来源：英语 发布时间：2018-08-20 点击：
英 [dɔ:(r)] 美 [dɔr,dor]
名词 门，户; 出入口; 一家[户]; 通道
1. at death's door : 生命危在旦夕;
2. out of doors : 户外;
3. show sb. the door : 把某人撵走;
4. from door to door : 挨家挨户地;
5. by the back door : 用隐蔽或不正当的方法, 走后门;
6. answer the door : 应门, 去开门(迎客)
A door is a piece of wood, glass, or metal, which is moved to open and close the entrance to a building, room, cupboard, or vehicle.
e.g. I knocked at the front door, but there was no answer...
e.g. The policeman opened the door and looked in...
A door is the space in a wall when a door is open.
e.g. She looked through the door of the kitchen. Her daughter was at the stove.
The door is the entrance to a large building such as a shop, hotel, or theatre.
e.g. He entered Harrods by the main door...
e.g. The queues at the door wound around the building.
Doors is used in expressions such as a few doors down or three doors up to refer to a place that is a particular number of buildings away from where you are.
e.g. Mrs Cade's house was only a few doors down from her daughter's apartment.
A：I'd like to get some of today's papers sent to my room.
B：They'll be at your door within a few minutes.
A：Please stop me if you have any question.
A：Duck your head as you go through the door there.