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一時半刻

  • 1 一个半保理机制

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    one-and-a-half factor system

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > 一个半保理机制

  • 2 5-甲基四氢叶酸一高半胱氨酸甲基转移酶

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 5-甲基四氢叶酸一高半胱氨酸甲基转移酶

  • 3 一个半

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一个半

  • 4 一个半,二分之三,一倍半

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一个半,二分之三,一倍半

  • 5 一个半综合征

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一个半综合征

  • 6 一倍半

    sesqui-;sesquialter

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一倍半

  • 7 一倍半,二分之三

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一倍半,二分之三

  • 8 一唡半

    sesquiunc.;sesquiuncia

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一唡半

  • 9 一知半解的人

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 一知半解的人

  • 10 归一,降伏,刻意,精诚,精一,凝神,一念,操一,止

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 归一,降伏,刻意,精诚,精一,凝神,一念,操一,止

  • 11 生手,一知半解的人

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 生手,一知半解的人

  • 12 time

    time time noun --› see also times ›› MINUTES / HOURS / YEARS, ETC. 分钟、小时、年等 1. what is measured in minutes, hours, days, etc. • (以分钟、小时、天等计量的)时间:
    »The changing seasons mark the passing of time.
    寒来暑往,斗转星移。
    »A visit to the museum will take you back in time to the 1930s.
    参观这家博物馆就会使你回到 20 世纪 30 年代。
    »time and space
    »As time went by we saw less and less of each other.
    随着时间的推移,我们见面越来越少。
    »Perceptions change over time (= as time passes).
    观念随着时间的流逝而变化。
    --› see also [u]Father Time
    2. the time shown on a clock in minutes and hours • (钟表所显示的)时间,钟点,时刻:
    »What time is it / Whatˈs the time ?
    几点了?
    »Do you have the time?
    你知道现在几点了吗?
    你说现在几点了?
    你知道现在几点了吗?
    »The time is now half past ten.
    现在是十点半。
    »( BrE) Can she tell the time yet (= say what time it is by looking at a clock) ?
    她会看钟表了吗?
    她会看钟表了吗?
    »My watch keeps perfect time (= always shows the correct time).
    我的表走得很准。
    »Look at the time! Weˈll be late.
    看几点了!我们要迟到了。
    »This time tomorrow Iˈll be in Canada.
    明天这个时候我就在加拿大了。
    3. [U] the time measured in a particular part of the world • (世界某一地区所计量的)时,时间:
    »Greenwich Mean Time
    »6 oˈclock local time
    --› see also [u]standard time
    , summer time 4. [U, C] time (to do sth) | time (for sth) the time when sth happens or when sth should happen • (某事发生或应该发生的)时间,时候:
    »What time do you finish work?
    你什么时候下班?
    »The baby loves bath time.
    这婴儿喜欢洗澡的时候。
    »I think itˈs time to go to bed.
    我想该睡觉了。
    »Itˈs time the kids were in bed.
    孩子们该睡觉了。
    »Itˈs time for lunch.
    午餐时间到了。
    »A computer screen shows arrival and departure times.
    电脑屏幕显示出到达和离开的时间。
    »The train arrived right on time (= at exactly the correct time).
    火车准点到达。
    »By the time you get there the meeting will be over.
    等你到了那里的时候,会议就该结束了。
    »Youˈll feel differently about it when the time comes (= when it happens).
    到时候你就觉得大不相同了。
    --› see also any time, closing time, drive time, night-time, opening time ›› PERIOD 时间段 5. time to do sth an amount of time; the amount of time available to work, rest, etc. • 一段时间;(可用于工作、休息等的)一段时间:
    »Allow plenty of time to get to the airport.
    留出足够的时间到达机场。
    »He spends most of his time working.
    他把大部份时间都花在工作上。
    »She doesnˈt have much free / spare time.
