guts 的 3 个定义
- the alimentary canal, especially between the pylorus and the anus, or some portion of it.Compare foregut, midgut, hindgut.
- 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.
- the belly; stomach; abdomen.
- to take out the guts or entrails of; disembowel.
- to destroy the interior of: Fire gutted the building.
- to plunder of contents: Invaders gutted the village.
- to remove the vital or essential parts from: The prisoner's letters were gutted by heavy censorship.
- Informal. basic or essential: to discuss the gut issues.based on instincts or emotions: a gut reaction; gut decisions.
- gut it out
- bust a gut
- hate someone's guts
- have the guts
- Soft, jelly-like eggs survived a trip through a bird’s gizzard, which grinds food, and its gut.
- She first supported us way back last winter when it took some guts to do so.
- That translates to a $240 billion gut-punch to states and cities.
- Steroid hormones like testosterone can boost confidence during times of stress, and they’re part of a system of “gut feelings” needed for speedy decisions.
- For fish eggs, getting gobbled up by a duck means a harrowing journey through the bird’s gut.
- Neither Smith nor Marx can carry us far into the guts of globalized financial capitalism.
- They were being carried out and the stench of their rotting flesh and bloated guts made it hard to examine them closely.
- Soon enough, I felt my own guts rebelling and stepped out into the crystalline Andean night.
- In the end, it was not Leonard who had the guts to press and release—it was Evelyn Aron.
- He loves Marilyn Monroe because she “had the guts of a lion.”
- We been trying to get a younger saw-bones for a long time, but nobody had the guts to tell him he was fired, I guess.
- He said: "None of the rest of them had the guts even to bring me the message, eh?"
- The saying went in Goldbanks that he "had the guts" and could whip his weight in wildcats.
- The rich, metallic guts of a planet exposed for easy mining.
- Fatigue tied tiny knots high in their guts so that their stomachs hung like stones.