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dollar [ 'dɔlə] n.元(货币单位)

cent n.美分(100 cents = 1 dollar)

dollar ['dɔlə] n. 元(美国,加拿大,澳大利亚等国货币单位)

银弹外交 money diplomacy; dollar diplomacy; "silver bullet" diplomacy

Stable-dollar assumption 稳定货币假设

Our minimum deposit for a savings account is 100 dollars.

You can open a savings account at any time with an initial deposit of 50 dollars.

Each cheque you write will cost 2 dollars.

I want to withdraw 200 dollars from my deposit account.

Here it is, some French francs, Swiss francs, American dollars and a few Dutch guilders.

I'd like to know if you could change this money back into U.S. dollars for me.

Can you give me 100 dollars in Swiss francs?

I'd like to convert the full amount of the remittance into U.S. dollars.

I'd like to break this 50 dollar note.

I need 300 dollars in 100-dollar cheques.

I hope you'll give me ten traveler's cheques of 100 dollars each.

What's the dollar going for today?

Our buying rate for notes is 523 yuan for 100 dollars.

The buying rate of U.S. dollar notes is 460 yuan per hundred dollars.

Please tell me what you would give me for my U.S. dollars.

Please wait a moment. I'll find out the exchange rate between U.S. dollars and RMB.

It's 470 yuan for 100 dollars.

The rate for traveler's cheques is 300 yuan against 100 dollars.

These dollars are worth 1,000 yuan.

麻烦请给我你的护照。 May I see your passport, please?
这是我的护照。 Here is my passport / Here it is.
旅行的目的为何? What's the purpose of your visit?
(移民)(观光)(公务)。 (Immigrant)(Sightseeing)(Businese).
随身携带多少现金? How much money do you have with you?
大约10,000元。 I have 10,000 dollars.
祝你玩得愉快。 Good. Have a nice day.
谢谢。 Thank you.

you look great today.(你今天看上去很棒。)【每天都可以用!】
you did a good job. (你干得非常好。)【国际最通用的表扬!】
we're so proud of you.(我们十分为你骄傲。)【最高级的表扬!】
i'm very pleased with your work.(我对你的工作非常满意。)【正式、真诚的赞扬!】
this is really a nice place.(这真是个好地方!)【随口就说、但效果很好的表扬!】
you're looking sharp!(你看上去真精神/真棒/真漂亮。)【与众不同的表扬!】
you always know the right thing to say. = you're very eloquent.(你总是说话得体。)【高层次的表扬!】
nice going! = you did a good job.(干得好!)【极其地道的表扬!】
the food is delicious.(好吃!)【最普通、但非常重要的表扬!】
everything tastes great.(每样东西都很美味!)
your son/daughter is so cute.(你的孩子很可爱。)【外国人绝对喜欢听的表扬!】
what an adorable baby!(多么可爱的孩子。)【只管大胆用!】
i admire your work. = i respect your work.(我对你的工作表示敬意。)【世界通用!】
you've got a great personality.(你的个性很好。)【一个非常安全的表扬!】
you have a good sense of humor.(你真幽默。)【美国人极其喜欢的表扬!】
your chinese is really surprising.(你的中文令人惊讶。)【绝对和其他人不一样的表扬!】
your english is incredible.(我真不敢相信你的英语。)【用了六星级形容词!】
you have a very successful business.(你的事业很成功。)【现代人非常喜欢听!】
you're very professional.(你非常专业。)【专业化的表扬!】
your company is very impressive.(你的公司给我留下深刻印象。)
you're so smart.(你非常聪明。)
i envy you very much.(我非常羡慕你。)
your wife is very charming.(你的妻子很有魅力!)
you two make a lovely couple.(你们真是天生的一对!)
you're really talented.(你很有天赋。)
you look nice in that color.(你穿那种颜色很好看。)
you have a good taste.(你很有品位。)
you look like a million dollars. = you look outstanding.=you look like a movie star.(你看上去帅呆了。)


dollar-saver fare [air ticket]

constant dollars 不变美元,定值美元

purchasing power of the dollar 美元购买力

The minimum amount of money to open an account (账户) at that bank is ten dollars.

Could you please lend me a couple of dollars?