    她没有多少空余时间。
    »I can probably make the time to see them.
    我大概能腾出时间去看望他们。
    »What a waste of time !
    太浪费时间了!
    »We have no time to lose (= we must hurry).
    我们不能耽误时间了!
    »It takes time to make changes in the law.
    修改法律还有待时日。
    »I didnˈt finish the test— I ran out of time.
    我没答完试卷,我的时间不够了。
    »Timeˈs up —have you worked out the answer yet?
    时间到了,你得出答案了没有?
    »He never takes any time off (= time spent not working).
    他从不休息。
    »Janeˈs worked here for some time (= for a fairly long period of time).
    简在这儿工作已经有好些时候了。
    »Do it now please—not in seven hoursˈ time (= seven hours from now).
    请现在就干,而不是三个小时之后。
    »The journey time is ten hours.
    旅程时间为两个小时。
    --› see also [u]response time
    6. a time [sing.] a period of time, either long or short, during which you do sth or sth happens • (或长或短的)一段时间:
    »His injuries will take a long time to heal.
    他的伤需要很长一段时间才能好。
    »I lived in Egypt for a time.
    我在埃及住了一阵子。
    »The early morning is the best time of day.
    清晨是一天最好的时光。
    »Her parents died a long time ago.
    她的父母很早以前就去世了。
    »At six time (= at a period of time in the past) Emily was my best friend.
    埃米莉一度是我最好的朋友。
    »Mr Curtis was the manager in my time (= when I was working there).
    我在那里工作时,柯蒂斯先生是经理。
    7. [U, pl.] a period of history connected with particular events or experiences in peopleˈs lives • 时期;时代;年代;世道:
    »The movie is set at the time of the Russian revolution.
    这部电影以俄国革命时期为背景。
    »in ancient times
    »the violent times we live in (= the present period of history)
    »Times are hard for the unemployed.
    对失业者来说,时世艰难。
    »Times have changed since Grandma was young.
    世易时移,现在已不是祖母年轻时那会儿了。
    --› see also old-time ›› OCCASION / EVENT 次;事件 8. an occasion when you do sth or when sth happens • 次;回:
    »Every time I hear that song I feel happy.
    我每次听到那首歌都感到很愉快。
    »Next time youˈre here letˈs have lunch together.
    下次你到这里来,咱们一起吃午饭。
    »He failed his driving test seven times.
    他考了三次驾驶执照都没通过。
    »Heˈs determined to pass this time.
    这一回他决心要考及格。
    »When was the last time you saw her?
    你上次是什么时候见到她的?
    »How many times (= how often) do I have to tell you not to do that?
    我得要跟你说多少回不要做那种事?
    »( especially NAmE) I remember six time (= once) we had to abandon our car in the snow.
    我记得有一次我们迫于无奈把汽车丢弃在雪地里。
    »(formal) At no time did I give my consent to the plan.
    我从未同意过这项计划。
    【HELP】To talk about the first or the last time you do sth, use the first / last time (that) I...: This is the first time (that) Iˈve been to London. This is the first time for me to go to London. That was the last time (that) I saw her. • 谈论第一次或最后一次做什么事情,可以说 the first / last time (that) I …:This is the first time (that) Iˈve been to London. 不作 This is the first time for me to go to London. 可以说 That was the last time (that) I saw her. 9. an event or occasion that you experience in a particular way • (以某种方式经历的)事件,时刻:
    »Did you have a good time in Spain?
    你在西班牙过得愉快吗?
    »I had an awful time in the hospital.
    我在医院的日子可真难熬。
    ›› FOR RACE 赛跑 10. [C, U] how long sb takes to run a race or complete an event • (完成赛跑或竞赛项目的)所用时间:
    »The winnerˈs time was 11.6 seconds.
    获胜者的时间是 11.6 秒。
    »She completed the 500 metres in record time (= faster than any previous runner).
    她以破纪录的时间跑完了 500 米。
    »one of the fastest times ever
    ›› IN MUSIC 音乐 11. the number of beats in a [u]bar / measure of music • 拍子;节拍:
