Translation of "scramble" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

scramble

verb uk /ˈskræm.bəl/ us /ˈskræm.bəl/
MOVE QUICKLY 快速移動

C2 [ I usually + adv/prep ] to move or climb quickly but with difficulty, often using your hands to help you

(急速而艱難地)移動;爬;攀登
She scrambled up the steep hillside and over the rocks. 她爬上了陡峭的山坡,翻過岩石。
He scrambled into his clothes (= put them on quickly) and raced to get help. 他匆匆套上衣服,跑去請醫生。
As the burning plane landed, the terrified passengers scrambled for the door (= tried to reach the door quickly). 起火的飛機降落後,受驚的乘客奮力向艙門口跑去。

[ I ] to compete with other people for something there is very little of

爭搶
[ + to infinitive ] People are scrambling to buy property before prices rise even further. 人們搶著在進一步漲價之前購買房地産。
MIX 混合

also scramble up [ T ] to put things such as words or letters in the wrong order so that they do not make sense:

He had a habit of scrambling his words when excited.

[ T ] to mix eggs with a little milk and mix again as they are being fried

炒蛋
CHANGE SIGNAL 改變信號

[ T ] to change a radio or phone signal so that it can only be understood using a special device

對(無線電或電話信號)作擾頻(或倒頻)處理(使只有透過專門設備才能接收)
TAKE OFF 起飛

[ I or T ] specialized military to (cause a plane to) take off very quickly

(使)(飛機)緊急起飛
A helicopter was scrambled within minutes of the news. 直升機在接到消息幾分鐘之後緊急起飛。
noun uk /ˈskræm.bəl/ us /ˈskræm.bəl/
CLIMBING 快速移動

[ S ] a climb that is difficult so that you have to use your hands to help you

(艱難的)爬,攀登
It was a real scramble to the top of the hillside. 好不容易才爬到山坡頂上。
QUICK MOVEMENT

[ S ] an act of hurrying

匆匆的行爲
[ + to infinitive ] As soon as the plane landed there was a mad/wild scramble to get out. 飛機一降落,人們亂作一團,匆匆跑了出去。

[ S ] a hurried attempt to get something

搶奪,爭搶
After the death of the dictator there was an unseemly scramble for power among the generals. 獨裁者死後,將軍們爲爭奪權力鬧翻天。
SPORT 運動

[ C ] a motocross event

摩托車越野賽
We're planning a scramble through the forest next weekend. 我們計劃下周舉行一次穿越森林的摩托車越野賽。
FOOD

[ C ] US a dish of eggs and other foods such as potatoes that are mixed as they are being fried:

a Mexican scramble (= eggs with hot peppers, etc.)
a potato-sausage scramble

(Translation of “scramble” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)