- in a word
- n.简略,短路,短裤 adj.短的,矮的,不足的,不够的,(智力等)弱的,浅薄的,松脆的,简短 adv.突然,缺乏,不足
- I felt completely squashed by her sarcastic comment.
- 他的妻子竟然 胆小如鼠, 一句话都没说。
- His wife, a strange little mouse, never said anything.
- He whispered a word in my ear.
- He broke off in the middle of a sentence.
- 一句话, 你被解雇了!
- Briefly, you're fired!
- His every sentence is followed by a burst of applause.
- It was finally a remark of Edith's that brought him to his feet in a rush of anger.
- In a word, we should solve this problem ourselves.
- In a word, we must go now.
- I could scarcely edged in a word.
- It's noisy and I can't catch a word.
- He cast his last remark in more formal wording.
- He had difficulty edging in a word of his own.
- Have you sent that letter off yet? There's something I want t
- Every word the professor said was freight ed with meaning.