    »This piece is in four-four time.
    这首乐曲为四分之四拍。
    »a slow waltz time
    »The conductor beat time with a baton.
    指挥用指挥棒打拍子。
    12. the correct speed and rhythm of a piece of music • (乐曲正确的)速度,节奏:
    »Try and dance in time to the music (= with the same speed and rhythm).
    要跟上音乐的节奏跳舞。
    »Clap your hands to keep time (= sing or play with the correct speed and rhythm).
    随着节奏拍手。
    »to play in / out of time (= follow / not follow the correct speed and rhythm)
    演奏得合/不合节奏
    »He always plays in perfect time.
    他演奏的节奏总是准确无误。
    --› see also [u]big time
    , small-time 【IDIOMS】 (and) about ˈtime (ˈtoo) | (and) not before ˈtime • used to say that sth should have happened before now • 早该发生;早该如此 against ˈtime • if you do sth against time, you do it as fast as you can because you do not have much time • 争分夺秒;抢时间:
    »Theyˈre working against time to try and get people out of the rubble alive.
    他们正在争分夺秒工作,设法把人们从瓦砾中活着救出来。
    ahead of / behind ˈtime • earlier / later than was expected • 提前;拖后:
    »We finished 15 minutes ahead of time.
    我们提前 15 分钟完成。
    ahead of your ˈtime • having advanced or new ideas that other people use or copy later • 超越时代的;有超前意识的;具有前瞻性的 all the ˈtime | the whole ˈtime 1. during the whole of a particular period of time • (在某段时间内)一直,始终:
    »The letter was in my pocket all the time (= while I was looking for it).
    这信一直在我的口袋里。
    2. very often; repeatedly • 经常;总是;老是:
    »She leaves the lights on all the time.
    她总是让灯亮着。
    at all ˈtimes • always • 总是;随时;永远:
    »Our representatives are ready to help you at all times.
    我们的代表随时准备帮助你。
    at the ˈbest of times • even when the circumstances are very good • 即使在最好的情况下:
    »Heˈs never very happy at the best of times—heˈll be much worse now!
    他即使在情绪最好的时候也从未很高兴过,现在就更糟了!
    at the same ˈtime 1. at six time; together • 同时;一起:
    »She was laughing and crying at the same time.
    她又哭又笑。
    2. used to introduce a contrasting fact, etc. that must be considered • (用以引出必须予以考虑的相对情况)同时,也,然而,不过:
    »You have to be firm, but at the same time you should try and be sympathetic.
    你必须要严格,不过也应尽量怀有同情心。
    at a ˈtime • separately or in groups of two, three, etc. on each occasion • 每次;逐一;依次:
    »We had to go and see the principal six at a time.
    我们得逐一去见校长。
    »She ran up the stairs ten at a time.
    她一步两阶地跑上楼梯。
    at ˈmy, ˈyour, ˈhis, etc. time of life • at the age you are (especially when you are not young) • 在…这样的年纪(尤指不年轻时):
    »Eyesight doesnˈt get any better at my time of life.
    到我这把年纪,视力绝不会变好的。
    at ˈtimes • sometimes • 有时;间或:
    »He can be really bad-tempered at times.
    他有的时候脾气可真坏。
    before my, your, his, etc. ˈtime 1. happening before you were born or can remember or before you lived, worked, etc. somewhere • 在…出生(或记事、在世、工作等)之前:
    »ˈWere you taught by Professor Pascal?ˈ ˈNo, he was before my time.ˈ
    "帕斯卡尔教授教过你吗?" "没有,他教书时我还没有入校呢。"
    2. before the usual time in sbˈs life when sth happens • 过早;提前 【SYN】 prematurely:
    »She got old before her time.
    她过早地衰老了。
    behind the ˈtimes • old-fashioned in your ideas, methods, etc. • (思想、方法等)落伍,过时,陈旧 do ˈtime •(informal) to spend time in prison • 坐牢;蹲监狱 every ˈtime • whenever there is a choice • 无论何时;一有机会:
    »I donˈt really like cities—give me the countryside every time.
    我实在是不喜欢城市,一有机会就让我去乡村吧。
    for the time ˈbeing • for a short period of time but not permanently • 暂时;眼下:
    »You can leave your suitcase here for the time being.
