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bridge [ bridʒ] n.桥,桥梁;桥牌

bridge [ bridʒ] vt.架桥于,用桥连接

bridge [bridʒ] n. 桥

bridge [bridʒ] 网桥

bridging [bridʒiŋ] 桥接

欧亚大陆桥 Eurasia Land Bridge

斜拉索桥 stayed-cable bridge

Standard for Road Tunnels, Bridges, and Other Limited Access Highways
地下渠道、桥梁和限制级高速公路的标准

burn one's bridges behind one 不留后路

cross the bridge when one comes to it 既来之则安之

Low bridge ahead 前方桥低。

Dangerous structure, this bridge is unsafe
危险结构,该桥不安全。

架桥坦克 bridge tank

舰桥 bridge

交通规则 traffic regulation
路标 guide post
里程碑 milestone
停车标志 mark car stop
红绿灯 traffic light
自动红绿灯 automatic traffic signal light
红灯 red light
绿灯 green light
黄灯 amber light
交通岗 traffic post
岗亭 police box
交通警 traffic police
打手势 pantomime
单行线 single line
双白线 double white lines
双程线dual carriage-way
斑马线 zebra stripes
划路线机 traffic line marker
交通干线 artery traffic
车行道 carriage-way
辅助车道 lane auxiliary
双车道 two-way traffic
自行车通行 cyclists only
单行道 one way only
窄路 narrow road
潮湿路滑 slippery when wet
陡坡 steep hill
不平整路 rough road
弯路 curve road ; bend road
连续弯路 winding road
之字路 double bend road
之字公路 switch back road
下坡危险 dangerous down grade
道路交叉点 road junction
十字路 cross road
左转 turn left
右转 turn right
靠左 keep left
靠右 keep right
慢驶 slow
速度 speed
超速 excessive speed
速度限制 speed limit
恢复速度 resume speed
禁止通行 no through traffic
此路不通 blocked
不准驶入 no entry
不准超越 keep in line ; no overhead
不准掉头 no turns
让车道 passing bay
回路 loop
安全岛 safety island
停车处 parking place
停私人车 private car park
只停公用车 public car only
不准停车 restricted stop
不准滞留 restricted waiting
临街停车 parking on-street
街外停车 parking off-street
街外卸车 loading off-street
当心行人 caution pedestrian crossing
当心牲畜 caution animals
前面狭桥 narrow bridge ahead
拱桥 hump bridge
火车栅 level crossing
修路 road works
医院 hospital
儿童 children
学校 school
寂静地带 silent zone
非寂静地带 silent zone ends
交通管理 traffic control
人山人海 crowded conditions
拥挤的人 jam-packed with people
交通拥挤 traffic jam
水泄不通 overwhelm
顺挤 extrusion direct
冲挤 extrusion impact
推挤 shoved
挨身轻推 nudging
让路 give way
粗心行人 careless pedestrian
犯交通罪 committing traffic offences
执照被记违章 endorsed on driving license
危险驾驶 dangerous driving
粗心驾车 careless driving
无教员而驾驶 driving without an instructor
无证驾驶 driving without license
未经车主同意 without the owner's consent
无第三方保险 without third-party insurance
未挂学字牌 driving without a "L" plate
安全第一 safety first
轻微碰撞 slight impact
迎面相撞 head-on collision
相撞 collided
连环撞 a chain collision
撞车 crash
辗过 run over
肇事逃跑司机 hit-run driver
冲上人行道 drive onto the pavement

London Tower Bridge, England 英国伦敦塔桥

bridging-over arrangement
转职安排

桥梁与隧道工程 Bridge and Tunnel Engineering

toll bridge 收费桥

前叉顶梁 Fork Top Bridge

Do not cross a bridge till you come to it.
船到桥头自然止。

The decision is an attempt to bridge the distance between the rich and poor.
这个决定旨在缩短贫富之间的差距。

Learning a foreign language helps us bridge the gap between two different cultures.
学习外语有助于缩小不同文化间的差距。

