英 [waɪt] 美 [hwaɪt, waɪt]
形容词 白色的，纯洁的; 无色的，透明的; 白衣的; 白种人的
名词 白色; 白种人; 空白; 白色颜料
及物动词 (书写，印刷等)留出空白处; 使变白色，刷白; 漂白
1. Some of the children were white, the others were black.
2. She turned white with rage.
3. Crime rate in the white areas here is on the decline.
1. They treated us white.
Something that is white is the colour of snow or milk.
e.g. He had nice square white teeth...
e.g. Issa's white beach hat gleamed in the harsh lights...
A white person has a pale skin and belongs to a race which is of European origin.
e.g. Working with white people hasn't been a problem for me or for them...
e.g. He was white, with brown shoulder-length hair and a moustache.
If someone goes white, the skin on their face becomes very pale, for example because of fear, shock, anger, or illness.
e.g. Richard had gone very white, but he stood his ground...
e.g. He turned white and began to stammer...
White wine is pale yellow in colour.
e.g. Gregory poured another glass of white wine and went back to his bedroom.
White coffee has had milk or cream added to it.
e.g. Wayne has a large white coffee in front of him.
In the Cafeteria-(在自助餐厅里)
A：What'll you have,sir?
B：I don't know. What's good today?
A：Why not try the beef pot pie? That's the special today.Lots of people come in on Mondays just to get our beef pot pie.Or, how about the oyster stew?
B：No, I'm hungry. That wouldn't last me the afternoon.I guess I'll have a hot beef sandwich with plenty of gravy.
A：Do you want it on whole wheat, white french, or rye?
B：Make it whole wheat.
A：Anything to drink?
B：Yes, coffee, but I'll come back for it later.