- to be like sth
- n.爱好,同样的人(或物) adj.相似的,同样的 vt.喜欢,希望,愿意 vi.喜欢,希望 prep.象,如同 adv.可能
- 如此富足的国家竟有如此多的穷人, 这是个矛盾的现实
- It is a paradox that such a rich country should have so many poor people living in it.
- 我交过很多朋友, 但从没有如此密切
- I've had many friendships, but never such an intimate one.
- It's like a dream come (ie that has come) true.
- She pampers her own spoiled children and brings Jane up as little better than a servant.
- She is implacable an adversary as a wife suing for alimony.
- Applause broke out like spring thunder.
- Any instruction in a computer program, in a routine, or in a subroutine after the execution of which control is no longer exercised by that computer program, that routine, or that subroutine.
- A dish made by baking such pasta with layers of tomato sauce and fillings such as cheese or ground meat.
- Love is like the measles, all the worse when it came late in life.
- She's so fond of talking of certain pictures as "growing on one" as though they were a sort of fungus.
- Revenge is often like biting a dog because the dog bit you.
- The struggling for knowledge hath a pleasure in it that of wrestling with a fine woman.
- Elysian peace; a paradisal place without work or struggle; paradisial isles
- Niger's south-central maradi region is a testament to things again gone wrong: villages and schools lie deserted after hundreds of people fled drought and hunger some moving to the cities while others headed south to nigeria.
- "I think everyone either looks like a drag queen or a stripper" said marcia shulman who oversees casting for fox's scripted shows.