(cause to) become greater in volume, thickness or force
"he did a bully job"
"a neat sports car"
"had a great time at the party"
"you look simply smashing"
"The music swelled to a crescendo"
"The mother was swelling with importance when she spoke of her son"
"The bellies of the starving children are swelling"
"Strong emotions welled up"
"Smoke swelled from it"
"Tears well in her eyes"
"the currents well up"
"The water swells the wood"
The oily swells..surged in from the mouth of the bay.
出自： D. Bagley
The ship was rolling slightly..in the long placid swell.
出自： G. Santayana
The Major..swelling every already swollen vein in his head.
A substance softening or swelling up in water.
出自： A. Henfrey
His rounded belly made his white shirt..swell out.
出自： E. Langley
The sails swelled out in the wind.
船帆迎风鼓起。 swell sth ⇔ out
The bird swelled out its chest to attract the attention of the female.
He swelled out his chest with pride.
Her face swelled with the toothache.
The river has swollen with melted snow.
雪融河涨。 swell sth with sth
Birds swell their feathers with air in order to keep warm.
Her eyes were swollen with tears.
她的眼睛哭肿了。 swell with sth
Her heart swelled with grief.
His breast swelled with emotion.
Don't swell with pride when you make some contribution.
有了贡献不要沾沾自喜。 swell sth with sth
Our neighbour has most generously swelled the collection with a gift of ￡25.