例句1. holding the sling in your left hand, lift the pack on to your back
例句2. a few cocktails had lifted his flagging spirits
例句3. they seem able to lift their game for the big occasions
例句4. by now the fog had lifted
例句5. a draft law lifting the ban on political parties
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Pickpockets often lift money from old women.
Gave her a lift with her heavy packages.
Give me a lift with this job.
Don′t lift that!
Stop looking at the ground; lift your head up.
Don′t all try to squash into the lift together.
The window doesn′t lift .
The heavy fog didn′t lift until noon.
The lift was so small that only three people could fit in.
The lift was not operating properly.
The lift grinds in the shaft.
To lift the balance, extend the front leveling feet (turn clockwise).
Lift a sentence out of context
Yes, but we only have one on the sixth floor near the lift .
Sorry to bother you, but could you give me a lift home?
anti-lift device; anti-lifting device
To free (liberalize, decontrol, lift the control over)the grain prices
engine ,piston,internal combustion,for factory or warehouse works trucks (e.g,fork-lift trucks)or railway platform tractors
Industrial trucks-Inspection and repair of fork arms in service on fork-lift trucks
In the final analysis, we have to depend on ourselves to develop and lift ourselves out of poverty.
The good news gave us a lift .
Have a drink. It′ll give you a lift .
White church spires lift above green valleys.
They managed to thumb a lift to Paris.
She can lift a pail of water from the ground.
She offered him a lift and he accepted.
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1.A built-up heel or device worn in a boot or shoe to make the wearer appear taller or to correct shortening of a leg.
‘This season’s styles range from sandals with barely a _lift_ and lower heels, to teetering spikes that can do some serious damage.’
‘The patients were rehabilitated in a boot with a heel _lift_ and were permitted full weightbearing as soon as tolerated.’
2.A device incorporating a moving cable for carrying people up or down a mountain.
‘we zigzagged across the mountain from one _lift_ to the next’
‘Can I climb mountains, ride a ski _lift_ , and ski?’
3.A feeling of confidence or cheerfulness.
‘winning this match has given everyone a _lift_ ’
‘We want to give them a _lift_ , encouraging the good ones to stick with it and resist the temptation to jack it all in and run off with a Spanish waiter.’
4.A free ride in another person's vehicle.
‘Miss Green is giving me a _lift_ to school’
‘On a walk, at the theatre, in a bus, at a restaurant or a roadside joint, or even when a stranger, who is given a _lift_ by you, rides on the pillion, people are strangely silent.’
5.A platform or compartment housed in a shaft for raising and lowering people or things to different levels.
‘Alice went up to the second floor in the _lift_ ’
‘the _lift_ door opened’
6.A rise in price, level, or amount.
‘the company has already produced a 10 per cent _lift_ in profits’
‘And he predicts a big _lift_ in goat prices is on the way.’
7.An act of lifting.
‘weightlifters attempting a particularly heavy _lift_ ’
‘To accomplish the latter, keep your heels close together and angle your toes slightly outward for _lifts_ such as hack squats and leg presses.’
8.An instance of stealing or plagiarizing something.
‘in a speech he adopted the President’s familiar hand motions—it was a _lift_ ’
9.The maximum weight that an aircraft can raise.
‘the Puma tactical transport helicopter has a total _lift_ of up to 5,500 lb’
‘To sustain an airplane in the air it is enough that the _lift_ be equal to the weight, but for an airplane take off the _lift_ must be bigger than weight.’
10.The tendency of a ball bowled to rise sharply on bouncing.
‘The left-arm fast bowler, extracting much _lift_ , bowled with hostility to contain the batsmen.’
‘He gained much _lift_ and sharpness with his awkward wrong-footed deliveries.’
11.Upward force exerted by the air on an aerofoil or other structure, counteracting gravity.
‘separate engines provide _lift_ and generate forward speed’
‘The sudden loss of _lift_ caused the airplane to descend rapidly to the runway.’
1.(of a cloud, fog, etc.) move upwards or away.
