- a little bit; in some measure; something of a
- n.少许,一会儿,短时间 adj.很少的,矮小的,短暂的,琐碎的 adv.很少,稍微,完全不
- n.小块,少量,片刻,马嚼子,辅币 vt.上马嚼子,控制 vbl.咬 n.[计]位,比特
- n.尺寸,量度器,量度标准,方法,测量,措施 vt.测量,测度,估量,分派,权衡,调节 vi.量
- pron.某事,某物 adj.有点象,大约
- The shops are a few minutes' walk away.
- She was only partly responsible for the accident.
- Lastly, to conclude this part; as we said in the beginning, that the act of envy had somewhat in it of witchcraft, so there is no other cure of envy, but the cure of witchcraft; and that is, to remove the lot(as they call it) and to lay it upon anothe
- His manner partakes of insolence.
- What you say is partly true.
- She is something of an artist.
- Just a few minutes away from launching the gpm spacecraft.
- Jones had some heroic ingredients in his composition.
- In a way he was the'poor-devil author'of whom washington irving wrote a sympathetic sketch the man who from vast dreams of literary fame descends to ignominious hackwork.
- She was therefore obliged to seek another branch of the subject and related with much bitterness of spirit and some exaggeration.
- I was a little apprehensive about the results of the exams.
- I say insufferable; for the feeling was unrelieved by any of that half-pleasurable because poetic sentiment with which the mind usually receives even the sternest natural images of the desolate or terrible
- A queerly inscribed sheet of paper; he acted kind of funny.
- It's possible.short iron stick and mace are the weapon carried by buddha and god. It's more possible that there's not sword but mace on the wrist of the god in the2nd fresco.suppose that sword is edge tool and should not be on the wrist as usual while mace is converse.it looks like four arrises mace more or less.
- Kind of a leisure sports instructor.