vt. 警告；使惊恐；向 … 报警
副词: alarmingly 过去式: alarmed 过去分词: alarmed 现在分词: alarming 第三人称单数: alarms
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警报，警告器；惊慌 & 恐吓，警告
Frank Smithson woke up and leaned over to turn off the alarm clock.
These chemicals come from the injured parts of the plant and seem to be an alarm.
alarm system 报警系统
fire alarm 火警；火警警报器
alarm clock 闹钟
false alarm 假警报；引起一场空喜欢的人
burglar alarm 防窃报警器；防盗自动警铃
fire alarm system 火警信号系统；消防警报系统
alarm bell 警钟；警铃
anti-theft alarm 防盗警报系统
false alarm rate 火灾误报率；误警率；虚率
alarm signal 警报信号
alarm device 报警装置；告警装置
gas alarm 气体信号装置；瓦斯报警器；毒气警报
alarm equipment 报警器，报警信号装置；防盗报警设备
ring the alarm 拉警报，敲警钟
burglar alarm system 防盗警钟系统
automatic fire alarm system 火灾自动报警系统
alarm circuit 报警电路
smoke alarm 烟雾报警器
in alarm 惊慌，担心
alarm message 报警信息
驚恐;警報(器)vt.驚動,驚嚇;向…報警The alarm harmed the charming harmony of the ceremony.警報聲損害了典禮迷人的和諧.
1. [U] fear and anxiety that sb feels when sth dangerous or unpleasant might happen
‘What have you done?’ Ellie cried in alarm.
I felt a growing sense of alarm when he did not return that night.
The doctor said there was no cause for alarm.
⇨ note at fear
2. [C, usually sing.] a loud noise or a signal that warns people of danger or of a problem
She decided to sound the alarm (= warn people that the situation was dangerous).
I hammered on all the doors to raise the alarm.
⇨ see also false alarm
3. [C] a device that warns people of a particular danger
a burglar / fire / smoke alarm
The cat set off the alarm (= made it start ringing).
A car alarm went off in the middle of the night (= started ringing).
4. = alarm clock :
The alarm went off at 7 o’clock.
闹钟在 7 点钟闹铃响了。
▪ a’larm bells ring / start ringing
if you say that alarm bells are ringing, you mean that people are starting to feel worried and suspicious
1. to make sb anxious or afraid
SYN worry :
▪ [VN] The captain knew there was an engine fault but didn’t want to alarm the passengers.
▪ [also VN to inf] ⇨ note at frighten
2. [VN] to fit sth such as a door with a device that warns people when sb is trying to enter illegally
1 [countable] a piece of equipment that makes a loud noise to warn you of danger 警报器
I forgot to set the burglar alarm.
Car alarms are always going off in the street.
a sophisticated alarm system
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2 [uncountable] a feeling of fear or worry because something bad or dangerous might happen 惊恐，惊慌
There is growing alarm at the increase in crime.
She looked up in alarm.
Scientists have said there is no cause for alarm.
► see thesaurus at fear
3 alarm_clock.jpg[countable] an alarm clock 闹钟
I’ve set the alarm for 7 o’clock.
I was still asleep when the alarm went off.
4 raise/sound the alarm especially British English to warn people that something bad is happening 发出警报
Neighbours raised the alarm when they smelled smoke.
5 alarm bells ring if alarm bells ring, you feel worried that something bad may be happening 警钟敲响，引起警觉
Alarm bells started to ring when he failed to return home.
→ false alarm
alarm2 ●●○ verb [transitive] to make someone feel worried or frightened 使不安，使恐慌
I don’t want to alarm you, but I can’t find the key.
Origin alarm1 (1500-1600) French alarme, from Old Italian all’ arme “to the weapon”
1.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词惊恐；忧虑；担心 Alarm is a feeling of fear or anxiety that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen.
【搭配模式】：oft with/in N
The news was greeted with alarm by MPs…
She sat up in alarm…
The moves reflect growing alarm over recent events.
2.VERB 动词使惊恐；使忧虑；使担心 If something alarms you, it makes you afraid or anxious that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen.
We could not see what had alarmed him.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词警报器 An alarm is an automatic device that warns you of danger, for example by ringing a bell.
He heard the alarm go off.
…an extremely sophisticated alarm system…
The other man rang the alarm bell.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词同alarm clock An alarm is the same as an alarm clock .
5.See also:alarming;alarmed;burglar alarm;car alarm;false alarm;fire alarm;smoke alarm;
6.PHRASE 短语危险信号;警报 If you say that something sets alarm bells ringing, you mean that it makes people feel worried or concerned about something.
This has set the alarm bells ringing in Moscow…
Alarm bells are beginning to sound at Westminster.
7.PHRASE 短语发出警报；敲警钟 If you raise the alarm or sound the alarm, you warn people of danger.
His family raised the alarm when he had not come home by 9pm.
[count] a : a device that makes a loud sound as a warning or signal警报器
The alarm went off when he opened the door.
a car alarm
The whole town heard the alarm.
◊ In figurative usage, when alarm bells are ringing people are worried about a possible problem or danger.警钟敲响；发出危险信号
His long absence from school set (the) alarm bells ringing and we finally called the police.
— see also burglar alarm, false alarm, fire alarm, smoke alarm
b : alarm clock
She set the alarm for six o’clock.
The alarm went off at six o’clock.
[noncount] : a feeling of fear caused by a sudden sense of danger惊恐；恐慌
The rumors caused widespread alarm and concern.
His parents have expressed alarm about/for his safety.
The new developments are being viewed with alarm.
She looked around in alarm when she heard the noise.
There’s no cause for alarm. [=there is no reason to be worried or afraid] 不必担心。
Synonyms see: fear
[count] : a warning of danger警报
The dog’s barking gave the alarm and the intruders were caught.
A passerby saw the intruders and raised the alarm.
They have ignored repeated alarms about the dangers of smoking.
Economists have raised/sounded the alarm [=have warned people] about a possible recession.
Economists have been raising/sounding alarms about a possible recession.
2 alarm /əˈlɑɚm/ verb
alarms; alarmed; alarming [+ object] : to cause (someone) to feel a sense of danger : to worry or frighten (someone)使惊恐；使忧虑；使担心
I didn’t mean to alarm you.
The rapid spread of the disease has alarmed many people.
— alarmed adjective [more alarmed; most alarmed] I was alarmed to see how sick he is.
Many people are alarmed about/at/by the rapid spread of the disease.
— alarming adjective [more alarming; most alarming] an alarming number of problems
It is alarming to see how quickly the disease is spreading.
The team lost with alarming frequency.
— alarmingly /əˈlɑɚmɪŋli/ adverb