I forgot to bring any money for lunch. Can you spare three dollars?

The government committed millions of dollars to develop online learning.

The value of the dollar on the world market has declined in recent years.

The ultimate cost of the job was over a hundred dollars.

We charge 200 dollars for a single room one night.

If you buy the family-size box it will save you two dollars.

They converted their money from pounds into dollars.

She had worked out that it would cost over 100 dollars.

Would you take an offer of, say (= for example), 5,000 dollars for your car?
要是给你开个价, 比方说5,000元, 你卖不卖这辆车?

Last year the company offered to buy pre-1971 cars for 700 dollars each.

I enclose herewith a cheque for 200 US dollars.

I have a 5-dollar bill.

Can you lend me five dollars?

He was fined 200 dollars.

The pound stayed firm against dollar in London but fell a little in New York.

They let the house to me at a rent of 100 dollars a month.

We have debts totaling 5000 dollars.

I'm broke.
May I borrow ten dollars? (能借给我10美元吗?)
Sorry, I'm broke. (对不起,我现在身无分文。)
I have no money.
I'm out of money.
I'm flat broke. * 强调的说法。

Oh, same as usual.
How was work today? (今天工作怎么样?)
Oh, same as usual. (和往常一样。)
Same old, same old. *俚语。
Another day, another dollar.

Another day, another dollar.
How was work today? (今天工作怎么样?)
Another day, another dollar. (和往常一样。)

Can you lend me ten dollars?

I feel like a million dollars. *million 是100万。

Don't pull my leg.
I won a thousand dollars! (我赢了1000美元。)
Don't pull my leg! (别逗了!)
Don't talk nonsense!
Don't talk stupid! *stupid 俚语,“傻的”、“无意义的”、“愚蠢的”。

Better than nothing. *句子开头的It's被省略。
I only have five dollars. (我只有5美元。)
Well, it's better than nothing. (可总比没有强吧。)

Yes, sir. Your account was overdrawn 15 dollars on the 12th of this month.

I suppose you want to send U.S. Dollars.

So five hundred dollars will be 4, 350 RMB yuan.

It is a shame!
这是一句可以用在许多适当情况的口语 (Catch-all phrase),是表示一种轻度的「遗憾」或「同情」(a form of sympathy or regret) 但没有「羞耻」的意思。
It is a shame that your car got stuck in the snow.(你的汽车陷在雪里,真糟糕。)
When I said, "I lost ten dollars from my pocket.",he replied, "It is a shame!"(当我说:「我从口袋里掉了十块钱」,他回答:「真遗憾?」)
至於 "What a shame",其实与 "it is a shame" 意思相似,也有 "It is too bad" 的味道。例如:
What a shame that his son's behavior is so rude.(他儿子的粗鲁行为是令人遗憾的)

a black sheep 败家子
Eric is a black sheep ,splashing one million dollars in a few years .

The honest penny is better than the stolen dollar.

Now, as regards payment, we've agreed to use U.S. Dollar, am I right?

I'd like to exchange some U.S. dollars. What's today's exchange rate?

have a bone to pick with有账要算
I have a bone to pick with you. You still owe me the fifteen dollars you borrowed.

pan out成功,奏效
Unfortunately, the deal did not pan out. I lost a thousand dollars.

cough it up(不情愿地)付钱
Cough it up. I know you have the twenty dollars.

set someone back使某人破费
That dinner set be back sixty dollars.

bad blood不,敌意
Ever since Howard borrowed 5,000 dollars from Mike and never paid him back, there has been bad blood between them.

When you find something you really want, don't let a few dollars keep you from getting it.

"Life is funny. When the famous dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh was alive, nobody wanted to buy his pictures. But now rich people will pay through the nose for one, sometimes more than five million dollars."

"Last night I got into a poker game with these men I met in the hotel bar. And I lost a thousand dollars before I realized the cards were stacked against me. All I could do was pick up the money I had left and walk away."

Now, as regards payment, we've agreed to use U.S. Dollar, am I right?

The arbitrators awarded the sellers 500 dollars as damages.

He receives 50 dollars a week as unemployment benefit.

We have received offers recently, most of which are below 100 U.S. dollars.

I'll respond to your counter-offer by reducing our price by three dollars.