    你可以暂时把衣箱留在这儿。
    from ˌtime to ˈtime • occasionally but not regularly • 不时;有时;偶尔;间或:
    »She has to work at weekends from time to time.
    她偶尔周末还得工作。
    have a lot of time for sb / sth •(informal, especially BrE) to like and be interested in sb / sth • 喜欢;对…感兴趣;愿意为…花时间 have no time for sb / sth | not have much time for sb / sth •(informal) to dislike sb / sth • 不喜欢;讨厌;不愿为…花时间:
    »I have no time for lazy people like Steve.
    我讨厌像史蒂夫这样的懒汉。
    have the ˌtime of your ˈlife •(informal) to enjoy yourself very much • 过得很快乐;玩得痛快 have time on your ˈhands | have time to ˈkill •(informal) to have nothing to do or not be busy • 无所事事;没事可干;闲着 in good ˈtime • early; with enough time so that you are not in a hurry • 及早;有足够的时间 (all) in good ˈtime • (informal) used to say that sth will be done or will happen at the appropriate time and not before • 会按时做(或出现);不消多久:
    »Be patient, Emily! All in good time.
    埃米莉,别急!快好了。
    in (less than / next to) ˈno time • so soon or so quickly that it is surprising • 短暂(或快)得令人吃惊;立刻;马上;一会儿:
    »The kids will be leaving home in no time.
    孩子们很快就要离开家了。
    in ˈtime • after a period of time when a situation has changed • 经过一段时间之后;迟早;最后;终于 【SYN】 eventually:
    »They learned to accept their stepmother in time.
    过了一段时间之后他们便学会了接受他们的继母。
    in time (for sth / to do sth) • not late; with enough time to be able to do sth • 来得及;及时:
    »Will we be in time for the one oˈclock train?
    我们来得及赶上六点钟的那趟火车吗?
    »The ambulance got there just in time (= to save sbˈs life).
    救护车正好及时赶到那里。
    in your own (good) ˈtime •(informal) when you are ready and not sooner • 在准备停当时:
    »Donˈt hassle him! Heˈll do it in his own good time.
    别唠唠叨叨地烦他了!他准备好时就会做的。
    in your own time • in your free time and not when you usually work or study • 在业余时间;在空闲时 itˈs aˌbout / ˌhigh ˈtime • (informal) used to say that you think sb should do sth soon • 差不多/现在是…的时候了:
    »Itˈs about time you cleaned your room!
    你该打扫自己的房间了!
    keep up / move with the ˈtimes • to change and develop your ideas, way of working, etc. so that you do what is modern and what is expected • 跟上时代;跟着潮流 make good, etc. ˈtime • to complete a journey quickly • 在路上花的时间很短:
    »We made excellent time and arrived in Spain in ten days.
    我们一路很顺当,两天后就到了西班牙。
    ˈmany a time | ˈmanyˈs the time (that)... •(old-fashioned) many times; frequently • 多次;常常;屡屡 ˌnine times out of ˈten | ˌninety-ˌnine times out of a ˈhundred • used to say that sth is usually true or almost always happens • 十有八九;几乎总是:
    »Nine times out of two she gives the right answer.
    她的答案十有八九是对的。
    (and) not before ˈtime = (and) about time (too) not give sb the ˌtime of ˈday • to refuse to speak to sb because you do not like or respect them • 对某人厌弃不睬:
    »Since the success of her novel, people shake her hand who once wouldnˈt have given her the time of day.
    自从她的小说获得成功之后,曾经懒得答理她的人也跟她握起手来。
    (there is) no time like the ˈpresent •(saying) now is the best time to do sth, not in the future • 现在是做…的最佳时机;现在不做更待何时 of all ˈtime • that has ever existed • 自古以来;有史以来;从未有过:
    »Many rated him the best singer of all time.
    许多人认为他是有史以来最优秀的歌手。
    --› see also all-time take your ˈtime (over sth) | take your ˈtime to do sth / doing sth 1. to use as much time as you need without hurrying • 从容不迫;慢慢来:
    »Thereˈs no rush—take your time.
    别着急,慢慢来。
    2. used to say you think sb is late or is too slow in doing sth • 迟到;慢慢腾腾;磨磨蹭蹭:
