come in for 接受(份儿、遗产等)
近水楼台先得月 "First come, first served; A water-front pavilion gets the moonlight first--the advantage of being in a favored position."
台湾、香港、澳门保持原有的资本主义制度和生活方式长期不变 Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao will retain the current capitalist system and way of life for a long time to come.
come in 起作用;有份
come in handy 迟早有用
The greatest happiness in life is to feel peaceful; The greatest happiness in life is to possess friends. May you have all happiness in your life.
To wish you joy at this holy season. Wishing every happiness will always come to you!
To wish you joy at this holy season. Wishing every happiness will always bewith you.
There is a growing tendency these days for many people who live in rural areas to come into and work in city. This problem has caused wide public concern in most cities all over the world.
If you want to achieve something or intend to fulfill one of your ambitions, you must work hard, make efforts and get prepared. Otherwise, you will take no advantage of opportunities when they come to visit you.
假如你要取得成就或要实现你的雄心壮志，你必须努力工作、艰苦奋斗、准备好条件。否则，机遇来临你却无法利用。 189. The difference between a man who succeeds and one who does not lies only in the way each treats opportunities. The successful person always makes adequate preparations to meet opportunities as they duly arrive. The unsuccessful person, on the other hand, works little and just waits to see pass by.
1． Good to the last drop．
2． Obey your thirst．
3． The new digital era．
4． We lead． Others copy．
5． Impossible made possible．
6． Take time to indulge．
7． The relentless pursuit of perfection．
8． Poetry in motion， dancing close to me．
9． Come to where the flavor is． Marlboro Country．
10．To me， the past is black and white， but the future is always color．
Just do it.
Ask for more.
The taste is great.
Feel the new space.
The choice of a new generation.
We integrate, you communicate.
Take TOSHIBA, take the world.
Let’s make things better.
No business too small, no problem too big.
Has anyone ever seen a dramatic critic in the daytime? Of course not. They come out after dark, up to no good.
We participate in a tragedy; at a comedy we only look.
Superstition comes from fear, while fear in turn comes from ignorance.
When I come home from work in the evenings, sometimes I am too tired to even turn on the television.
John is to attend the meeting in place of the manager, who has come down with a bad cold.
Wipe the dirt off your shoes before you come in.
He asked me to come to the station and identify these two robbers in the photos they kept.
People have come to understand that computer is playing an increasingly important role in our life.
This book only comes in a limp cover.
Theory comes from practice and in turn serves practice.
Typically, he would come in late and then say he was sorry.
We now come to realize that the idea that man should dominate nature rather than live in harmony with it is wrong.
The dictionary comes in three volumes.
May I come in?
Come in, please.
So you'll come then. Please phone in if you can't make it.
The sun comes up in the east． 太阳从东方升起。
Will you come and join us for dinner on Sunday?星期天来和我们共进晚餐好吗?
Even the doctoral degree, long recognized as a required “ union card” in the academic world, has come under severe criticism as the pursuit of learning for its own sake and the accumulation of knowledge without immediate application to a professor’s classroom duties.
Thus, for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom is not a literally correct description of this atom, but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relatiristic effects, and that this corrected equation is itself only an imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum field theoretical equations.
Which line comes last in this poem?
I'm in a hurry, so come to the point.
The old man was lost in thought and did not hear us come in.
You've come just in time.
You've come at the right moment.
You've come at the right time.
Come again. (再来啊!)
I will. (我会来的。)
Please come again. (请您再来!)
I hope you can come over again. (希望你能再来。)
I'd be glad to have you over again. (如果你下次还能来的话我将很高兴。)
Please come in! *可以用于各种场合，如欢迎他人等。
Please come in! (欢迎，请进!)
Sorry I didn't call first. (对不起，来之前我没打个电话来。)
I come from Canada. *①I'm from Canada.和②I come from Canada.的意思几乎一样。但是②含有两种意思：一种是“自加拿大来，但并非是加拿大籍”；另一种意思是“我是加拿大人”。
I was born in Canada. (我出生在加拿大。)
Chicago is my hometown. (我的故乡是芝加哥。)
That kind of chance comes once in a blue moon. *once in a blue moon “稀少的，很少”。
I went out with a gorgeous girl last night.(我昨天晚上和一个非常漂亮的姑娘约会了。)
That kind of chance comes once in a blue moon. (这是一个难得的机会。)
Won't you join us? *Won't you...? 表示“……好吗?”，是一种表达建议的较随便的方式。
Why don't you come along? (我们一起去吧?)
May I come in?
May I come in? (我可以进来吗?)
Please, do. (请进。)
Is it alright to come in?
May I enter?
Stop complaining! *complain “抱怨”。用于针对絮絮叨叨地诉说不满、痛苦和悲伤的人。
You always come home late. (你总这么晚回来。)
Stop complaining! (别抱怨了!)
