英 美 ['ɡraʊndɪd]
- adj. 接地的；有基础的
- v. 停（ground的过去式）；触地
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- grounded (adj.)
- late 14c., "learned, instructed thoroughly in the basics;" 1540s as "firmly fixed or established," past participle adjective from ground (v.). Electrical sense is from 1889. Meaning "having been denied privileges" is from 1940s. Dickens had room-ridden "confined to one's room."
- 1. Thompson grounded him for a month, and banned television.
- 2. The civil aviation minister ordered all the planes to be grounded.
- 3. The boat finally grounded on a soft, underwater bank.
- 4. The car took a lurch forward but grounded in a deep rut.
- 5. Her argument was grounded in fact.
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