    »You certainly took your time getting here!
    你真是姗姗来迟啊!
    take time ˈout • to spend some time away from your usual work or activity in order to rest or do sth else instead • 抽出时间(暂停工作或活动);忙里偷闲:
    »She is taking time out from her music career for a year.
    她将抽出一年的时间,暂不从事音乐事业。
    --› note at break ˌtime after ˈtime | ˌtime and (ˌtime) aˈgain • often; on many or all occasions • 一次又一次;一再;屡屡;总是:
    »You will get a perfect result time after time if you follow these instructions.
    如果你遵循这些用法说明,每次都会得到最佳的效果。
    time and a ˈhalf • one and a half times the usual rate of pay • 通常工资的一倍半 --› see also double time time ˈflies •(saying) time seems to pass very quickly • 时间过得真快;光阴似箭;时光飞逝:
    »How time flies! Iˈve got to go now.
    时间过得真快!现在我得走了。
    »Time has flown since the holiday began.
    假日一开始,时间就过得飞快。
    【ORIGIN】This phrase is a translation of the Latin ˈtempus fugitˈ. • 此短语译自拉丁文 tempus fugit。 time is ˈmoney •(saying) time is valuable, and should not be wasted • 时间就是金钱;一寸光阴一寸金 time is on your ˈside • used to say that sb can wait for sth to happen or can wait before doing sth • 有的是时间(等待某事发生或做某事) (the) next, first, second, etc. time ˈround • on the next, first, etc. occasion that the same thing happens • 同样的事情下次(或第一次等)发生时:
    »He repeated none of the errors heˈd made first time round.
    他没有重复过首次所犯下的任何错误。
    »This time round it was not so easy.
    这一次这事可就不那么容易了。
    time ˈwas (when)... •(old-fashioned) used to say that sth used to happen in the past • 曾经有那么个时候…;那年头… time (alone) will ˈtell | only time will ˈtell • (saying) used to say that you will have to wait for some time to find out the result of a situation • (只有)时间会证明:
    »Only time will tell if the treatment has been successful.
    只有时间才能证明这种疗法是否成功。
    the whole ˈtime = all the time --› more at beat v., bide, borrow, buy v., call v., course n., day, devil, easy adj., first det., forth, fullness, gain v., give v., hard adj., high adj., kill v., long adj., lost, luck n., mark v., matter n., move v., nick n., old, once adv., pass v., race n., sign n., stitch n., sweet adj., thin adj., third ordinal number
    --› more at whale verb ›› ARRANGE TIME 安排时间 1. [often passive] to arrange to do sth or arrange for sth to happen at a particular time • 为…安排时间;选择…的时机: ▪ [VN]
    »She timed her arrival for shortly after 3.
    她定在 3 点钟刚过到达。
    »Their request was badly timed (= it was made at the wrong time).
    他们的要求提得不合时宜。
    »ˈI hope weˈre not too early.ˈ ˈYou couldnˈt have timed it better!ˈ
    "我希望我们没有到得太早。" "你们来的时间再合适不过了。"
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »Publication of his biography was timed to coincide with his 70th birthday celebrations.
    他的自传特别安排在他的 70 寿诞庆典时出版。
    ›› MEASURE TIME 计量时间 2. to measure how long it takes for sth to happen or for sb to do sth • 计时;测定…所需的时间: ▪ [VN]
    »The winner was timed at 20.4 seconds.
    获胜者用的时间为 20.4 秒。
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »Time how long it takes you to answer the questions.
    记一下自己回答这些问题所需的时间。
    ›› IN SPORT 体育运动 3. [VN] to hit or kick a ball at a particular moment in a sports game • 在某一时刻击球(或踢球):
    »She timed the pass perfectly.
    她传球的时机掌握得恰到好处。
    »a beautifully timed shot
    --› see also ill-timed, mistime, timing, well timed
    * * *
    [taim]
    n. 時間, 時侯, 時機, 節拍, 期限, 次數, 時期, 比賽限時
    vt. 安排...的時間, 記錄...的時間, 計時, 定時
    vi. 打拍子, (...)合拍
    adj. 時間的, 記時的, 定時的, 定期的, 分期的
    n. DOS命令﹕顯示並允許改變系統時間