He made a dive from the bridge to save the drowning child.
他从桥上跳进水里去抢救落水儿童。

This is the oldest steel bridge in existence.
这是现存的历史最悠久的钢桥。

He assured himself that the bridge was safe before crossing it.
过桥前他使自己确信桥是安全的。

We spent large amounts of money on the bridge.
我们建造这座桥花了许多钱。

Large amounts of money were spent on the bridge.
建造这座桥花了许多钱。

They have been working on the bridge day and night for three months.
他们三个月来日夜施工造桥。

They lived in an old run-down hotel by the railway bridge.
他们住在铁路桥旁边一家又破又旧的旅馆里。

That little bridge is anything but safe.
那座小桥一点也不安全。

How wide is this bridge?
这座桥有多宽?

There is a bridge over the river. 河上有一座桥。

There is a broken small old gray stone bridge over the river河上有一座破烂不堪的、古老的、灰色的小石桥。

Where previously it had concentrated on the big infrastructure projects such as dams, roads and bridges, it began to switch to projects which directly improved the basic services of a country.
以前的重心是诸如大坝、道路和桥梁等大型基础设施的建设,现在开始转换到能直接提高国家的基础服务的项目上来了。

The road bridge is now open to traffic.
这座公路桥现在开放通行。

They use a bridge to measure the impedance of the transducer.
他们用电桥来测量传感器的阻抗。

He directed the building of the new bridge.
他主持修建这座桥的建筑工程。

I think I'm lost; I can't find the bridge.
我想我是迷路了,我找不到那座桥了。

Let's cross the bridge when we come to it.
既来之,则安之。

Don't cross the bridge till you get to it.
不要杞人忧天。

Let every man praise the bridge he goes over.
饮水思源。

Let every man speak well of the bridge theat carries him over.
饮水思源。

Let's cross the bridge when we come to it.
既来之,则安之。

MLB(Mini Land Bridge) 小陆桥(主要指由美国西岸中转至东岸或内陆点的货物的运输方式)

A Do you know where the Vietnamese restaurant is in Houhai?
A 你知道后海的越南餐馆在哪里吗?
B Yes, it’s at the north end of the lake, near the bridge.
B 知道,在湖的北端,就在桥附近。
A Where exactly? There are so many restaurants in Houhai.
A 确切在哪里?在后海有这么多的餐馆。
B Don’t worry. It’s easy to find. Do you know the bridge?
B 不要担心。很容易找到。你知道那座桥吗?
A Yes, I do – the little bridge. Is it near there?
A 是的,我知道——那座小桥。餐馆离那里很近吗?
B Yes, it’s about 100 metres from there, on the east side of the lake.
B 是的,离那里大约100米,在湖的东侧。

A So, it’s on the east side of the lake.
A 这么说,它在湖的东侧。
B Yes, there’re a few restaurants on your left side and then the Vietnamese restaurant.
B 是的,在你的左侧有几家餐馆,然后就是那家越南餐馆。
A Will I find it easily?
A 我会很容易找到它吗?
B Oh, yes. You’ll see a Russian restaurant first, then a Mongolian one – I think. Then a couple of others.
B 哦,是的。你首先将看到一家俄罗斯餐馆,然后是一家蒙古餐馆——我想。然后还有两三家其它的。
A And after those, it’s the Vietnamese restaurant?
A 过去这几家,就是那家越南餐馆了吗?
B Yes, you’ll find it easily. It’s only about one minute walk from the bridge.
B 是的,你会很容易找到的。从桥走到那里大约只需一分钟。

