bend one's head forward and down, especially to show agreement or give a greeting or sign
let one's head drop in falling asleep while sitting down
an act of nodding
"He nodded his approval"
"The teacher nodded when the student gave the right answer"
"The old man was nodding in his chair"
"the flowers were nodding in the breeze"
"The old man sat nodding by the fireplace"
This assumption seemed to be confirmed..by a little nod from the Doctor.
出自： G. Santayana
Mr. Parker passed the table with a slight nod of his head.
出自： E. Templeton
At a nod from the head waiter, he..removed the half-finished bottle.
出自： A. Brookner
She peeped through the door and nodded to the boy.
出自： W. Cather
Two other women..nodded wisely, agreeing with the observation.
出自： W. Trevor
'Are you alone?' she asked. He nodded.
出自： R. P. Jhabvala
The nurse nodded at a chair..to one side of the bed.
出自： R. Thomas
I nodded at him in greeting.
He nodded at me as he passed.
She took a pull at the bottle then nodded to me.
He nodded to me in a friendly way.
She nodded to me with a smile.
She nodded to us from across the room.
He nodded to me in greeting when I went into the room.
“Ask him,”said Mary, nodding to John.
He nodded to me to leave the room.
He nodded off during the meeting and didn't hear what was said.
I often nod off for a little after lunch.
He nodded off while she was speaking to him.
误 She nodded a welcome for him.
正 She nodded him a welcome.
正 She nodded a welcome to him.
误 He answered with nods.
正 He answered with a nod.
析 nod用作名词时一般用单数,多与with a连用,表示伴随状态。