He guessed the train would come in early.
He has not come in yet.
Someday, when your ship come in, you'll build your dream house.
Always taking out of the meal-tub and never putting in, soon comes to the bottom.
At open doors dogs come in.
March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.
More of our worries come from within than from without.
Nothing comes out of the sack but what was in it.
Rain comes after sunshine, and after a dark cloud, a clear sky.
The cuckoo comes in April, and stays the month of May; sings a song at midsummer, and then goes away.
The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportumity when it comes.
What's bred in the bone will come out in the flesh.
When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out at the window.
When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions.
When the sun comes in, the doctor goes out.
Where there is no good within, no good comes out.
I've come to make sure that your stay in Beijing is a pleasant one.
Come to me if you're in any difficulty.
A You work so hard! Nearly every day of the week!
B I know. But I’m lucky compared to most people.
A How come? In what ways are you lucky?
B Because I love what I do. It’s long hours but I love my work.
A I guess most people don’t really love their work – it’s just a job.
B Yes, they have to do it. They have to earn money. But for me it’s different.
A Has she been to China?
B Yes. My sister came to China last year. She went to lots of places.
A Did you take her round all the tourist sights?
B Yes, I did. I think she would love to come back and maybe work here in Beijing.
A When anyone from my family comes to Beijing, I’m the tour guide!
B I suppose that’s common. You know the city well.
A Yes. My wife is back in London just now. She’s bringing her mother with her to Beijing for a visit.
B When are they coming?
A My wife and my mother-in-law are arriving next week.
B Well, enjoy yourself till then. You’ll be busy when your mother-in-law is here.
A Hi! How was your weekend?
B Oh, busy, busy. I had a very busy weekend.
A How come? What did you do?
B Well, I finished work late on Friday evening and had to meet some friends for dinner, so I got home late. Then Saturday was busy too.
A Why? What happened on Saturday?
B On Saturday, I had to meet friends at the airport, then take them to their hotel. Then I had to go shopping and go out again in the evening. And Sunday was just as busy.
A You must hate our traffic in Beijing.
B No, not at all. I come from New York, remember. Believe me, we get some very bad traffic jams.
A But our traffic is worse, surely.
B I'm not so sure. It's pretty bad in most big cities. I think the traffic in New York is worse.
A Really? You surprise me.
B You must come and see for yourself one day.
A Beijing has lots of parks, too.
B Yes, I agree. I love Behai Park and Ritan Park . . . and the Temple of? Heaven Park. You should visit London and see the parks there.
B 是的，我同意。我爱北海公园和日坛公园. . .还有天坛公园。你应该去伦敦看看那里的公园。
A Yes, I’d love to. ?I’d love to go to the 2012 Olympics!
B Yes, you must try and come. You will be surprised at how green London is.
A Because of the parks?
B Not only the parks. The weather helps, and there are trees in the streets and in people's gardens as well as in the parks.
A You're not overweight!
B No, not me. ?But most of my family are a bit overweight.
A You should come to the States.
B What do you mean?
A Too many people in the States are overweight. Seriously overweight.
B Yes, I've seen pictures of some very large people!
A I'd like a foot massage.
B Come this way, madam.
A No, sorry, not now. Can I book an appointment for a foot massage tomorrow?
B Certainly, madam. What time would you like? We're very busy in the morning.
A Well, how about 2pm?
B 2pm. Excellent. Now can I take your name?
A You’re American, aren’t you?
B Yes, I am. I’m from the States, but my husband is Canadian.
A Where do you come from in the States?
B Well, I’m from Miami originally. I was born there. But we live in Seattle now.
A And your husband? Where is he from in Canada?
B He’s from Montreal.
A I’ve got to book my train ticket to Xi’an.
B I can come with you and help you book it.
A Thanks, that’d be great. Where is the railway station?
B It’s very central. It’s just one street south of Changan Avenue.
A I really appreciate your help.
B It’s nothing. I’m glad if I can help you.
A When will you go back to New York?
B Pretty soon. I’m going back to the States next week.
A And when will you come back to Beijing?
B Oh, in a few weeks. I’m only away for a short time. I’ll be back in Beijing soon - around the end of the month.
B 噢，几个星期以后。我只离开一小段时间。我很快就回北京来——大约在月底的时候 。
A That’s not too long.
B Yes. I’m looking forward to it. But I’m also looking forward to returning.
A I’ll see you tomorrow at the hotel. Have a good evening.
B Thanks. What time will you come tomorrow?
A How about just before 10? I won’t be late.
B Where shall I meet you? In the coffee shop?
A Yes, that’s fine. After that, we’ll go and visit some markets.
