an instrument to whistle
the high sound made by passing air or steam through a small tube-shaped area, either an instrument or a mouth
make a sharp, clear, piping sound or note with the lips or with a whistle; produce by whistling
force air or steam through a whistle
move with a whistling sound
ask for sth with no chance of success
"the whistle signalled the end of the game"
"He lay there, snoring and whistling"
"The bullets whistled past him"
"She whistled a melody"
"Her optimism whistled away these worries"
"the kettle was singing"
"the bullet sang past his ear"
"She whistled for her maid"
The train blows its whistle.
出自： J. Cheever
Police whistles shrilled in the silence.
出自： J. Kosinski
A toy company that makes wooden tops, whistles, and kazoos.
She whistled on a small silver call..used to summon domestics.
出自： Sir W. Scott
She didn't even thank us for helping her, so the next time she needs help she can only whistle for it.
对于我们的帮助她连谢都不谢,下次别指望我们再帮她了。 whistle for sth
John whistled for a taxi.
约翰用口哨召唤出租汽车。 whistle for sth to-v
The policeman whistled for the motorcar to stop.
他吹口哨唤狗,狗跑了过来。 whistle sth to sb
He whistled a foreign tune to us.