castle / ˈkæs əl, ˈkɑ səl /


castle3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a fortified, usually walled residence, as of a prince or noble in feudal times.
  2. the chief and strongest part of the fortifications of a medieval city.
  3. a strongly fortified, permanently garrisoned stronghold.
v. 有主动词 verb

cas·tled, cas·tling.

  1. to place or enclose in or as in a castle.
  2. Chess. to move in castling.
v. 无主动词 verb

cas·tled, cas·tling.Chess.

  1. to move the king two squares horizontally and bring the appropriate rook to the square the king has passed over.
  2. to be moved in this manner.

castle 近义词

n. 名词 noun

magnificent home, often for royalty


  1. Whoever sent more soldiers to a given castle conquered that castle and won its victory points.
  2. The top strategies clustered soldiers into a small number of castles worth exactly 28 points.
  3. Photographer Jose Villa regularly flies around the world to shoot couples’ wedding celebrations, whether it’s a castle in Tuscany, a ballroom in Malaysia, or a private estate in Napa Valley.
  4. Each castle has its own strategic value for a would-be conqueror.
  5. Specifically, the castles are worth 1, 2, 3, …, 12, and 13 victory points.
  6. I meet Otis J. the night he arrives at “The Castle,” a West Harlem halfway house for newly-released convicts.
  7. Crain posted a cash bond of $102.50 apiece shortly before 1:30 P.M., and they returned to the Castle Hotel.
  8. Denton, who speaks in the clipped cadence of the Oxford-educated Brit he is, has built quite a castle.
  9. Terry Castle has this great book called The Professor, which came out after I was in grad school.
  10. Well, the dwarfs took pity on him and gave him the coffin, and the prince had it carried to his castle.
  11. Walls End Castle, when the party broke up, returned to its normal state.
  12. His presence, also, always graced Walls End Castle at the regulation periods.
  13. His lordship during the earlier part of his reign never came near Walls End Castle.
  14. Nothing doubtful or "reputed" ever arrived in the huge packing-cases consigned to Walls End Castle.
  15. Thank you for nothing, Reginald; however, I shall certainly take a dip in the lucky-bag at the Castle.