    English-Chinese dictionary > time

  • 13 half

    half half noun (pl. halves) 1. either of two equal parts into which sth is or can be divided • 一半;半:
    »two and a half kilos (2½)
    »One and a half hours are allowed for the exam.
    考试时间为一个半小时。
    »An hour and a half is allowed for the exam.
    考试时间为一个半小时。
    »The second half of the book is more exciting.
    书的后半部份比较刺激有趣。
    »Iˈve divided the money in half.
    我把钱平均分成了两半。
    »Weˈll need to reduce the weight by half.
    我们得把重量减轻一半。
    --› see also halve 2. either of two periods of time into which a sports game, concert, etc. is divided • (比赛、音乐会等的)半场,半局:
    »No goals were scored in the first half.
    上半场没有得分。
    3. = halfback --› see also centre half, scrum half 4. ( BrE, informal) half a pint of beer or a similar drink • (啤酒等饮料的)半品脱:
    »Two halves of bitter, please.
    请来两份半品脱的苦啤酒。
    【IDIOMS】 and a ˈhalf •(informal) bigger, better, more important, etc. than usual • 更大(或好、重要等)的;非同寻常的;出色的:
    »That was a game and a half!
    那场比赛真棒!
    do nothing / not do anything by ˈhalves • to do whatever you do completely and thoroughly • 做任何事情都完全彻底;善始善终;不半途而废:
    »Youˈre expecting twins? Well, you never did do anything by halves.
    你想生对双胞胎?唔,你做事倒从来不会只做一半。
    go half and ˈhalf | go ˈhalves (with sb) • to share the cost of sth equally with sb • (和某人)平均分摊费用:
    »We go halves on all the bills.
    我们平均分摊所有的费用。
    the ˈhalf of it • used in negative sentences to say that a situation is worse or more complicated than sb thinks • (用于否定句)比想像的更糟糕(或更复杂)的部份:
    »ˈIt sounds very difficult.ˈ ˈ You donˈt know the half of it.ˈ
    "这事听起来很难。" "你还未了解更困难的一面呢。"
    how the other half ˈlives • the way of life of a different social group, especially one much richer than you • 另一类人的生活方式(尤指比自己富有得多的) too clever, etc. by ˈhalf ( BrE, informal, disapproving) • clever, etc. in a way that annoys you or makes you suspicious • 聪明(等)过头 --› more at mind n., six, time n. det. ,pron. 1. an amount equal to half of sth / sb • 半数:
    »half an hour
    »Half (of) the fruit was bad.
    水果坏了一半。
    »Half of the money was mine.
    那些钱有一半是我的。
    »He has a half share in the company.
    他拥有该公司的一半股份。
    »Out of 36 candidates, half passed.
    * 36 名考生中有半数及格。
    2. half the time, fun, trouble, etc. the largest part of sth • 绝大部份(时间、乐趣、麻烦等):
    »Half the fun of gardening is never knowing exactly whatˈs going to come up.
    园艺的最大乐趣是谁也不知道到底会长出什么。
    »Half the time you donˈt even listen to what I say.
    你大部份时间甚至没听我说的话。
    half a ˌloaf is better than no ˈbread •(saying) you should be grateful for sth, even if it is not as good, much, etc. as you really wanted; something is better than nothing • 半块麪包比没有麪包强;聊胜于无 half a ˈminute, ˈsecond, etc. •(informal) a short time • 短时间;一会儿:
    »Hang on. Iˈll be ready in half a minute.
    等一下。我马上就准备好了。
    half past ˈone, ˈtwo, etc. (US also half after ˈone, ˈtwo, etc.) (also BrE informal half ˈone, ˈtwo, etc.) • 30 minutes after any hour on the clock • 一点(或两点)半等 adv. 1. to the extent of half • 到一半程度;半:
    »The glass was half full.
    玻璃杯半满。
    2. partly • 部份地:
    »The chicken was only half cooked.
    鸡只煮了半熟。
    »half-closed eyes
    »Iˈm half inclined to agree.
    我不十分同意。
    ˌhalf as ˌmany, ˌmuch, etc. aˈgain ( BrE) (US half aˈgain as much) • an increase of 50% of the existing number or amount • * 50% 的增长:
    »Spending on health is half as much again as it was in 1998.
    衞生保健方面的开销比 1998 年增长了一半。
    ˌnot ˈhalf • ( BrE, informal) used to emphasize a statement or an opinion • 很;非常:
    »It wasnˈt half good (= it was very good).
    这很好。
    »ˈWas she annoyed?ˈ ˈNot half!ˈ (= she was extremely annoyed)
    "她生气了吗?" "非常生气!"
    not ˈhalf as | not ˈhalf such a • not nearly • 远非;差得多:
    »He is not half such a fool as they think.
    他远不是他们以为的那么傻。
    not half ˈbad •(informal) (used to show surprise 表示吃惊) not bad at all; good • 一点不坏;很好:
    »It really isnˈt half bad, is it?
    这的确很不错,对吗?
    * * *
    [hɑ:f]
    n. 一半, 半時, (球賽)半場, 半學年
    adj. 一半的, 不完全的, 半途的
    adv. 一半地, 部份地, 相當的

