a thin pointed piece of metal for hammering into a piece of wood, usually to fasten the wood to sth else
a fingernail or toenail
make a door, window, etc. secure with nails
"nail the board onto the wall"
"the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
"He smashed a 3-run homer"
"He nailed down a spot at Harvard"
"She sailed through her exams"
"You will pass with flying colors"
"She nailed her astrophysics course"
"can you pinpoint the position of the enemy?"
"The chemists could not nail the identity of the chromosome"
An astonishingly small..hand, with beautiful square-cut nails.
出自： P. H. Johnson
Her tight-knuckled hands and bitten nails.
出自： M. Bradbury
Close by the threshold of a door nailed fast.
出自： W. Cowper
The royal anathema was nailed on the Episcopal gate at London.
出自： I. D
The draught..prevented by a small tarpaulin nailed across the opening.
出自： S. S. Buckman
The second Shaft..pierc'd his Hand, and nail'd it to his side.
I can't get this lid off, it seems to be nailed down.
我打不开这个盖子,好像是被钉住了。 nail sb ⇔ down to sth
We shall have to nail him down to his promise.
I never nail her down to anything.
We've been trying to nail him down to a precise agreement.
Before they repair the car, nail them down to a price.
Nail the sign to the post.
Surprise nailed him to the spot.
The letter was nailed to the wall with an arrow.