过去式: batted 过去分词: batted 现在分词: batting 第三人称单数: bats
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n.&v. bats 0 batting 0 batted 0
球棒，蝙蝠 & 用球棒打，挥打
Surprisingly, Shay was given the bat.
I guess he can be on our team and we’ll try to put him in to bat in the final inning (局).
at bat 轮到击球
baseball bat 棒球棒
off the bat 马上；立刻
bat around 详细讨论；到处游荡
blind as a bat [口语] 近乎全盲的；视力很差的，眼力不行的；鼠目寸光的；完全看不见东西的
cricket bat 板球拍
vampire bat 吸血蝙蝠；勾引并导致男人毁灭的女人；吮吸膏血者
big brown bat 蝙蝠
球拍,球棒,短棒;蝙蝠On the flat platform the bat will pat whatever hat it likes.在平坦的站台上,蝙蝠會拍打它喜歡的任何帽子.
,bat sth a’round (informal)
■to talk about or discuss plans or ideas, etc. before you decide what to do讨论(想法、计划等)的可行性:
We’re just batting some ideas around.
[G]v+n/pron+adv ◆ v+adv+n
bat / bAt /
1. a piece of wood with a handle, made in various shapes and sizes, and used for hitting the ball in games such as baseball , cricket and table tennis
a baseball / cricket bat
⇨ compare racket (3)
2. an animal like a mouse with wings, that flies and feeds at night (= it is nocturnal ). There are many types of bat.
⇨ see also fruit bat , old bat , vampire bat
▪ like a bat out of ‘hell (informal) very fast
▪ off your own ‘bat
if you do sth off your own bat, it is your own idea and you do it without help or encouragement from anyone else
⇨ more at blind adj., right adv.
(-tt-) to hit a ball with a bat, especially in a game of cricket or baseball
▪ [V] He bats very well.
Who’s batting first for the Orioles?
▪ [also VN] ▪ 7bat your ‘eyes / ‘eyelashes
to open and close your eyes quickly, in a way that is supposed to be attractive
▪ bat a ‘thousand
to be very successful
▪ go to ‘bat for sb
to give sb help and support
▪ not bat an ‘eyelid
(BrE) (NAmE not bat an ‘eye) (informal)
to show no surprise or embarrassment when sth unusual happens
She didn’t bat an eyelid when I told her my news.
▪ 7bat sth ↔ a’round (informal)
to discuss whether an idea or a plan is good or not, before deciding what to do
It’s just an idea we’ve been batting around.
a) a long wooden stick with a special shape that is used in some sports and games 球棒；球拍；球板
a baseball bat
a cricket bat
b) British English a round flat piece of wood with a handle, used to hit a ball in table tennis 乒乓球拍 SYN American English paddle
→ See picture of 见图 bat → see picture at 见图 sport1
3. be at bat to be the person who is trying to hit the ball in a game of baseball 〔棒球比赛中〕轮到击球
4 do something off your own bat British English informal to do something without being told to do it 主动地做某事，自觉地做某事
She went to see a solicitor off her own bat.
5 do something right off the bat American English informal to do something immediately 立刻去做某事
He said yes right off the bat.
6 like a bat out of hell informal very fast 极快地，飞快地
I drove like a bat out of hell to the hospital.
7. old bat spoken an unpleasant old woman 老家伙，老太婆→ as blind as a bat at blind1
Related topics: Cricket, Baseball
bat2 verb (batted, batting)
1. [intransitive, transitive] to hit the ball with a bat in cricket or baseball 〔板球或棒球运动〕用球板[棒]击（球）
2 not bat an eye/eyelid informal to not seem to be shocked, surprised, or embarrassed 眼睛/眼皮都不眨一下；泰然不动，面不改色
They started talking about sex, but she didn’t bat an eyelid.
3. bat your eyes/eyelashes if a woman bats her eyes, she opens and closes them several times quickly, in order to look attractive to men 〔女人〕扑闪眼睛/挤眉弄眼〔为在男人面前显得动人〕
4. go to bat for somebody American English informal to help and support someone 帮助某人，为某人出力
5 be batting a thousand American English informal to be very successful 很有成就
She’s been batting a thousand since she got that job.
6.bat something ↔ around phrasal verb informal to discuss various ideas or suggestions 讨论，商量
Origin bat1 1. (1500-1600) back “bat” ((14-16 centuries)), probably from a Scandinavian language. 2. Old English batt bat2 1. (1400-1500) → BAT122. (1800-1900) Probably from bate “to beat the wings” ((13-20 centuries)), from Old French batre “to hit”
1.N-COUNT 可数名词球棒；球拍 A bat is a specially shaped piece of wood that is used for hitting the ball in baseball, softball, cricket, rounders, or table tennis.
…a baseball bat.
2.VERB 动词轮到击球 When you bat, you have a turn at hitting the ball with a bat in baseball, softball, cricket, or rounders.
Australia, put in to bat, made a cautious start.
…his batting average…
He’s likely to open the batting.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词蝙蝠 A bat is a small flying animal that looks like a mouse with wings made of skin. Bats are active at night.
