双语例句

权威例句

  • 1. We tend to imagine that the Victorians were very prim and proper.

    我们倾向于把维多利亚时代的人想象得非常古板、中规中矩。

    来自柯林斯例句

  • 2. You can't tell her that joke—she's much too prim and proper .

    你可别跟她讲那个笑话,她这个人古板正经得要命。

    来自《权威词典》

  • 3. She's too prim to enjoy rude jokes!

    古板,不喜欢粗野笑话!

    来自《简明英汉词典》

  • 4. Priscilla, you're being altogether too prim and proper.

    普丽西拉, 一本正经,一板一眼了.

    来自辞典例句

  • 5. He is prim and precise in manner.

    态度一本正经严谨.

    来自辞典例句

  • 6. Meg is so prim she won't let me speak to him when we pass.

    麦格那么一本正经,我们对面穿过搭腔.

    来自辞典例句

  • 7. To me he looked to be sixty or seventy and excessively prim.

    六七十了,古板.

    来自互联网

  • 8. The Prim Minister made a powerful speech which brought the house down.

    首相发表强有力演说,博得满堂喝彩.

    来自互联网

  • 9. Don't invite her to the party. She's so prim and proper.

    舞会, 古板了.

    来自互联网

  • 10. But for all her modesty and restraint, she was not prim.

    当时, 野生动物管理的编辑职责已经开始增加.

    来自互联网

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  • 1. She was lovely but much more prim than me.

  • 2. His ladies were prim to the point of austerity.

    来自WSJ

  • 3. He eyeballed me in a prim, chastising way.

  • 4. They reflect the prim neatness of the aged.

  • 5. She is presented in the prim garb of some female executive.

  • 6. I am very nearly prim'd and cock'd for 'em.

  • 7. Twee, prim and dull...Even her voice sounded middle-class.

  • 8. The nurse sat prim and straight.

  • 9. One very prim and proper lady.

  • 10. A grave formal young man, his prim mouth set in plaits.

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