The total premium is 800 U.S. dollars.

If the benefits provided under a certain policy have a dollar limitation for each service, you should determine whether these limitations are realistic.

A: Can I help you sir?
A: 先生, 我能帮忙吗?
B: Yes, can I change 100 dollars please.
B: 是的, 我能兑换100美元吗?
A: Certainly.
A: 当然。

钞票 [chāo piào] /paper money/a (dollar, etc.) bill/

港币 [gǎng bì] /Hong Kong currency/Hong Kong dollar/

美元 [měi yuán] /American dollar/U.S. dollar/

台币 [tái bì] /New Taiwan dollar/

元 [yuán] /(dynasty)/dollar/primary/first/

For each dollar of GDP (in constant prices) rich economies now use nearly 50% less oil than in 1973.

Few Americans attribute this solely to such obvious causes as a devalued dollar or the turning of the business cycle.

If experiments are planned and carried out according to plan as faithfully as the reports in the science journals indicate, then it is perfectly logical for management to expect research to produce results measurable in dollars and cents.
It is entirely reasonable for auditors to believe that scientists who know exactly where they are going and how they will get there should not be distracted by the necessity of keeping one eye on the cash register while the other eye is on the microscope.

{adj: bad, forged} reproduced fraudulently
"like a bad penny..."
"a forged twenty dollar bill"

{adj: debased, devalued, degraded} lowered in value
"the dollar is low"
"a debased currency"

{adj: embezzled} taken for your own use in violation of a trust
"the embezzled funds amounted to millions of dollars"

{adj: good} not forged
"a good dollar bill"

{adj: large-capitalization, large-capitalisation, large-cap} of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of five billion dollars or more

{adj: lavish, munificent, overgenerous, prodigal, too-generous, unsparing, unstinted, unstinting} very generous
"distributed gifts with a lavish hand"
"the critics were lavish in their praise"
"a munificent gift"
"his father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent"
"prodigal praise"
"unsparing generosity"
"his unstinted devotion"
"called for unstinting aid to Britain"

{adj: leftover, left over, left, odd, remaining, unexpended} not used up
"leftover meatloaf"
"she had a little money left over so she went to a movie"
"some odd dollars left"
"saved the remaining sandwiches for supper"
"unexpended provisions"

{adj: shriveled, shrivelled, shrunken} reduced in efficacy or vitality or intensity
"our shriveled receipts during the storm"
"as the project wore on she found her enthusiasm shriveled"
"the dollar's shrunken buying power"

{adj: small-capitalization, small-capitalisation, small-cap} of stocks of companies with a market capitalization of less than one billion dollars

{adv: altogether, all told, in all} with everything included or counted
"altogether he earns close to a million dollars"

{adv: down} paid in cash at time of purchase
"put ten dollars down on the necklace"

{adv: even} used as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected
"even an idiot knows that"
"declined even to consider the idea"
"I don't have even a dollar!"

{adv: in return, reciprocally} (often followed by `for') in exchange or in reciprocation
"gave up our seats on the plane and in return received several hundred dollars and seats on the next plane out"
"we get many benefits in return for our taxes"

{adv: under} below some quantity or limit
"fifty dollars or under"

{n: Australian dollar} the basic unit of money in Australia and Nauru

{n: Bahamian dollar} the basic unit of money in the Bahamas

{n: Barbados dollar} the basic unit of money in Barbados

{n: Belize dollar} the basic unit of money in Belize

{n: Bermuda dollar} the basic unit of money in Bermuda

{n: Brunei dollar} the basic unit of money in Brunei

{n: Canadian dollar} the basic unit of money in Canada

{n: Cayman Islands dollar} the basic unit of money in the Cayman Islands

{n: Dominican dollar} the basic unit of money in Dominica

{n: Echinoidea, class Echinoidea} sea urchins and sand dollars

{n: Eurodollar} a United States dollar deposited in a European bank and used as an international currency to finance trade

