emptying 的 4 个定义
- containing nothing; having none of the usual or appropriate contents: an empty bottle.
- vacant; unoccupied: an empty house.
- without cargo or load: an empty wagon.
- to make empty; deprive of contents; discharge the contents of: to empty a bucket.
- to discharge: to empty the water out of a bucket.
- to become empty: The room emptied rapidly after the lecture.
- to discharge contents, as a river: The river empties into the sea.
- Informal. something that is empty, as a box, bottle, or can: Throw the empties into the waste bin.
- empty calories
- empty nest
- empty suit
- glass is half full (half empty)
- running on empty
- Brabner talked about the “MTV people” coming to Cleveland to get pictures of Pekar emptying the garbage and going bowling.
- A small stream flows from high up in the Korengal and meanders down through the valley before emptying into the Pech River.
- It did little to stop this juggernaut, as the Chiefs racked up another 47 points in the second half, despite emptying their bench.
- I used to fantasize about emptying his Smirnoff bottle in the kitchen sink and filling it back up with water.
- The 27-year-old was in her element at the bash, spraying cans of Lone Star beer at the crowd and emptying a few water bottles.
- Well, youth; be of good cheer—He, who has little, has little to lose; and a soldier's pocket is seldom much lighter for emptying.
- "We're using up our reserve supply," said Clip, while they were emptying the canteens into the tanks.
- It skirts the base of some low hills and flows nearly south in emptying into the Kanawha.
- So from thence home, where my house of office was emptying, and I find they will do, it with much more cleanness than I expected.
- It has emptying into it several small rivers navigable for 100 miles and upward.