- [for someone] to experience something, such as an accident. Poor
Carlo met with a serious accident. Henry always feared meeting with
a horrible fate.
- [for someone or something] to strike or touch something. That
board is supposed to meet perfectly with the surface of the wall.
Her head met with the top of the car a number of times during the
- to encounter some kind of response. The proposal met with unexpected
opposition. Her speech was met with universal approval.
Open Heat: Unwilling or unable to complete the obstacle
- at a push
if absolutely necessary; only with a certain degree of difficulty.
“there’s room for four people, or five at a push”
if necessary, in case of necessity, if need be, if needs must, if
forced,if all else fails, in an emergency”at a push, you could use a
disk editor to recover files”
- bells and whistles
attractive additional features or trimmings.
- allow something for something
Climb up and over the cargo net with front of body always facing toward
- hook it
make it happen
about the goods for the party – my friend who works the streets said
he could hook it up.
- An out of the box feature or functionality (also called
OOTB or off the shelf), particularly in
is a feature or functionality of a product that works immediately
after installation without any configuration or
It also means that it is available for all users by default, and are
not required to pay additionally to use those features, or needs to
- wrap my brain around it
Make sense of.
“That algebra equation is really difficult. I can’t wrap my brain
- blow someone or something over
[for the wind] to move strongly and upset someone or something.
The wind almost blew us over. The tornado blew the shed over.
See also: blow
- do justice to sb/sth
(also do sb/sth justice)
C2 to treat someone or something in a way that is fair and shows
their or its true qualities:
This postcard doesn’t do justice to the wonderful scenery.
- in addition
Also; as well.
in addition to
Over and above; besides.
- start someone over
to cause someone to begin again; to lead someone to begin again. The
orchestra messed up the first few bars, so the conductor started
them over again. I hope the conductor doesn’t start us over again.
This is getting boring to play.
See also: start
to begin again. I have messed this up so much that there is nothing
to do now but start over. When you start over, try to do it right
Anyone unable to get over the bar.
- to allocate a share or a suitable amount of something, such as time,
money, space, etc., for some activity or goal. I allowed only an
hour for lunch. They did not allow enough money for their
expenditures this month.
- to give consideration to circumstances or contingencies. We allowed
room for expansion when we designed the building. Allowing for his
youth and lack of experience, I forgave him completely for his
- pet peeve
plural noun: pet peeves
something that a particular person finds especially annoying.
“one of my biggest pet peeves is poor customer service”
- As for correctness, conditions without parentheses are a recipe
for silly mistakes.
- a person to whom one turns for help or support; also called go-to
- meet with someone
to have a meeting with someone. I will meet with all of them on
Monday. When can I meet with you?
See also: meet, with
meet with something
Yes, Women’s “Kicker” Step available on 7′ & 8′ Walls.
There is no option to do burpees instead of this obstacle.
Damaging or destroying the sandbag requires repeat of obstacle or
Yes, different size Atlas Ball
**男女法则各异？Men vs Women Difference?**
Carrying the bucket on shoulders, neck, or head.
男士重量 40公斤 女人重量 20公斤 绳子长18米粗25.4毫米
Navigate OVER the first wall, UNDER the second wall, and THROUGH the
last set of walls.
Packs / bottles must go through the barbed wire obstacle.
男女适用分化尺寸的石块 男士52公斤 女人 34千克
Navigate and stay within the widths of the obstacle.
Unable to navigate the walls.
Feet touching bars above head.
Lower the weight slowly and under control, without releasing the rope,
until weight reaches the ground. (no dropping the weight).
Feet touching the ground.
BARBED WIRE CRAWL ——俄尔普斯之禁
Dropping the weight (rope slips through, or leaves the Athletes hands
AND hits the ground hard).
Not willing or able to complete the route with the sandbag.
Carry it to the other side
One attempt to throw the spear and have it stick into the spearman .
Climb up and over the wall without touching the support structure. –
Only women can use the “kickers”.
Navigate up and over the wall.
Not willing or able to go under the wall.
Cross the structure from start to finish using the hanging items (rings,
bars, ropes, etc).
Keep feet low on fence or against provided barrier!
Not returning the bucket full to the specified line.
Pull the rope to raise the weight until the knot or weight reaches the
Crawl under the barbed wire. .
There is no limit to the number of tries.
Elite/Competitive Heat racers that help each other.
Buckets returned with a significantly low level of contents require the
racer to complete the obstacle again.
Yes, different weights
Do 5 Burpees
Jump over the bar without touching the support structure.
Men vs Women Difference? 男女准则不生机勃勃？
**Men vs Women Difference?孩子准绳不风姿洒脱？**
Swing from bar to bar using ONLY your arms/hands. Feet cannot touch the
ground or the rungs.
Men vs Women Difference? 男女法规各异？
As in all obstacles, Elite/Competitive Heat racers are not allowed to
help each other.
Climb up and over the wall. Using any bracing or flag post is not
Anyone not able to move the “stones”to opposite flag and back to start
Fill the bucket with gravel from the “bin”to a point above the holes or
marked section in the bucket, and carrythe bucket along the prescribed
Over Under Through ——三阶穿越
Navigate the wall using only the handholds and ring the bell.
Spear does not stick into the spearman or it is touching the ground.
It is mandatory to complete the entire route.
Elite/Competitive racers are not allowed to help each other.
Using the ground.
Damaging or destroying the sand bag.
Racers are not allowed to use the top of the wall or the ground.
A-frame Cargo Climb——逾越屋脊
Using any any mechanical assistance to complete the obstacle.
Yes, women fill buckets less (generally buckets are a different color).
Elite or Competitive athletes that help each other.
As in all obstacles, Elite/Competitive Heat racers can not help each
The bucket must return filled so that all holes are covered with gravel.
Elite racers get one try.