A Can you remember where that good Vietnamese restaurant is?
A 你还记得那家非常棒的越南餐厅在哪里吗?
B Oh yes. It’s near the bridge over the lake. It’s next to a Mongolian restaurant.
B 哦,是的。它就在湖上那座桥的附近,就在那家火锅店傍边。
A That sounds easy to find.
A 听起来应该不难找到。
B Yes, you’ll find it easily. It’s on the east side, about one minute’s walk from the bridge.
B 是的,很容易的。就在东岸,从桥那里大概1分钟走路就到。

cross a bridge when/before one comes to it船到桥头自然直
Stop worrying about your piano recital. You'll cross that bridge when you come to it.
别担心你的钢琴独奏会。船到桥头自然直。

burn one's bridges behind one 不留后路

cross the bridge when one comes to it 既来之则安之

"The retreating German army tried to blow up all the bridges across the Rhine river to stop the Allied troops from crossing into Germany."
“正在撤退的德国军队设法炸毁莱茵河上所有的桥梁来阻挡联军越过莱茵河进入德国。”

板梁桥 [bǎn liáng qiáo] /plate girder bridge/

鼻梁 [bí liáng] /bridge of the nose/

便桥 [biàn qiáo] /temporary bridge/

断桥 [duàn qiáo] /The Broken Bridge (at West Lake in Hangzhou)/

立交桥 [lì jiāo qiáo] /(n) grade splitting bridge for road traffic, one road goes on top and the other below/

梁 [liáng] /(surname)/beam of roof/bridge/

路桥 [lù qiáo] /road bridge/

桥 [qiáo] /bridge/

桥接 [qiáo jiē] /bridging (in computer networks)/

桥接器 [qiáo jiē qì] /bridge (networking)/

桥梁 [qiáo liáng] /bridge/

堍 [tù] /side of bridge/

网桥 [wǎng qiáo] /(network) bridge/

Certainly their descriptions of battles are confused.
他们对战斗的描述确实让人很难理解。
But it is a little upsetting to read in the explanatory notes that a certain line describes a fight between a Turkish and a Bulgarian officer on a bridge off which they both fall into the river — and then to find that the line consists of the noise of their falling and the weights of the officers: "Pluff! Pluff! A hundred and eighty-five kilograms."
但是读到一句描写战斗的诗行的注解时,则令人有点生厌,注解中说该诗描写了一名土耳其军官和一名保加利亚军官在一座桥上发生了搏斗,结果双双从桥上掉进河中——结果,诗把他们两人落水的声音和体重写在了一起:“扑通!扑通!185公斤。”

{adj: award-winning} having received awards
"this award-winning bridge spans a distance of five miles"

{adj: blocked, plugged} completely obstructed or closed off
"the storm was responsible for many blocked roads and bridges"
"the drain was plugged"

{adj: bridgeable} capable of being connected by a bridge or as if by a bridge
<-> unbridgeable

{adj: dangerous, unsafe} involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm
"a dangerous criminal"
"a dangerous bridge"
"unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
<-> safe

{adj: dry-shod} having or keeping the feet or shoes dry
"a land bridge over which man and beasts could have crossed dry-shod"

{adj: grand} large and impressive in physical size or extent
"the bridge is a grand structure"

{adj: harebrained, insane, mad} very foolish
"harebrained ideas"
"took insane risks behind the wheel"
"a completely mad scheme to build a bridge between two mountains"

{adj: improvised, jury-rigged, makeshift} done or made using whatever is available
"crossed the river on improvised bridges"
"the survivors used jury-rigged fishing gear"
"the rock served as a makeshift hammer"

{adj: narrow} not wide
"a narrow bridge"
"a narrow line across the page"
<-> wide

{adj: pressing, urgent} compelling immediate action
"too pressing to permit of longer delay"
"the urgent words `Hurry! Hurry!'"
"bridges in urgent need of repair"

{adj: ready} completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress
"get ready"
"she is ready to resign"
"the bridge is ready to collapse"
"I am ready to work"
"ready for action"
"ready for use"
"the soup will be ready in a minute"
"ready to learn to read"
<-> unready

{adj: rickety, shaky, wobbly, wonky} inclined to shake as from weakness or defect
"a rickety table"
"a wobbly chair with shaky legs"
"the ladder felt a little wobbly"
"the bridge still stands though one of the arches is wonky"

