- high building
- n.高度,高处 adj.高的,高原的,高等的,高音的,傲慢的,高尚的,昂贵的,严重的 adv.高度地,奢侈地,高价地
- The Empire State Building is a famous landmark on the New York skyline.
- In modern cities there are high-rise buildings everywhere.
- I look ahead, and before me rise the fantastic towers of New York, a city that seems to have stepped from the pages of a fairy story.
- He likes the farms and fields in the country better than the tall buildings and busy streets in the city.
- They lived in great gorgeous houses with thirty servants they rode about in motor-cars and four-horse carriages they drank champagne they wore top hats-'
- "We are alone at the top of a high house in a solitary courtyard we are not likely to be heard and I pray for bodily strength to keep you here while every minute you are here is worth a hundred thousand guineas to my darling" said miss pross.
- Power use of residents in city is great radius of low-voltage power distribution and power supply is short but large quantity of variable-frequency electrical equipment and thyristor equipment are used power utilization harmonic interference is great communication success ratio of wideband carrier and narrowband carrier can not fully meet the requirements and dense high buildings interfere micropower wireless.
- You could lean over the balcony on the38th floor of a high building
- Le corbusier swi-born french architect and writer.the most powerful advocate of the modernist school he designed numerous functional concrete buildings and high-rise residential complexes.
- That high-rise building is the telecommunications center.
- Do you see that high building over there?
- You can see the city from the top of that high building.
- Cranes and bulldozers beaver away throughout the territory building new high-rises.
- If we live in a high-rise we can walk upstairs or downstairs.
- Beijing high-rise will be one of the world down?