来源：英语 发布时间：2018-08-20 点击：
英 [fɪʃ] 美 [fɪʃ]
名词 鱼，鱼肉，鱼类; 〈口〉(特殊的)人物，家伙，东西; [建]接合板，夹片，鱼尾板; [航]钓锚器，撑夹桅杆的加固夹箍
及物/不及物动词 钓鱼; 捕鱼; 摸出; 掏出
及物动词 钓鱼，捕鱼; 搜寻; [航]加夹箍夹牢; [工]用接合板连接[加固]
不及物动词 捕鱼，钓鱼; 用钩捞取
1. He fished the stream for trout.
1. The great fish eat up the small.
1. Let's go fishing.
1. We had fish for dinner.
2. We'll have fish for dinner.
1. The eyes should pop and a knife inserted into the fleshiest part of the fish should go in like butter.
2. A buttery sweet dish was the flaky baked cod fish with mushroom sauce.
3. A buzzard in the village heard of the story and wanted the fish for himself.
4. The translucent whiteness of the fish is set off by little piles of yellow and green zucchini spaghetti topped by a zucchini flower petal tempura.
5. The fish can be divided into three categories by weight, he says.
6. These messages call for Japan to immediately and unconditionally release Zhan, saying that Chinese fishermen have rights to fish in the waters around the islands.
7. Bans on certain fish or " hot spots " can help, but they often are impractical.
8. Chinese scientists have adopted the idea of the " coal mine canary " to monitor water quality by using fish to test for pollutants.
A fish is a creature that lives in water and has a tail and fins. There are many different kinds of fish.
e.g. I was chatting to an islander who had just caught a fish...
e.g. The fish were counted and an average weight recorded.
Fish is the flesh of a fish eaten as food.
e.g. Does dry white wine go best with fish?
If you fish, you try to catch fish, either for food or as a form of sport or recreation.
e.g. Brian remembers learning to fish in the River Cam.
If you fish a particular area of water, you try to catch fish in it.
e.g. On Saturday we fished the River Arno.
If you say that someone is fishing for information or praise, you disapprove of the fact that they are trying to get it from someone in an indirect way.
e.g. He didn't want to create the impression that he was fishing for information...
e.g. She may be fishing for a compliment and welcome your reassurance...
If you feel like a fish out of water, you do not feel comfortable or relaxed because you are in an unusual or unfamiliar situation.
e.g. I think he thought of himself as a country gentleman and was like a fish out of water in Birmingham.