{adj: vulnerable} susceptible to attack
"a vulnerable bridge"
<-> invulnerable

{adv: sky-high} (with verb `to blow') destroyed completely; blown apart or to pieces
"they blew the bridge sky-high"
"the committee blew the thesis sky-high"

{n: Angostura Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Orinoco River at Cuidad Bolivar

{n: Bailey bridge} a temporary bridge designed for rapid construction

{n: Baton Rouge Bridge} a cantilever bridge across the Mississippi at Baton Rouge

{n: Bayonne Bridge} a steel arch bridge connecting New Jersey and Staten Island at Bayonne, New Jersey

{n: Benjamin Franklin Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Delaware River

{n: Bosporus Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Bosporus at Istanbul

{n: Bridges, Harry Bridges} United States labor leader who organized the longshoremen (1901-1990)

{n: Bronx-Whitestone Bridge} a suspension bridge across the East River in New York City

{n: Brooklyn Bridge} a suspension bridge across the East River in New York City; opened in 1883

{n: Bruges, City of Bridges} a city in northwestern Belgium that is connected by canal to the North Sea; in the 13th century it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League; the old city (known as the City of Bridges) is a popular tourist attraction

{n: Commodore John Barry Bridge} a cantilever bridge in Chester, Pennsylvania

{n: Culbertson, Ely Culbertson} United States authority on contract bridge whose books helped to popularize the game (1891-1955)

{n: Delaware Memorial Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Delaware River

{n: George Washington Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey

{n: Golden Gate Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Golden Gate

{n: Greater New Orleans Bridge} twin cantilever bridges across the Mississippi at New Orleans

{n: Humber Bridge} a suspension bridge at Hull, England; 4,626 feet long

{n: Kammon Strait Bridge} a suspension bridge between Kyushu and Honshu

{n: Mackinac Bridge} a suspension bridge across the channel between the lower and upper peninsulas of Michigan

{n: Minato Ohashi Bridge} cantilever bridge at Osaka, Japan

{n: New River Gorge Bridge} a steel arch bridge across New River at Fayetteville, West Virginia

{n: Pierre Laporte Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Saint Lawrence River at Quebec

{n: Ponte 25 de Abril} a suspension bridge across the Tagus River at Lisbon

{n: Quebec Bridge} a cantilever bridge in Quebec

{n: Queensboro Bridge} a cantilever bridge across the East River between Manhattan and Queens

{n: Roebling, John Roebling, John Augustus Roebling} United States engineer (born in Germany) who designed and began construction of the Brooklyn bridge (1806-1869)

{n: Roman nose, hooknose} a nose with a prominent slightly aquiline bridge

{n: San Francisco} a port in western California near the Golden Gate that is one of the major industrial and transportation centers; it has one of the world's finest harbors; site of the Golden Gate Bridge

{n: Steinman, David Barnard Steinman} United States civil engineer noted for designing suspension bridges (including the George Washington Bridge) (1886-1960)

{n: Sydney Harbor Bridge} a steel arch bridge in Sydney, Australia

{n: Tacoma Narrows Bridge} a suspension bridge across Puget Sound at Tacoma

{n: Tappan Zee Bridge} a cantilever bridge across the Hudson River

{n: Verrazano-Narrows Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Verrazano Narrows between Brooklyn and Staten Island

{n: Walt Whitman Bridge} a suspension bridge across the Delaware River

{n: Wheatstone bridge} a bridge used to measure resistances

{n: Wheatstone, Sir Charles Wheatstone} English physicist and inventor who devised the Wheatstone bridge (1802-1875)

{n: abutment} a masonry support that touches and directly receives thrust or pressure of an arch or bridge

{n: access, approach} a way of entering or leaving
"he took a wrong turn on the access to the bridge"

{n: alder} wood of any of various alder trees; resistant to underwater rot; used for bridges etc