{n: Fiji dollar} the basic unit of money in Fiji

{n: Grenada dollar} the basic unit of money in Grenada

{n: Guyana dollar} the basic unit of money in Guyana

{n: Hong Kong dollar} the basic unit of money in Hong Kong

{n: Jamaican dollar} the basic unit of money in Jamaica

{n: Japanese millet, billion-dollar grass, Japanese barnyard millet, sanwa millet, Echinochloa frumentacea} coarse annual grass cultivated in Japan and southeastern Asia for its edible seeds and for forage; important wildlife food in United States

{n: Kiribati dollar} the basic unit of money in Kiribati

{n: Liberian dollar} the basic unit of money in Liberia

{n: New Zealand dollar} the basic unit of money in New Zealand

{n: Sarcoscypha coccinea, scarlet cup} a discomycete that is a harbinger of spring; the fruiting body is thin and tough and saucer-shaped (about the size of quarter to a half dollar) with a deep bright red upper surface and a whitish exterior

{n: Singapore dollar} the basic unit of money in Singapore

{n: Stromateidae, family Stromateidae} butterfishes: harvest fishes; dollar fishes

{n: Susan B Anthony dollar} a United States coin worth one dollar

{n: Taiwan dollar} the basic unit of money in Taiwan

{n: Trinidad and Tobago dollar} the basic unit of money in Trinidad and Tobago

{n: Tuvalu dollar} the basic unit of money in Tuvalu

{n: United States dollar} the basic unit of money in the United States

{n: Zimbabwean dollar} the basic unit of money in Zimbabwe

{n: assumption, laying claim} the act of taking possession of or power over something
"his assumption of office coincided with the trouble in Cuba"
"the Nazi assumption of power in 1934"
"he acquired all the company's assets for ten million dollars and the assumption of the company's debts"

{n: billionaire} a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at more than a billion dollars

{n: crispness} a pleasing firmness and freshness
"crispness of new dollar bills"
"crispness of fresh lettuce"

{n: deflator} a statistical factor designed to remove the effect of inflation; inflation adjusted variables are in constant dollars

{n: depreciation} a decrease in price or value
"depreciation of the dollar against the yen"
<-> appreciation

{n: dime bag, dime} street name for a packet of illegal drugs that is sold for ten dollars

{n: dime} a United States coin worth one tenth of a dollar

{n: dollar diplomacy} diplomacy influenced by economic considerations

{n: dollar mark, dollar sign} a mark ($) written before a number to indicate that it stands for the number of dollars

{n: dollar volume, turnover} the volume measured in dollars
"the store's dollar volume continues to rise"

{n: dollar, dollar bill, one dollar bill, buck, clam} a piece of paper money worth one dollar

{n: dollar, dollar mark, dollar sign} a symbol of commercialism or greed
"he worships the almighty dollar"
"the dollar sign means little to him"

{n: dollar} a United States coin worth one dollar
"the dollar coin has never been popular in the United States"

{n: dollar} the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents

{n: double eagle} a former gold coin in the United States worth 20 dollars

{n: eagle} a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars

{n: equivalent} a person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc
"send two dollars or the equivalent in stamps"

{n: executability} capability of being executed
"the job is executable for two million dollars"
"this contract is not executable"

{n: fifty dollar bill, fifty} a United States bill worth 50 dollars

{n: fiver, five-spot, five dollar bill} a United States bill worth 5 dollars

{n: half dollar, fifty-cent piece} a United States coin worth half of a dollar

{n: half eagle} a former gold coin in United States worth 5 dollars

{n: honesty, silver dollar, money plant, satin flower, satinpod, Lunaria annua} southeastern European plant cultivated for its fragrant purplish flowers and round flat papery silver-white seedpods that are used for indoor decoration

{n: hundred dollar bill, c-note} a United States bill worth 100 dollars

{n: job, task, chore} a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee
"estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars"
"the job of repairing the engine took several hours"
"the endless task of classifying the samples"
"the farmer's morning chores"

{n: millionaire} a person whose material wealth is valued at more than a million dollars

{n: multi-billionaire} a very rich person whose material wealth is valued at many billions of dollars

{n: nickel, nickel note} five dollars worth of a drug
"a nickel bag of drugs"
"a nickel deck of heroin"

{n: nickel} a United States coin worth one twentieth of a dollar

{n: quarter} a United States coin worth one fourth of a dollar
"he fed four quarters into the slot machine"

