gut / gʌt /


gut3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the alimentary canal, especially between the pylorus and the anus, or some portion of it.Compare foregut, midgut, hindgut.
  2. guts, bowels or entrails.Informal.courage and fortitude; nerve; determination; stamina: Climbing that cliff takes a lot of guts.the inner working parts of a machine or device: The mechanic had the guts of the refrigerator laid out on the kitchen floor.
  3. the belly; stomach; abdomen.
v. 有主动词 verb

gut·ted, gut·ting.

  1. to take out the guts or entrails of; disembowel.
  2. to destroy the interior of: Fire gutted the building.
  3. to plunder of contents: Invaders gutted the village.
  4. to remove the vital or essential parts from: The prisoner's letters were gutted by heavy censorship.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. Informal. basic or essential: to discuss the gut issues.based on instincts or emotions: a gut reaction; gut decisions.

gut 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective


n. 名词 noun

stomach and abdomen

v. 动词 verb

clean out, strip


  • gut it out
  • bust a gut
  • hate someone's guts
  • have the guts


  1. I needed a gut check on my own grim musings, so I called Pedro Noguera, dean of the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California.
  2. Even humans contain at least as many bacterial cells as “self” cells, the microbes in our gut inextricably linked with our development, physiology and survival.
  3. As the heart, lungs, gut and other organs transmit information to the brain, they affect how we perceive and interact with our environment in surprisingly profound ways.
  4. The gut diversity of people in the United States is almost half that of the most isolated Amerindians living in South America, she says.
  5. It takes guts to attempt running across the surface of a pool of liquid goop, even if it is oobleck.
  6. Since coffee can irritate the gut, she suggests opting for herbal tea instead.
  7. Koenig has not been a sterile, objective narrator; she has openly voiced her biases, concerns, and gut feelings all along.
  8. Other methane is exhaled by microscopic organisms directly, as in the human gut.
  9. Now the gut was fueled not by Romanée-Conti and Château d'Yquem but by brandy--and a hell of a lot of it.
  10. And while all he says he has spoken to still believe the interrogations saved lives, he said the report was a punch in the gut.
  11. As we turned the crest of the hill and began the descent into the wooded gut, my companion looked back and waved his hand.
  12. Never strike a fish hard with the fly, either on gut or hair, if the latter, a breakage is almost sure to follow a violent jerk.
  13. What are termed water knots are the best for tying your gut or hair together, the tighter they are drawn the faster they become.
  14. Take a length of fine round silk worm gut, half a yard of silk well waxed, (wax if possible of the same colour,) take a No.
  15. It was with a shriek of agony that he had leaped across the gut, and he had reached home thereafter in a fever-fit of fear.