名词:darkener 动词过去式:darkened 过去分词:darkened 现在分词:darkening 第三人称单数:darkens
v [I, Tn]
1 (cause sth to) become dark （使某物）变黑暗
*We darkened the room to show the film. 我们把房间弄暗以放影片.
* The sky darkened as the storm approached. 风雨欲来, 天色黑暗.
2 (idm 习语) darken sb's `door (joc or rhet 谑或修辞) come as an unwanted or reluctant visitor to sb's house 不受欢迎的人到访
*Go! And never darken my door again! 走吧! 下次不要再到我家来了!
[I and T]
to become dark, or to make something dark
The sky darkened and a few drops of rain fell.
a darkened theater
The evening shadows darkened the room.
[I and T]
to become less hopeful or positive, or to make something like this
As he got drunker, his mood darkened.
if someone's face darkens, they start to look angry
The captain's face darkened as he read.
never darken my door again
old-fashioned said when you do not want to see someone again - now used humorously
1. There is no superior ´they´ in the shape of managements and hotel hierarchies to darken his holiday days. 但在露营地里根本不会有管人的"人上人"和酒店里的等级制度来种露营者的假日过得阴郁低沉。