{n: rounding, rounding error} (mathematics) a miscalculation that results from rounding off numbers to a convenient number of decimals
"the error in the calculation was attributable to rounding"
"taxes are rounded off to the nearest dollar but the rounding error is surprisingly small"

{n: sand dollar} flattened disklike sea urchins that live on sandy bottoms

{n: shoeshine} the act of shining shoes
"he charged a dollar for a shoeshine"

{n: silver dollar, cartwheel} a dollar made of silver

{n: standardization, standardisation} the condition in which a standard has been successfully established
"standardization of nuts and bolts had saved industry millions of dollars"

{n: tenner, ten dollar bill} a United States bill worth 10 dollars

{n: twenty dollar bill, twenty} a United States bill worth 20 dollars

{n: two dollar bill} a United States bill worth 2 dollars

{n: unit of measurement, unit} any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange
"the dollar is the United States unit of currency"
"a unit of wheat is a bushel"
"change per unit volume"

{n: weakness} the condition of being financially weak
"the weakness of the dollar against the yen"
<-> strength

{n: worth} an indefinite quantity of something having a specified value
"10 dollars worth of gasoline"

{v: ask} require or ask for as a price or condition
"He is asking $200 for the table"
"The kidnapers are asking a million dollars in return for the release of their hostage"

{v: build} give form to, according to a plan
"build a modern nation"
"build a million-dollar business"

{v: change, exchange, commute, convert} exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category
"Could you convert my dollars into pounds?"
"He changed his name"
"convert centimeters into inches"
"convert holdings into shares"

{v: collect, take in} call for and obtain payment of
"we collected over a million dollars in outstanding debts"
"he collected the rent"

{v: depreciate, undervalue, devaluate, devalue} lose in value
"The dollar depreciated again"
<-> appreciate

{v: depreciate} lower the value of something
"The Fed depreciated the dollar once again"
<-> appreciate

{v: embezzle, defalcate, peculate, misappropriate, malversate} appropriate (as property entrusted to one's care) fraudulently to one's own use
"The accountant embezzled thousands of dollars while working for the wealthy family"

{v: equal, be} be identical or equivalent to
"One dollar equals 1,000 rubles these days!"
<-> differ

{v: feel like a million, feel like a million dollars} be in excellent health and spirits
"he feels like a million after he got the promotion"

{v: forge, fake, counterfeit} make a copy of with the intent to deceive
"he faked the signature"
"they counterfeited dollar bills"
"She forged a Green Card"

{v: haggle, higgle, chaffer, huckster} wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.)
"Let's not haggle over a few dollars"

{v: kite} get credit or money by using a bad check
"The businessman kited millions of dollars"

{v: lose, turn a loss} fail to make money in a business ; make a loss or fail to profit
"I lost thousands of dollars on that bad investment!"
"The company turned a loss after the first year"
<-> profit

{v: pay} give money, usually in exchange for goods or services
"I paid four dollars for this sandwich"
"Pay the waitress, please"

{v: peg} stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations
"The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"

{v: pull} cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense
"A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter"

{v: raise} collect funds for a specific purpose
"The President raised several million dollars for his college"

{v: retail} be sold at the retail level
"These gems retail at thousands of dollars each"

{v: soar, soar up, soar upwards, surge, zoom} rise rapidly
"the dollar soared against the yes"

{v: turn a nice dime, turn a nice penny, turn a nice dollar} make a satisfactory profit
"The company turned a nice dime after a short time"

{v: turn over} do business worth a certain amount of money
"The company turns over ten million dollars a year"

Were robbers scornful of its four-million-dollar capital?
强盗们是看不上这 400万元的资本吗?

" Would you like it in ten- or twenty-dollar bills? "
"您愿意要 10元一张的还是 20元一张的? "

George reached into his cashbox and took all the bills from the top section--close to six thousand dollars.
乔治把手伸进现金柜里,从上层格子中取出所有的钞票一将近 6000元。

Miss Martha Meacham kept the little bakery on the corner( the one where you go up three steps, and the bell tinkles when you open the door).
her bankbook showed a credit of two thousand dollars,
她的银行存款已有 2000美元。
and she possessed two false teeth and a sympathetic heart.

