英语中的 53 个以 “动词 + sth. + adj.” 为结构的动词短语

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其中形容词作为直接名词的补足语成分。

feel sth. adj.

trust magnates who felt themselves superior to law

find sth. adj.

When he woke up, he found himself lost in the forest.

While I don't like biology, I find it interesting.

You'll find your colleagues very eager to assist you.

The officer was found guilty of abstracting a rather large amount of money from the company.

At best we found their visit pleasantly short.

prove sth. adj.

the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty

words that proved prophetic

wipe sth. adj.

I'd like to wipe my slate clean and start all over again.

Bob did badly in high school, but he wiped his slate clean and did a good job in college.

A boy is wiping his face clean after taking a bite of a slice of cherry pie.

A boy wiping his face clean.

A man wipes the outside of a window clean as a girl cleans the same window from the inside.

dye sth. adj.

A woman is having her hair dyed red.

A woman sits in a room and brushes her dyed hair, which is dyed red.

The right-hand horse has a mane that was dyed purple.

A woman with pink hair on a street corner holds two dogs that have been dyed pink.

The wool will be dyed blue.

book sth. adj.

Woman sitting on chair reading book with many people standing around her.

judge sth. adj.

adjudge sth. adj.

vt. 宣判, 判决, 裁定给, 认为

slather sth. adj.

envisage sth. adj.

drive sth. adj.

John attached himself to his older brother and drove him crazy.

The sound of the wind howling drove me crazy.

The dog's constant barking drove me insane.

This itch is driving me crazy.

All these telephone calls are driving me mad.

presume sth. adj.

keep sth. adj.

The human beings have been able to keep a small, secret school open since the machines took over.

I can well remember that there was a time when a deep blue sky could never have kept me spellbound.

They focus on keeping their soil rich and free of disease.

You must keep your eyes open if you're going to make your trip to the United Kingdom enjoyable and worthwhile.

Cold water circulates through the entire building and keeps it cool.

report sth. adj.

bring sth. adj.

Please bring me up-to-date.

Two young women with long straight light-brown hair embrace, and bring their faces close as though to kiss.

Two elderly women with long straight light-brown hair embrace, and bring their faces close as though to kiss.

Young people brought wine cooler to their picnic.

rule sth. adj.

term sth. adj.

shake sth. adj.

Two brown dogs shake themselves dry at the beach.

A black dog shakes itself dry on the beach in front of the waves.

a white dog shakes itself dry

A dog shaking itself dry next to a blue Frisbee near to a body of water.

a black dog is standing on a step next to a river as it shakes itself dry.

watch sth. adj.

A man and his three children watch the helium balloons float higher in the air.

The man is watching a Christmas special.

People are watching other people high up on a Ferris wheel.

A woman is watching the rain poor.

a woman watches a rap group live

slide sth. adj.

sense sth. adj.

declare sth. adj.

During a baseball game a Dodgers player is declared safe.

A Dodger player ties the score after being declared safe during a game.

A Dodgers player is declared safe during a game.

highest-earning Tory MP stupidly did not declare any income at all

She was declared incompetent

fancy sth. adj.

paint sth. adj.

I want to have my car painted red as blood.

A man is painting a house blue.

A man is leaning out of a window to paint some decorative iron white.

The people are painting the lanterns red.

The men are painting the wall black.

polish sth. adj.

shoe polishing competition underway

pound sth. adj.

The cop pounded the same beat for years and years.

spot sth. adj.

The older woman is talking to the purple spotted alien.

visualize sth. adj.

catch sth. adj.

Mary tried to cash a forged check at the bank, and the teller caught her red-handed.

Many car thieves are caught red-handed.

Both of Jane's sisters got caught short before they graduated high school.

The clerk was caught unawares, and the robber emptied out the cash register before the clerk could sound the alarm.

Martha would not be caught dead going into a place like that.

see sth. adj.

In 2008, you will see Beijing as beautiful as a garden, with cleaner water and clearer sky.

I'm glad to see you here safe and sound.

I'd be happy if you could see your way clear to attend our meeting.

I wanted to be there, but I couldn't see my way clear.

You can see all the images just fine.

call sth. adj.

Willie is not what I would call laid back .

The baseball player is called safe after sliding into the base.

A kid is trying to fight with a fence because it called him fat.

A trail is taunting the young men by calling their mothers fat.

The player is called safe and her teammate celebrates.

build sth. adj.

A middle-aged man with a black and white shirt building an airplane in a field with cars all around.

Woman walks in front of building carrying purse close.

He built the company dependent on the help of others.

clean sth. adj.

Woman sweeps storage building, cleaning it out to get ready for business.

A janitor flashes a smile while he cleans a replica small building with a vacuum cleaner.

split sth. adj.

thrust sth. adj.

hammer sth. adj.

A man is hammering a nail on his new deck barefoot.

A man is hammering a nail barefoot.

hammer the metal flat

send sth. adj.

I will send it post-paid

the good news sent her spirits aloft

wish sth. adj.

consider sth. adj.

Despite Mamie's efforts to appear to be upper class, most folks considered her common as dirt.

once considered sacred, the disciples placed the fragments in the 12 baskets, and they were never seen again

Herod considered that document too sacred to write anything on

the siamese twins were not considered separable

the Catholic Church considers the Pope infallible

visualise sth. adj.

think sth. adj.

I think a whole heap more of Joe than I do of his brother.

what a nice fellow you are and we all thought you so nasty

you think my intrusion unseasonable

if you think him guilty you judge amiss

She pulled it off, even though we never thought her capable of it

proclaim sth. adj.

vt. 宣布, 公告, 宣言, 表明, 赞扬

take sth. adj.

The terrorists planned to take the ambassador hostage.

The entire family was taken hostage by the robber.

The pilot took the plane aloft and tested it out.

When will you take this aloft for a test flight?

Would you take it amiss if I told you I thought you look lovely?

hear sth. adj.

I hear you loud and clear.

You don't have to yell--I can hear you just fine

scour sth. adj.

imagine sth. adj.

Imagine seeing a picture of a make biker riding down the aisle with people.

The woman walking past the mall imagines wearing the pretty dress on sale.

leave sth. adj.

v. 让...保持...

Unfortunately his father died, leaving the family even worse off.

She left me so frustrated that I couldn't see straight.

Please be careful not to leave the house unlocked.

Ted lapsed from grace when he left the lobby door unlocked all weekend.

In searching for a nice place to live, we left no stone unturned.

turn sth. adj.

One of these people is turning 35 years old.

a rose has turned the garden red

repressed rage turned his face scarlet

the impregnation, whatever it was, had turned the rock blue

mop sth. adj.

scrub sth. adj.

Wipe all this mud away and scrub the floor clean.

A young boy wearing a tropical shirt scrubs his oven clean.

disprove sth. adj.

color sth. adj.

The building he is on is colored blue.

A man in a light colored uniform is outside an Asian restaurant cleaning the display window which features exotic foods hanging on hooks.

The bag is colored yellow.

The bridge is colored blue.

People gathered along roadside holding flag's colored red, green and white.

wash sth. adj.

A lady wash her hair and spread water all around.

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