 单独引导
- captain unhesitatingly 毫不迟疑地指挥
The illustrious Emperor..the captain of Roman Christianity in the western world.出自： H. A. L. Fisher
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的captaine，意为队长，首领，船长。