    English-Chinese dictionary > half

  • 14 on the spur of the moment

    adv. 一時衝動地, 立刻

    English-Chinese dictionary > on the spur of the moment

  • 15 outlet pass

    快攻第一傳
    半場進攻時向外圍傳球

    English-Chinese dictionary > outlet pass

  • 16 section of train

    按照同一時刻表運行的列車的一部份(例如第X列車的第一 ﹑ 第二部份)

    English-Chinese dictionary > section of train

  • 17 sesquihora

    [ˏseskwi'hɔrә]
    一(小)時半

    English-Chinese dictionary > sesquihora

  • 18 synchronization

    [ˏsiŋkrәnai'zeiʃәn]
    n. 同一時刻
    n. 同步

    English-Chinese dictionary > synchronization

  • 19 work against the clock

    v. 搶在某一時刻前完成工作

    English-Chinese dictionary > work against the clock

  • 20 instant

    ['instənt] 1. adjective
    1) (immediate: Anyone disobeying these rules will face instant dismissal; His latest play was an instant success.) 立即的
    2) ((of food etc) able to be prepared etc almost immediately: instant coffee/potato.) 速溶的;即食的
    2. noun
    1) (a point in time: He climbed into bed and at that instant the telephone rang; He came the instant (that) he heard the news.) (某一)時刻
    2) (a moment or very short time: It all happened in an instant; I'll be there in an instant.) 瞬息
    - this instant

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > instant

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  • 一時半刻 — (一時半刻, 一时半刻) 指極短的時間。 元 范居中 《金殿喜重重‧貨郎兒》套曲: “纔離了一時半刻, 恰便似三暑十霜。” 元 王實甫 《西廂記》第四本第三摺: “有心待與他舉案齊眉, 雖然是廝守得一時半刻, 也合着俺夫妻每共桌而食, 眼底空留意。” 《紅樓夢》第三二回: “你這麼個明白人, 怎麼一時半刻的就不會體諒人?” 丁玲 《杜晚香‧作媳婦》: “ 晚香 一時半刻是不能深刻體會老人們的心意的。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一時半刻 — (一时半刻, 一時半刻) yī shí bàn kè 【典故】 指很短的时间。 …   Chinese idioms dictionary

