决战2019 10月26日 22时44分
1. come down with sth To become ill. "With" is typically followed by the particular illness. to become or to be sick with some illness. ◎ Susan came down with a bad cold and had to cancel her trip. ◎ I didn't go to work because I came down with the flu. ◎ Our goalie came down with the flu and missed the game. 2. steal someone's thunder spoil somebody's attempt to surprise or impress, by doing sth first; To garner the attention or praise that one had been expecting or receiving for some accomplishment, announcement, etc. ◎ My brother is the star athlete of our high school, so no matter what I succeed in, he's constantly stealing my thunder. ◎ We were about to announce our engagement when Jeff and Tina stole our thunder and revealed that they were going to have a baby. ◎ He had planned to tell everyone about his discovery at the September meeting, but his assistant stole his thunder by talking about it beforehand. 3. pain in the neck A person or thing that is extremely annoying or inconvenient. ◎ Getting boxes in and out of the attic is a real pain in the neck. ◎ Her new boyfriend is a real pain in the neck — he never stops talking.