the whole family
- n.全部,全体,整体,完全之体系 adj.所有的,完整的,完全的,纯粹的,未损伤的,未打破的 adv.完全,整个
- n.家庭,家族,家属,亲属,子女,僚属 adj.家庭的,家族的
- We'd like you to feel you're part of the family.
- What a tribe (ie large family) they've got!
- She used her family's history as a base for her novel.
- Next summer he hopes to bring his family over from the States.
- This restaurant is a family concern.
- The family had lived in peace and tranquillity before the unfortunate traffic accident.
- Our family was on the move for five year until dad found a good job.
- Eugene and his family were rooted out from its native district and sent abroad.
- Be quiet or you'll wake the whole household.
- Her family came upon the parish.
- She's got a family to feed.
- On the one hand you accept his presents; on the other hand, you are rude to the whole family. What really is your attitude to them?
- A heavy debt lay on the family like a dead weight.
- The frightened family forgot all about the wonderful qualities of the intended bride and remained home in benares.
- Not long ago charles erickson and his family decided to do some spring housecleaning.