{n: aqueduct} a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley

{n: auction, auction bridge} a variety of bridge in which tricks made in excess of the contract are scored toward game; now generally superseded by contract bridge

{n: bid, bidding} (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make

{n: bridge agent} an operative who acts as a courier or go-between from a case officer to a secret agent in a hostile area

{n: bridge hand} the cards held in a game of bridge

{n: bridge partner} one of a pair of bridge players who are on the same side of the game

{n: bridge player, hand} a card player in a game of bridge
"we need a 4th hand for bridge"

{n: bridge whist} the earliest form of bridge; the dealer could name the trump suit

{n: bridge, bridge circuit} a circuit consisting of two branches (4 arms arranged in a diamond configuration) across which a meter is connected

{n: bridge, bridge deck} an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands

{n: bridge, bridgework} a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth

{n: bridge, nosepiece} the link between two lenses; rests on nose

{n: bridge, span} a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.

{n: bridged-T} a circuit consisting of a T-network with an additional shunt bridging the two series circuits

{n: bridgehead} a defensive post at the end of a bridge nearest to the enemy

{n: bridge} a wooden support that holds the strings up

{n: bridge} any of various card games based on whist for four players

{n: bridge} something resembling a bridge in form or function
"his letters provided a bridge across the centuries"

{n: bridge} the hard ridge that forms the upper part of the nose
"her glasses left marks on the bridge of her nose"

{n: bygone, water under the bridge} past events to be put aside
"let bygones be bygones"

{n: cantilever bridge} bridge constructed of two cantilevers that meet in the middle

{n: cattle guard, cattle grid} a bridge over a ditch consisting of parallel metal bars that allow pedestrians and vehicles to pass, but not cattle

{n: catwalk} narrow pathway high in the air (as above a stage or between parts of a building or along a bridge)

{n: chicane} a bridge hand that is void of trumps

{n: chokepoint} a point of congestion or blockage
"the bridge is always a chokepoint at rush hour"

{n: civil engineering} the branch of engineering concerned with the design and construction of such public works as dams or bridges

{n: civil engineer} an engineer trained to design and construct and maintain public works (roads or bridges or harbors etc.)

{n: conning tower} a raised bridge on a submarine; often used for entering and exiting

{n: contract, contract bridge} a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid

{n: contract, declaration} (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make

{n: contractor, declarer} the bridge player in contract bridge who wins the bidding and can declare which suit is to be trumps

{n: covered bridge} a bridge whose passageway is protected by a roof and enclosing sides

{n: dead load} a constant load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) due to the weight of the supported structure itself

{n: dental technician, denturist} someone who makes dental appliances (bridges and dentures)

{n: discoid lupus erythematosus, DLE} a chronic skin disease occurring primarily in women between the ages of 20 and 40; characterized by an eruption of red lesions over the cheeks and bridge of the nose

{n: doubleton} (bridge) a pair of playing cards that are the only cards in their suit in the hand dealt to a player

{n: drawbridge, lift bridge} a bridge that can be raised to block passage or to allow boats or ships to pass beneath it

{n: ethmoid sinus, ethmoidal sinus, sinus ethmoidales} a sinus of the meatuses of the nasal cavity (behind the bridge of the nose)

{n: flying bridge, flybridge, fly bridge, monkey bridge} the highest navigational bridge on a ship; a small (often open) deck above the pilot house

{n: footbridge, overcrossing, pedestrian bridge} a bridge designed for pedestrians

{n: foredeck} the deck between the bridge and the forecastle

{n: gangplank, gangboard, gangway} a temporary bridge for getting on and off a vessel at dockside

{n: gantry, gauntry} a framework of steel bars raised on side supports to bridge over or around something; can display railway signals above several tracks or can support a traveling crane etc.