Even so, physical education has fought stepchild status, competing with art and music for dollars, space and time in crowded academic schedules--and the ghosts of PE past.
即使如此,体育一直在同低下的地位抗争,在排得满满的课程表中同美术、音乐争费用、场地和时间-并且还得同过去的体育 "幽灵 "斗争。

" The travel packages encourage people to spend more time, more dollars, " says Betsy Illium, director of sales and marketing at New York's Dailey-Thorp Travel.
纽约的德利索普旅行社的市场营销经理贝西·伊利奥姆说: "这种包揽式旅行鼓励人们花费更多时间和金钱。

That could be hundreds of millions of dollars and probably two years away.

In total box office earnings worldwide, while unable to top the first billion-dollar earning film Titanic at No 1, the George Lucas science fiction films come in at a respectable No 4( Star Wars, $ 780 million), No 12( The Empire Strikes Back, $533 million) and No 2t( Return of the Jedi, $470 million).
虽然在全世界的票房收人抵不过位居榜首的影片《泰坦尼克号》率先突破 10亿美元的收入,乔治·卢卡斯的科幻电影也令人称道地名列第4(《星球大战》, 7亿 8千万美元),第12(《帝国反击战》, 5亿 3千 3百万美元)和第21《杰迪的归来》, 4亿 7千万美元)。

With twenty dollars in my pocket, I felt I had a lucky streak.
我身上还有 20美元,想碰运气。

For good nights, I took a dozen men, making as much as four to five hundred dollars,
景气时每晚接十来个客,赚 400500美元;
for bad ones I earned only about one hundred, having three or four customers.
不景气时接三、四个客,只能赚大约 100美元。

" At that time, I was in love with my pimp, grateful to him for showing me the easy way of making money.
I rewarded him with two hundred dollars every night. "
每晚我给他 200美元回报。 "

But he admits without millions of dollars more being spent on research, the pioneering, head transplant would be fraught with danger.

To Lose Out Failure Magazine The U.S. Football League. The Susan B. Anthony Dollar. Ishtar. What do they have in common?

People paid thousands of dollars more than for regular airliners to fly the Concorde, not only for its speed but also for bragging rights.

" It's dream to make a million dollars overnight.
But these people are not happy, their relationships are miserable, and they 're taking a step back to ask what it's all about. "

When in a taxi, round up to the nearest dollar.

Although super-jumbos, double-decker aircraft capable of carrying up to 850 passengers, are being discussed by aviation executives with vast enthusiasm, anyone who flies a lot knows that airlines wring every dollar they can out of their available inches.
超大型能够运载 850名旅客的双层飞机,虽然飞机制造公司的经理们正在热烈地讨论着,可是,任何经常坐飞机的人都明白,航空公司都要从机舱中可用的空间挤出尽量多的收入。

Workers suddenly get up and encircle Bezos, handing him hats, dollar bills, scraps of paper - anything - for his signature.

This tip could have saved newly married singer Posh Spice, whose real name is Victoria Adams, and soccer star Dave Beckham thousands of dollars.

" If those fads worked, there wouldn't be a billion-dollar diet industry, " says Bettye Travis, president of the board of directors of the U.S. National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance.
美国促进接受脂肪协会理事会主席贝蒂·特拉维斯说:如果那些流行的饮食疗法奏效的话,饮食疗法行业就不会有 10多亿美元的收益。

A weakened Kiwi dollar( which dropped nearly 22% in the past year) means many Asian currencies go even further, especially if you shop around.
疲软的新西兰货币(去年贬值近 22%)意味着亚洲许多货币贬值更甚,特别是货比三家时体会更深。

" When I evaluate start-ups I ask, 'Is this a multi-billion-dollar market?
Can this be a billion-dollar company? '
We want companies that can be industry leaders. "

A: How much do I owe you?
B: Four dollars and fifty cents.
A: Here's five dollars, you can keep the change.
B: Thank you.
- 我该付多少钱?
- 4.5美元。
- 给你5美元,零头不用找了。
- 谢谢。

A:I wrote to President Bush and he sent me an autographed(adj.) picture of his family.
B:Really? Keep it in a safe place. It'll sell for thousands of dollars a few decades later.

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