lift and pull or push with great effort; throw (especially sth heavy)
rise and fall regularly; give out (a sound, especially a sad sound)
try to bring up food from the stomach, especially because of illness
swell; rise and fall
act of heaving
"the heaving of waves on a rough sea"
"a bad case of the heaves"
"he responded with a lift of his eyebrow"
"fireman learn several different raises for getting ladders up"
"he gave it a mighty heave"
"he was not good at heaving passes"
"She heaved a deep sigh when she saw the list of things to do"
"The army surged forward"
"The vessel hove into sight"
"The runners reached the finish line, panting heavily"
"The highway buckled during the heat wave"
And with..a heave flung the officer out over the front parapet.
出自： B. Cable
The doctors who had watched the mysterious disease..had felt a heave of fear.
Her trembling hand she heaves To rend her hair.
The congregation heaved itself to its feet.
出自： S. Middleton
Fen went and heaved the motor-cycle in to the side of the lane.
出自： E. Crispin
Heaving up the two volumes of the Shorter Oxford Dictionary.
出自： P. Fitzgerald
They heaved on the rope.
Heave the rocks into the ravine.
The storm heaved the sea into mountainous weaves.
Heave the box onto the top shelf.
河水正在急剧上升。 heave sth ⇔ up
Sailors heaved up the cable with windlass or capstan.
All afternoon we heaved bales of hay up onto the truck.
A large fish heaved itself up out of the water.
一条大鱼从水中跃起。 heave up
He heaved up after drinking too much.
A performance like that makes me want to heave up.
那样的表演真叫我恶心。 heave sth ⇔ up
The poor child has heaved up her dinner again .