{n: grand slam} winning all of the tricks in a hand of bridge

{n: grandmaster} a player of exceptional or world class skill in chess or bridge

{n: jet bridge} an extendible bridge for loading passengers onto large commercial airplanes; provides protected access to the plane from the gate

{n: lead} the playing of a card to start a trick in bridge
"the lead was in the dummy"

{n: little slam, small slam} winning all but one of the tricks in a hand of bridge

{n: live load, superload} a variable load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) such as moving traffic

{n: major suit} (bridge) a suit of superior scoring value, either spades or hearts

{n: minor suit} ( bridge) a suit of inferior scoring value, either diamonds or clubs

{n: monkey bridge} a high narrow platform above a deck or in an engine room or boiler room

{n: monkey ladder} a light ladder to the monkey bridge on a ship

{n: nasal, nasal bone, os nasale} an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose

{n: nasion} the craniometric point at the bridge of the nose where the frontal and nasal bones of the skull meet

{n: no-trump} a version of contract bridge in which no suit is designated as trump for the duration of the hand

{n: overbid, overcall} (bridge) a bid that is higher than your opponent's bid (especially when your partner has not bid at all and your bid exceeds the value of your hand)

{n: overpass, flyover, flypast} bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels
"an overpass is called a flyover or a flypast in England"

{n: pier} a support for two adjacent bridge spans

{n: pontoon bridge, bateau bridge, floating bridge} a temporary bridge built over a series of pontoons

{n: pontoon} (nautical) a floating structure (as a flat-bottomed boat) that serves as a dock or to support a bridge

{n: preemptor, pre-emptor} a bidder in bridge who makes a preemptive bid

{n: public works} structures (such as highways or schools or bridges or docks) constructed at government expense for public use

{n: raiser} a bridge partner who increases the partner's bid

{n: rope bridge} a bridge consisting of ropes

{n: singleton} the playing card that is the only card in a suit held in a bridge hand as initially dealt

{n: slam, sweep} winning all or all but one of the tricks in bridge

{n: steel arch bridge} a steel bridge constructed in the form of an arch

{n: stopper} (bridge) a playing card with a value sufficiently high to insure taking a trick in a particular suit
"if my partner has a spade stopper I can bid no trump"

{n: suit} playing card in any of four sets of 13 cards in a pack; each set has its own symbol and color
"a flush is five cards in the same suit"
"in bridge you must follow suit"
"what suit is trumps?"

{n: suspension bridge} a bridge that has a roadway supported by cables that are anchored at both ends

{n: takeout} (bridge) a bid that asks your partner to bid another suit

{n: tollgate, tollbar} a gate or bar across a toll bridge or toll road which is lifted when the toll is paid

{n: toll} a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)

{n: totara, Podocarpus totara} valuable timber tree of New Zealand yielding hard reddish wood used for furniture and bridges and wharves

{n: trestle bridge} a bridge supported by trestlework

{n: trestlework} a supporting structure composed of a system of connected trestles; for a bridge or pier or scaffold e.g.

{n: trestle} a supporting tower used to support a bridge

{n: trump} (bridge or whist) the suit that has been declared to rank above all other suits for the duration of the hand
"clubs were declared trumps"
"a trump can take a trick even when a card of a different suit is led"

{n: truss bridge} a bridge supported by trusses

{n: truss} a framework of beams (rafters, posts, struts) forming a rigid structure that supports a roof or bridge or other structure

{n: viaduct} bridge consisting of a series of arches supported by piers used to carry a road (or railroad) over a valley

{n: zygoma, zygomatic arch, arcus zygomaticus} the slender arch formed by the temporal process of the cheekbone that bridges to the zygomatic process of the temporal bone

{v: bottleneck} become narrow, like a bottleneck
"Right by the bridge, the road bottlenecks"

{v: bridge, bridge over} connect or reduce the distance between

{v: bridge} cross over on a bridge

{v: bridge} make a bridge across
"bridge a river"

{v: defend, guard, hold} protect against a challenge or attack
"Hold that position behind the trees!"
"Hold the bridge against the enemy's attacks"

