a tool or machine for making holes
training and instruction in a subject of for a purpose, especially by means of repeating and following exact order
make a hole or remove sth with a drill
train and exercise soldiers, students, etc. under instruction
"practice makes perfect"
"don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"
"drill a hole into the wall"
"drill for oil"
"carpenter bees are boring holes into the wall"
"We drilled French verbs every day"
"Pianists practice scales"
Loading drill on the five-inch gun.
出自： T. Heggen
The days were taken up with a succession of drills and parades and inspections.
出自： S. Hill
Just ordinary drills of cabbages.
出自： C. S. Lewis
Farmers' wives in white drill overalls.
出自： W. Holtby
Purposely drilling out the time, hoping to encline the Senate to favour his designe.
出自： J. Ussher
Rabbit-holes drill the bank everywhere.
出自： R. Jefferies
The teacher drilled his students in sentence patterns.
The mother drilled her daughter in all that she should do at the wedding ceremony.
She has been drilled in the art of courtesy.
A girl should be drilled in all that she should do.
They are thoroughly drilled in English grammar.
He sensed that the eyes of the men were drilling into the back of his neck.
他感到人们的目光狠狠地盯着他的脖子后面。 drill sth into sb
Can't you drill some manners into the boy?
I simply don't believe that spoken skills can be drilled into learners in a language laboratory.
我简直不相信在语言实验室里能够把说话的技能传授给学生。 drill into sb that/wh-clause
She drilled into the children that they must say “thank you” to their hostess.
Parents often try to drill into their children how much they owe them.