英 [spel] 美 [spɛl]
第三人称单数：spells现在分词：spelling过去分词：spelt; spelled过去式：spelt; spelled
及物动词拼写; 导致，意味着; 组成（一个词）的字母是…
名词符咒，咒语; 魅力; 一段时间; 轮班
1. spell backward : 倒拼, 曲解；
2. spell over : 思考, 读懂；
1. I don't know how to spell your name.
2. I'll spell you now at mowing the lawn.
1. We finally got a sunny day after the long raining spell.
2. Father and son took spells at the wheel.
A：May I speak with Mr. Chen, please?
B：Sorry, but he is out at the moment.
A：Then, please tell him that Zhao Li called.
B：Yes. I'm sorry, but how do you spell your last name, sir?
A：It's Zhao, Z-H-A-O.Please tell him that Lu Ming tried to contact him.
B：Yes. I will.
A：You know, Ralph, since I started speaking English all the time my pronunciation's getting better and even the grammar's beginning to make some sense. But I don't think I'll ever be able to spell.
B：You're not alone there.I have trouble with spelling too. When I was in grade school. I learned which words were the most frequently misspelled. But I never did learn how to spell them.
A：Since it's so difficult, why is it so important to learn how to spell properly?
B：Because if you spell satisfactorily, you're considered educated.If you don't, you're not.
1. 咒语：1998年,他出版了自己的第三部小说<>(Spell),一部关于男同性恋的喜剧. 布克奖(TheMan BookerPrize)是当代英语小说界的最高奖项,也是在世界文坛上享有盛誉的文学大奖. 该奖颁给在过去12个月内出版的英国、爱尔兰和英联邦国家作家的小说作品.
2. 拼写：英语的基本单位是单词,若要有效及准确地传递信息,最基本的要求是能准确地拼写(spell)单词. 但颇为遗憾的是,香港中学生的拼写能力并不理想,看看下列考生常犯的拼写错误(spelling errors)便可知道:
3. 法术：另一种则是精简格式,包含来源(source)、目标(target)、法术(spell)、动作(action)和结果(result). 所以我们可以通过多种方式来格式化战斗记录,从单位名称着色到根据法术类型对其伤害数字着色. 在Blizzard_CombatLog_Filters变量中可找到这些格式的相关设置.
spell词典解释American English uses the form spelled as the past tense and past participle. British English uses either spelled or spelt. 美国英语中过去式和过去分词为 spelled，英国英语中则既可用 spelled，也可用 spelt。
When you spell a word, you write or speak each letter in the word in the correct order.
e.g. He gave his name and then helpfully spelt it...
e.g. How do you spell 'potato'?...
Someone who can spell knows the correct order of letters in words.
e.g. It's shocking how students can't spell these days...
e.g. You accused me of inaccuracy yet you can't spell 'Middlesex'.
If something spells a particular result, often an unpleasant one, it suggests that this will be the result.
e.g. If the irrigation plan goes ahead, it could spell disaster for the birds...
e.g. A report has just arrived on government desks which spells more trouble.
A spell of a particular type of weather or a particular activity is a short period of time during which this type of weather or activity occurs.
e.g. There has been a long spell of dry weather...
e.g. You join a barrister for two six-month spells of practical experience.
你跟着一位出庭律师进行两期为时 6 个月的实习工作。
A spell is a situation in which events are controlled by a magical power.
e.g. They say she died after a witch cast a spell on her.
e.g. ...the kiss that will break the spell.
6. see also: spelling
If something or someone casts their spell on you or casts a spell on you, you are fascinated or charmed by them.
e.g. For many years sundials have cast their spell over scientists and mathematicians...
e.g. People said he was able to cast a spell on the public.
If you are under someone's spell, you are so fascinated by them that you cannot think about anything else.
e.g. Even sensible Frank had fallen under her spell.
1. a verbal formula believed to have magical force
e.g. he whispered a spell as he moved his hands
inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese
Synonym: magic spellmagical spellcharm
2. a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by) a magical incantation
3. a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition
e.g. he was here for a little while
I need to rest for a piece
a spell of good weather
a patch of bad weather
4. a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)
e.g. it's my go
a spell of work
1. take turns working
e.g. the workers spell every four hours
2. indicate or signify
e.g. I'm afraid this spells trouble!
3. orally recite the letters of or give the spelling of
e.g. How do you spell this word?We had to spell out our names for the police officer
Synonym: spell out
4. place under a spell
5. write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
e.g. He spelled the word wrong in this letter
6. relieve (someone) from work by taking a turn
e.g. She spelled her husband at the wheel