{v: defy, withstand, hold, hold up} resist or confront with resistance
"The politician defied public opinion"
"The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear"
"The bridge held"

{v: double} bridge: make a demand for (a card or suit)

{v: explode} destroy by exploding
"The enemy exploded the bridge"

{v: peregrinate} travel around, through, or over, especially on foot
"peregrinate the bridge"

{v: precipitate} hurl or throw violently
"The bridge broke and precipitated the train into the river below"

{v: raise} in bridge: bid (one's partner's suit) at a higher level

{v: tide over, bridge over, keep going} suffice for a period between two points
"This money will keep us going for another year"

{v: tie up} restrain from moving or operating normally
"Traffic is tied up for miles around the bridge where the accident occurred"

{v: toll} charge a fee for using
"Toll the bridges into New York City"

{v: trifurcate} divide into three
"The road trifurcates at the bridge"

{v: truss} support structurally
"truss the roofs"
"trussed bridges"

{v: wash out} wear or destroy by the force of water
"The hail storms had washed out the bridges"

And we had to find a way so that they could cross a bridge without humiliation.
我们曾经必须找到一个方法,使他们能够过桥而不丢失面子。

Robert Jordan, an American fighting for the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War, is sent behind Fascist lines to destroy a bridge.
罗伯特·乔丹是一位在西班牙内战中帮助共和国游击队作战的美国人,他被派往法西斯后方去炸毁一座桥梁。

After reflection he announces that he will not help: the destruction of the bridge would bring the guerillas no profit but only danger.
经过一番考虑后,他宣布将不提供任何帮助,因为炸桥只会使游击队面临危险,而不会带来任何益处。

He hears from another member of the group that the nearest town is already alive with rumors that the Republicans are about to attack and that the Fascists have strengthened the guard on the bridge.
他从另一名游击队员那里听说,距离他们最近的镇上盛传共和国军队即将进攻,法西斯军队对那座桥梁已加强警戒。

Sordo agrees to help with the bridge but worries about where to take his men afterwards. "聋子 "同意协助炸桥,但对事后他的队伍向何处撤退深感忧虑。

Meanwhile, Anselmo sits in the snow watching the road and the bridge until Jordan comes out to fetch him.
与此同时,安塞尔莫坐在雪地里监视着公路和桥梁,直到乔丹出洞来接他。

By the time they get back to the cave Pablo is already drunk and quarrelsome, grumbling at the folly of the assault on the bridge.
当他们回到洞里时,帕布洛已经喝得酩酊大醉,正在寻衅闹事,他大发牢骚,抱怨炸桥是愚蠢的行为。

They make their way to the bridge and separate into two groups, each of which will attack a guard post when the sound of bombs signals the beginning of the Republican offensive.
他们向大桥挺进,分两组行动,以共和国军进攻的炸弹声为号,每组将分别袭击一个岗哨。

When they receive the signal, he and Anselmo easily kill the guards and place the dynamite under the bridge, but Anselmo is killed in the explosion by a flying piece of metal.
一听到信号,乔丹和安塞尔莫轻而易举就干掉了卫兵,并将炸药安放到了桥下。但炸药爆炸时,安塞尔莫被一块飞起的金属片炸死。

Everyone admires the innumerable paintings inspired by the place, especially those of the pool fringed with willows, ornamental cherries, bamboo, azaleas and irises, spanned by a Japanese bridge hung with wisteria, and planted with waterlilies, the nymph as in the title of so many of these extraordinary pictures.
这个花园带给他的灵感使他创造了数不清的作品,那些描绘池塘景色的作品更是赢得了所有人的赞美。画中的池塘绿柳环绕,栽满樱桃、翠竹和杜鹃花,日式拱桥垂下条条紫藤,水面上漂浮着朵朵睡莲-这些杰作多以 "睡莲 "命名。

Timmy became the bridge over which we could reach for each other.
如今,蒂米成了我们之间得以相互沟通的桥梁。