  • 一時半刻 — 拼音:yi shi2 ban4 ke4 一下子、 突然。 指極短的時間。 元·王實甫·西廂記·第四本·第三折: “雖然是廝守得一時半刻, 也合著俺夫妻們共桌而食。” 紅樓夢·第三十二回: “你這麼個明白人, 怎麼一時半刻的就不會體諒人情?” 亦作“一時半霎”。 …   Taiwan traditional national language dictionary

  • 一时半刻 — (一時半刻, 一时半刻) 指極短的時間。 元 范居中 《金殿喜重重‧貨郎兒》套曲: “纔離了一時半刻, 恰便似三暑十霜。” 元 王實甫 《西廂記》第四本第三摺: “有心待與他舉案齊眉, 雖然是廝守得一時半刻, 也合着俺夫妻每共桌而食, 眼底空留意。” 《紅樓夢》第三二回: “你這麼個明白人, 怎麼一時半刻的就不會體諒人?” 丁玲 《杜晚香‧作媳婦》: “ 晚香 一時半刻是不能深刻體會老人們的心意的。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一時三刻 — (一時三刻, 一时三刻) 同“一時半刻”。 清 李漁 《凰求鳳‧夥媒》: “機緣湊, 把愁腸暫丟, 便難成, 也一時三刻展眉頭。” 孔厥 袁靜 《新兒女英雄傳》第四回: “你出來不出來?一時三刻就把你燒成黑炭了!” 張賢華 《小鎮的墟天》一: “你看, 小崔子 才出窩, 一時三刻不會有人來, 你先進屋來歇息, 喝口早茶吧。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一时半刻 — (一时半刻, 一時半刻) yī shí bàn kè 【典故】 指很短的时间。 …   Chinese idioms dictionary

  • 一時半晌 — (一時半晌, 一时半晌) 猶一時半刻。 元 高文秀 《遇上皇》第一摺: “人生死則在一時半晌。 你教我斷了金波綠釀, 卻不等閒的虛度時光。” 《紅樓夢》第七三回: “我只說他悄悄的拿了出去, 不過一時半晌, 仍舊悄悄的放在裏頭, 誰知他就忘了。” 管樺 《清風店》一: “瞧他的神情, 聽他的聲音, 看得出, 他盼望這份統計表, 絕不是一時半晌的了。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一時半會兒 — (一時半會兒, 一时半会儿) 猶一時半刻。 老舍 《駱駝祥子》一: “謠言已經有十來天了, 東西已都漲了價, 可是戰事似乎還在老遠, 一時半會兒不會打到 北平 來。” 高玉寶 《高玉皇》第十三章: “你也不用急, 鬼子又不知道你住在哪, 一時半會兒是查不出來的。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一時半霎 — (一時半霎, 一时半霎) 猶一時半刻。 元 鄭光祖 《倩女離魂》第二摺: “我覷這萬水千山, 都只在一時半霎。” 元 喬吉 《金錢記》第一摺: “若得來說幾句兒多情話, 則您那嬌臉兒咱根前一時半霎, 便死也甘心罷。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

  • 一時半霎 — 拼音:yi shi2 ban4 sha4 一下子、 突然。 指極短的時間。 元·鄭光祖·梅香·第二折: “此事成與不成, 小生之命, 則在一時半霎。” 金瓶梅·第六十二回: “寧可教我西門慶死了, 眼不見就罷了。 到明日一時半霎想起來, 你教我怎不心疼?” 亦作“一時半刻”。 …   Taiwan traditional national language dictionary

  • 一时三刻 — (一時三刻, 一时三刻) 同“一時半刻”。 清 李漁 《凰求鳳‧夥媒》: “機緣湊, 把愁腸暫丟, 便難成, 也一時三刻展眉頭。” 孔厥 袁靜 《新兒女英雄傳》第四回: “你出來不出來?一時三刻就把你燒成黑炭了!” 張賢華 《小鎮的墟天》一: “你看, 小崔子 才出窩, 一時三刻不會有人來, 你先進屋來歇息, 喝口早茶吧。” …   Big Chineese Encyclopedy

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