名词:assaulter 动词过去式:assaulted 过去分词:assaulted 现在分词:assaulting 第三人称单数:assaults
n [C, U] ~ (on sth) sudden violent attack 突然而猛烈的攻击; 突袭; 突击
*make an assault on the enemy lines 突袭敌军阵线
* The roar of city traffic is a steady assault on one's nerves. 市区车辆的喧嚣声不停地刺激着神经.
* an alarming increase in cases of indecent assault, eg rape 强奸猥亵案件惊人的增加.
v [Tn] make an assault on (sb) 突袭; 突击
*He got two years' imprisonment for assaulting a police officer. 他因袭击警察而遭两年监禁.
* Six women have been sexually assaulted in the area recently. 最近这一带有六个女子遭受强奸猥亵.
1. The soldiers made a strong assault on the town. 士兵们猛袭该城。
2. He made clear the United States view on the assault across the Channel, which he said had been a firmly fixed view for many months past. 他阐明了美国关于通过英吉利海峡进行攻击的观点，说这一观点是他们过去几个月一直牢牢树立的一个观点。