It is seen as one of the bridges to the third-generation networks that open the wireless pipe to broadband warp speed of 2Mbps.
它被视为连接第三代网络的桥梁之一,而后者将开启通往具有 2Mbps 极高速宽带的无线管道。

As such it is a bridge between the conscious and unconscious minds as well as between mind and body.
因而它是一座桥,处于自觉和不自觉之间,如同处于脑子和身体之间。

Looking back on it today, I can see that I'd always felt a twinge of fear when driving over small bridges and along hilly highways.
今天回想起来,其实我每逢开车过小桥、走山路时都提心吊胆。

As we crossed some high bridges near the Blue Ridge Mountains on the first leg of our trip, a kind of breathlessness gripped me, a sinking, rolling sensation in the pit of my stomach.
上路后的第一程,我们就碰上了蓝脊山脉附近高悬的大桥。我简直紧张得透不过气来,心头发紧,有种人仰马翻的感觉。

At the end of each bridge, a great rush of relief would come over me, only to be replaced in short order by fear of the next obstacle.
每穿过一座高桥我就会大大地舒一口气,可等在前面的是又一个令人畏惧的关口。

" Lots of people hate driving on mountain roads and high bridges. Just turn up the music on your radio and focus on that.
"许多人害怕走山路、过高桥。只要打开收音机专心听音乐就行。

Of course its location is an enormous help, sitting as it does on a promontory with water on three sides and the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge as a picture-postcard backdrop.
当然,这座建筑有着得天独厚的地理位置:它高踞一个岬角,三面环水,美术明信片般的背景是著名的悉尼港大桥。 ( PERIODCATEGORY

He thinks the highest payback to the bridge would come from a $7.50 car toll, instead of $30.
他认为,能够获得最高回报率的过桥费价格应为 7.50美元,而不是现在的 30美元。

" Companies in the region are going to realize very little benefit from the bridge, " said Wandel, noting that a commercial van will be charged almost $60 for a single trip.
由于商用货车单程过桥收费接近 60美元,旺德认为,该地区的公司从大桥的建设中得不到多少好处。

Another controversy surrounds the tax loopholes that suddenly arise from the bridge.
围绕着大桥修建的另一个争论焦点是突然产生的征税漏洞。

Inevitably, the bridge has reopened the four-century-old wounds left when Sweden annexed Scania.
这座大桥的兴建不可避免地揭开了四个世纪前瑞典强行占领斯堪尼亚的旧伤口。

Yet the bridge will move the people of southern Sweden closer to Copenhagen in a host of ways; Stockholm's allure, which once attracted the cream of Swedish youth, has already begun to be eclipsed by the booming Qresund.
尽管如此,大桥仍将以多种方式将瑞典南部与哥本哈根紧密联结起来。斯德哥尔摩的魅力过去曾经吸引着瑞典年轻人中的精粹,但是在逐渐繁荣的厄勒松德面前,这种魅力已经开始逐渐失色。

Thanks to a $4 billion, 16.38- km-long engineering marvel, combining a tunnel, an artificial island and a bridge, Denmark and southern Sweden have been joined at the waist, fulfilling a century-old urban planner's dream and reuniting two pieces of Scandinavia that were cleaved apart 350 years ago.
这个耗资 40亿美元、长达 16.38公里的工程奇迹,由一条隧道、一座人工岛和一座桥梁组成,它将丹麦和瑞典南部连接起来,实现了城市设计者们长达一个世纪的梦想,将 350年以前斯堪的纳维亚半岛被分开的两部分重新连接在一起。

Thanks to the recent opening of the 8-km, double-decker bridge, the people of the southern Swedish region of Scania have direct road and rail links to the city of Copenhagen.
由于最近这条长八公里的双层桥梁的开通,瑞典南部地区斯堪尼亚的人们与哥本哈根市有了直接的公路和铁路连线。

Now, because of the bridge, the Copenhagen region is being considered as the new center.
现在,由于大桥的建立,哥本哈根地区成了一个新的中心。


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