a large sum of money
adj.大的,巨大的,宽大的,夸大的 adv.大大地,夸大地,顺风地 n.大sum [sʌm]
- We got through a fortune while we were on holiday!
- 他们受骗, 给了他一大笔钱。
- They were beguiled into giving him large sumsof money.
- I had to lay out a fortune on that car.
- He has a lot of money coming to him when his uncle dies.
- Compensation of injured workers has cost the company a lot.
- It cost us a lot of money to get the goods from the port to our factory.
- Humphrey bought all the available shares in the company and cleaned up when he sold them a week or so later.
- "也许某个不知名的亲戚会在他死后给我们留下一大笔钱。" "如果愿望都能实现，乞丐早就发财了。还是想一些实际的东西吧。"
- "Some unknown relative might die and leave us a lot of money." "And if wishes were horse,
- The Chinese Red Cross contributed a generous sum during the war.
- He's got a fortune tucked away in a Swiss bank account.
- Stephen is bound to last out at his only daughters' wedding.
- He wrote more than30 books and must have earned a bomb.
- He breathed new life into the fund when he donated a large sum of money.
- He trifled a large fortune away in only a few years.
- "Mr.wilkes could make a pile of money out of the mills some day" said rhett.