‘the factory smoke hung low, never _lifted_ ’
‘On Tuesday afternoon, clouds _lifted_ from the site for the first time.’
2.(of a person's mood) become happier.
‘suddenly his heart _lifted_ and he could have wept with relief’
‘My heart began to _lift_ at that point, as I realized that not everyone shared the same hatred for my family.’
‘that night the army came and _lifted_ Buckley’
4.Carry off or win (a prize or event)
‘she staged a magnificent comeback to _lift_ the British Open title’
‘Liverpool were seemingly assured of the title in 1989 when they needed only to avoid a two-goal defeat at home to the Gunners to _lift_ the trophy.’
5.Dig up (plants or root vegetables)
‘the end of September is the time to _lift_ and store carrots’
‘We have also started marking out a new design in what will become the flower garden, and some of the turf has already been _lifted_ .’
6.Enable (someone or something) to escape from an unpleasant situation.
‘the best way to _lift_ nations out of poverty is through trade’
‘She was an actress with an opera singer’s voice and vocal skills, which enabled her to _lift_ her performances out of the banal into the realms of realism.’
7.Formally remove or end (a legal restriction, decision, or ban)
‘the European Community _lifted_ its oil embargo against South Africa’
‘Provincial and federal bans on offshore oil and gas development are also expected to be _lifted_ in the near future.’
8.Hit or kick (a ball) high into the air.
‘In the ninth, the devilish player _lifted_ a long fly ball that fell behind him in center for a pinch-hit triple.’
‘Huckerby looked odds-on to score as he _lifted_ the ball towards goal but Michael Oakes read the situation well and made an outstanding block.’
9.Improve the rank or position of (a person or team)
‘this victory _lifted_ United into third place’
‘Haga’s double victory _lifted_ him from fourth to third in the overall rankings.’
10.Increase (a price or amount)
‘the building society _lifted_ its interest rates by 0.75 of a point’
‘In addition to war fears, oil prices were also _lifted_ by a snowstorm which hit the east of the US over the weekend.’
11.Increase the volume of (one's voice)
‘she _lifted_ her voice in a great shout’
‘Willie sang boldly, _lifting_ up his voice’
12.Move (one's eyes or face) to face upwards and look at someone or something.
‘he _lifted_ his eyes for an instant’
‘I stole fifteen minutes to go and sit on the patio, closing my eyes and _lifting_ my face to the sun.’
13.Move upwards; be raised.
‘Thomas’s eyelids drowsily _lifted_ ’
‘But her voice _lifted_ and wavered, and it ended up a question more than it was a statement.’
14.Perform cosmetic surgery on (part of the body) to reduce sagging.
‘surgeons _lift_ and remove excess skin from the face and neck’
‘This allows the nipple and areola complex to be _lifted_ .’
15.Pick up and move to a different position.
‘he _lifted_ her down from the pony’s back’
‘He pressed something into my hand as he kissed me; he _lifted_ himself up and pulled me up after him.’
16.Raise (a person's spirits or confidence)
‘we heard inspiring talks which _lifted_ our spirits’
‘Every donation is valuable to us, but a gift of this size _lifts_ everyone’s spirits.’
17.Raise to a higher position or level.
‘he _lifted_ his trophy over his head’
‘He also knows that whoever _lifts_ the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Bombay next month will know that they’ve been through a scrap to end all scraps.’
‘he had been caught _lifting_ a coat from a department store’
‘Punitive expeditions destroyed crops and stores and _lifted_ cattle, leaving villagers to starve as a salutary lesson for resistance or revolt.’
19.Transport by air.
‘a helicopter _lifted_ 11 crew to safety from the ship’
‘Everything, every single nut, bolt, screw, girder, steel cable, had to be _lifted_ to those heights by helicopter, and winched down.’
20.Use (a person's work or ideas) without permission or acknowledgement.
‘this is a hackneyed adventure _lifted_ straight from a vintage Lassie episode’
‘These scenes could have been _lifted_ straight out of the Middle Ages.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。