- n.抽筋,腹部绞痛,(pl.)月经痛 adj.狭窄的,难解的 vt.使抽筋,以铁箍扣紧
- 游泳者两腿抽筋, 不得不由他人救助出水。
- The swimmer got cramp in his legs and had to be helped out of the water.
- Our accommodation is rather cramped.
- The swimmer was seized with cramp and had to be helped out of the water.
- The swimmer got cramp in his legs and had to be helped out of t
- The famous master swimmer had an attack of cramp and had to give up the contest.
- We're a bit cramped for space in this attic.
- I feel cramped by the limitations of my job.
- My bedfellow is cough and cramp; we sleep three in a bed.
- All these difficulties cramped his progress.
- One is that half of hong kong's citizens are herded into cramped government flats.
- The33-year-old damon has seen his first two months of the season plagued by various injuries most notably recurring calf cramps that hinder his ability to pursue fly balls in center field.
- Were cramped in the tiny cubicle.
- No I just feel cramped and painful. "
- The drug doesn't help everyone and it can have side effects including nausea muscle cramps and skin rash.
- The cold draught on the floor quickly froze his mattress into a sheet of iron and in the calves of his curled up legs he felt cramp coming on.