n.锚, 锚状物,依靠, 新闻节目主播, 压阵队员
v.抛锚, 停泊, 用锚系住, 担任（广播电视新闻节目）的主持人
Several boats lay at anchor in the harbour.
The ship was anchored off the shore.
He anchored his hope in his friend's help.
He anchored the winning team.
Hope is his only anchor.
a mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving
a central cohesive source of support and stability
a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute
secure a vessel with an anchor
1. 锚; 锚状物
2. 赖以支撑的人(或物), 靠山
Her pledge to remain faithful to him was his anchor when he was in prison.
3. 【美】(电台或电视台)新闻节目主播(anchorman, anchorwoman, anchorperson)
An anchor coordinates a newscast in which several correspondents give reports.
2. 使固定, 系住
We anchored the tent with pegs.
She anchors a 45-minute news show at noon.
The boats anchored off Boston.
They lay at anchor outside the harbour.
Letters from home were an anchor to him when he worked abroad.
They anchored their ship in the river in a foggy morning.
The ship anchored along the shore.
She anchors the top-rated news show.
vt. & vi.
We anchored the hammock to the tree.
The insect anchored fast to its prey.