4.See also:old bat;
5.PHRASE 短语连眼睛也不眨一下；镇定自若；泰然处之 When something surprising or shocking happens, if someone doesn’t bat an eyelid in British English, or doesn’t bat an eye in American English, they remain calm and do not show any reaction.
6.PHRASE 短语支持；为…出力 If you go to bat for someone or go in to bat for them, you give them your support.
The old judge doesn’t like the thought of no one going in to bat for the accused.
7.PHRASE 短语（开车）飞一般地，风驰电掣地，飞快地 If you drive like a bat out of hell, you drive extremely fast.
【搭配模式】：PHR after v
He took off for Helsinki like a bat out of hell.
8.PHRASE 短语独立地；自主地；主动地 If someone does something off their own bat, they do it without anyone else suggesting it.
【搭配模式】：PHR after v
Whatever she did she did off her own bat. Whatever she did was nothing to do with me.
9.PHRASE 短语马上；立刻 If something happens right off the bat, it happens immediately.
【搭配模式】：usu PHR after v
He learned right off the bat that you can’t count on anything in this business.
plural bats [count] 1
: a long rounded stick that is used to hit the ball in baseball（棒球）球棒
a baseball bat
: a long flattened stick that is used to hit the ball in cricket（板球）球板
British : paddle 2
a table tennis bat
at bat baseball
— used to describe the player or team that is batting（球员或球队）击球
He got a home run on his first time at bat.
The home team is at bat. [=is batting] 主队正在击球。
: the act of batting击球（动作）
She has two hits in three at bats.
go to bat baseball
: to be the player or team that is batting上场击球
The visiting team goes to bat first. [=the visiting team bats first] 客队首先上场击球。
go to bat for US, informal
: to try to help, support, or defend (someone or something) in an active way（积极）帮助，支持，捍卫（某人或某事物）
Many of his friends went to bat for him while he was under investigation for fraud.
off the bat chiefly US, informal
: without any delay : immediately立刻；毫不迟疑 — usually used with right通常与right连用
I could tell it was fake right off the bat. [=right away] 我一眼就能看出这是假货。
off your own bat British, informal
: through your own efforts通过自身努力
He didn’t need my help—he made good off his own bat.
— compare 3bat
2 bat /ˈbæt/ verb
bats; batted; batting
a [+ object] : to hit (something, such as a ball) with a bat, club, etc., or with your hand（用球拍、球棒等或用手）击打（球等）
The ball was batted down.
a batted ball [=a ball that has been hit by a batter in baseball] 被击中的球
b [no object] : to try to hit a ball with a bat in baseball, cricket, or a similar game（在棒球、板球等类似运动中）击球
It’s your turn to bat.
She was batting when it began to rain.
Who’s batting? = Who’s up to bat?
[no object] baseball : to have a specified batting average击球率达…
This year he’s batting [=hitting] .300. [=his batting average is .300] 他今年的击球率达.300。
She has five hits in five at bats, so she’s batting a thousand. [=her batting average is 1.000] 她五次上场击球五个安打，击球率达1.000。
◊ In figurative use, to bat a thousand is to succeed in every attempt. This is an informal phrase that is used chiefly in U.S. English.*bat a thousand用作比喻时指每次尝试都成功，属非正式短语，主要用于美国英语。
So far in her career, she’s batting a thousand. [=she has succeeded in everything she has done in her career] 到目前为止，她的事业一帆风顺。
No one bats a thousand in this business.
bat around [phrasal verb] bat (something) around or bat around (something) informal
: to think about or talk about (something, such as an idea) for a period of time（在一段时间内）考虑，讨论（想法等）
The plan was batted around for a while, but it was finally rejected.
We’ve been batting the idea around for a few years.
bat in [phrasal verb] bat in (a run) also bat (a run) in baseball
: to hit the ball in a way that makes it possible for a run to score击球使（跑垒）得分
He batted in 70 runs last year.
— compare 4bat
— batting adjective, always used before a noun
a batting coach
3 bat /ˈbæt/ noun
plural bats [count] 1
: an animal that has wings and a furry body like a mouse蝙蝠
informal : an unpleasant old woman讨厌的老女人
Don’t take any notice of that old bat!
bats in the/your belfry
— see belfry
(as) blind as a bat
— see 1blind
like a bat out of hell informal
: very quickly非常迅速
He ran out of the house like a bat out of hell.
— compare 1bat
4 bat /ˈbæt/ verb
bats; batted; batting [+ object] : to close and open (your eyes or eyelashes) very quickly several times especially as a way of flirting（尤指在调情时）快速地眨眼
She smiled and batted her eyelashes at him.
not bat an eye/eyelash (US) informal or British not bat an eyelid
: to show no surprise, fear, concern, etc.不露声色；面不改色；眼睛都不眨一下
He thought the news would make her upset, but she never batted an eye. [=she did not appear to be upset at all] 他原以为这个消息会使她伤心，没想到她没流露出任何表情。
He listened without batting an eyelash.