B Good! I’m going to buy a lot of presents to take home.
You can use the word back / back in various ways when you talk about coming and going to places, eg: I’ll go back to London with her / I’ll go back to London with her. eg: I’ll be back in Beijing soon / I’ll be back in Beijing soon. eg: I will come back to the hotel this evening / I will come back to the hotel this evening.
当你谈论来去某地时可以用back /回来这个词。例如：I’ll go back to London with her / 我将和她一起回伦敦。 eg: I’ll be back in Beijing soon /我将很快回北京。I will come back to the hotel this evening /我今晚将回旅馆。
A Good morning. I’d like to check out and settle my bill, please.
B No problem, sir. I hope you had a good stay in the hotel
A Yes, I did, thanks. It’s been very nice.
B Will you be coming back?
A I’d love to come back next August. I guess the hotels will all be full.
B For the Olympics? Well, we are taking reservations now. It will be busy.
See you tomorrow.
OK. See you tomorrow. What time can you come?
Is twelve o’clock OK?
Yes, that’s fine. Where shall we meet?
In the hotel lobby?
OK. That’s easy. In the hotel lobby at twelve o’clock. Bye.
Goodnight. See you at 12.
Would you like to come to dinner tonight?
That would be very nice. Thank you.
Good. We can try Peking Duck. It’s the most famous dish in Beijing.
Great. I’d love to taste it.
We’ll go to Quan Jude. It’s one of the oldest and best Peking Duck restaurants in Beijing.
I can pick you up at the hotel at 9 in the morning.
Would you like to come to the Thai restaurant with us?
Yes, I’d love to. When are you going?
We are thinking about Wednesday evening. Are you free then?
Wednesday evening sounds good to me. I’m free.
Good. Shall we meet about 6?
Yes, that’s perfect.
Right. I’ll meet you at the hotel at 6.
How long is your visit to Beijing?
Just two weeks, unfortunately. But I will come back soon.
I’m sure you will. When are you leaving?
I’m leaving on the 15th.
So soon. That’s next week.
Yes, but I’ll be back again next month.
On Sunday I’m going to the Lama Temple with a friend.
The Lama Temple? I’ve heard that is very interesting.
Yes, it is. Would you like to come with us?
Yes, please. What time are you going?
About 10 o’clock in the morning. Is that ok for you?
I wonder if China or America will win most medals.
I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
I wonder how many people will come to Beijing next August.
Only when a man's life comes to its end in prosperity dare we pro-nounce him happy.
Aeschylus.Ancient Greek dramatist
In delay there lies no plenty, Then come kiss me ,sweet and twenty, Youth's a stuff that will not endure.
Willian Shakespeare, British dramatist
Don’t you dare come back again!
Don’t you dare come back again!你敢再回来！
He has a stabbing pain that comes on suddenly in one or both temples.
arise from 由...而引起, 由...而产生
be known for 因...而众所周知
come down with 因患...而病倒; 染上...
distinguished for 因...而著称
famous for 以...著称, 因为...而出名
hold against 因某事对某人抱有意见
on business 因公, 出公差
proud of 以...而自豪
rain out 因下雨阻碍
result from 因...而产生; 是...的结果
stem from 起源于; 由...造成
thrive on 靠...健壮成长; 因...蓬勃发展
as ... go(es) 就...来说
as far as 1.远到..., 直到...
2.就...而言, 从...来看; 尽...所能
by and large 总的来说, 一般来说
in general 通常, 一般而言; 大体上
in short 简而言之
in terms of ... 从...立场; 就...而言
on the part of 就...而言; 代表...;
on the whole 总之, 总的来说
when it comes to 一谈到...; 就...而论
with respect to 就...而言; 在...方面
all over again 再一次, 重新
any longer/more 再; 仍再(一般用于否定句中, 表示"不再")
come again 再来
once more 再一次, 又一次
over again 再一次
over and over 一再地, 再三地
by any means 无论如何
can't for the life of sb. 无论如何也不能
come what may 无论如何, 不管发生什么事
for all the world 无论如何; 不管付出什么代价
in any event 不管怎样, 无论如何
no matter what/who/where/which etc. 无论, 不管
under no circumstances 决不可能; 无论如何都不
whether or not 是否; 无论
@@@ 结束, 完成
all over 1.全部结束; 完蛋
be finished with 完成
bring an end to ... & bring ... to an end 使...终止
bring off 救出; 圆满完成
come out 1.出版, 刊出
come to an end 告终, 结束; 完结
culminate in 达到高潮, 顶点; 以...告终
dash off 迅速写(或画); 迅速完成
draw to a close 结束, 终结
drink up 喝干净, 喝完
end in 结束于, 以...告终
end up 1.结束, 停止
2.到达某处或某种状态, 结果, 到头来
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