• 基礎釋義
  • 例句
  • 同義詞解析
  • 四級真題
  • 六級真題
  • 柯林斯詞典釋義
  • 英漢詞典釋義
  • 英英詞典釋義
  • 行業詞典釋義
例句
同義詞解析
  • 以下這些名詞均包含 "時期,時代" 的意思
    age :常指具有顯著特征或以某杰出人物命名的歷史時代或時期。
    epoch :正式用詞,側重指以某重大事件或巨大變化為起點的新的歷史時期。
    era :書面語用詞,指歷史上的紀元、年代,可與epoch和age互換,側重時期的延續性和整個歷程。
    period :最普通用詞,概念廣泛,時間長短不限,既可指任何一個歷史時期,又可指個人或自然界的一個發展階段。
    times :側重某一特定時期。
英語四級真題
    They don't have time to read a chapter three or four times.
    出自-2014年6月聽力原文
    Hard times breed hard feelings
    出自-2013年6月閱讀原文
    Times change, and corporations change with them.
    出自-2013年6月閱讀原文
英語六級真題
    in one study, people who were instructed to think about money before entering a cafe spent less times chatting with the other patrons and more time working.
    出自-2014年6月聽力原文
    It is no longer important in modern times
    出自-2013年6月閱讀原文
    Why do consumers, businesses and investors retreat and panic in times of depression?
    出自-2013年6月閱讀原文
柯林斯高階英漢雙解學習詞典釋義
  • N-UNCOUNT
    時間
    Time is what we measure in minutes, hours, days, and years.
    例句
    ...a two-week period of time... 兩周的時間 Time passed, and still Ma did not appear... 時間一點點過去,馬先生仍然沒有出現。
  • N-SING
    時刻;時候;鐘點
    You use time to ask or talk about a specific point in the day, which can be stated in hours and minutes and is shown on clocks.
    例句
    'What time is it?' — 'Eight o'clock.'... “幾點鐘了?”——“8點鐘。” He asked me the time... 他問我幾點了。
  • N-COUNT
    規定時間
    The time when something happens is the point in the day when it happens or is supposed to happen.
    例句
    Departure times are 08:15 from St Quay, and 18:15 from St Helier. 從圣奎伊的出發時間是 8 點 15 分,從圣赫利爾的出發時間是 18 點 15 分。
  • N-UNCOUNT
    (某一時區的)時間
    You use time to refer to the system of expressing time and counting hours that is used in a particular part of the world.
    例句
    The tidal predictions are expressed in Greenwich Mean Time. Add one hour for British Summer Time... 潮汐預報用的是格林尼治標準時間。英國夏令時要在標準時基礎上加一小時。 The incident happened just after ten o'clock local time. 事件發生在當地時間 10 點剛過。
  • N-UNCOUNT
    (用來做某事或某事發生的)時間
    You use time to refer to the period that you spend doing something or when something has been happening.
    例句
    Adam spent a lot of time in his grandfather's office... 亞當經常呆在他祖父的辦公室里。 He wouldn't have the time or money to take care of me... 他既不會有時間也不會有錢來照顧我。
  • N-SING
    (相當長的)一段時間
    If you say that something has been happening for a time, you mean that it has been happening for a fairly long period of time.
    例句
    He was also for a time the art critic of 'The Scotsman'... 有相當長的一段時間他為《蘇格蘭人》報撰寫藝術評論。 He stayed for quite a time... 他呆了相當長的一段時間。
  • N-COUNT
    (某事發生的)一段(或特定)時間
    You use time to refer to a period of time or a point in time, when you are describing what is happening then. For example, if something happened at a particular time, that is when it happened. If it happens at all times, it always happens.
    例句
    We were in the same college, which was male-only at that time... 我們那時在同一所學院,當時只招男生。 By this time he was thirty... 到那時他 30 歲了。
  • N-COUNT
    歷史時期;時代
    You use time or times to talk about a particular period in history or in your life.
    例句
    They were hard times and his parents had been struggling to raise their family... 那是段艱苦時期,他父母一直艱辛地養家糊口。 We'll be alone together, quite like old times... 我們會單獨在一起,就像過去那樣。
  • N-PLURAL
    當代;時代潮流
    You can use the times to refer to the present time and to modern fashions, tastes, and developments. For example, if you say that someone keeps up with the times, you mean they are fashionable or aware of modern developments. If you say they are behind the times, you mean they are unfashionable or not aware of them.
    例句
    He is unafraid to move with the times... 他敢于與時俱進。 This approach is now seriously out of step with the times... 這種方法如今與時代潮流嚴重脫節。
  • N-COUNT
    (經歷的)一段時間,時期
    When you describe the time that you had on a particular occasion or during a particular part of your life, you are describing the sort of experience that you had then.
    例句
    Sarah and I had a great time while the kids were away... 孩子們不在的時候,我和薩拉度過了一段美好時光。 She's had a really tough time the last year and a half... 這一年半以來,她度過了一段非常艱難的時期。
  • N-SING
    生命(期);期限;時限
    Your time is the amount of time that you have to live, or to do a particular thing.
    例句
    Now Martin has begun to suffer the effects of AIDS, and he says his time is running out... 現在馬丁開始遭受艾滋病的折磨,他說他的生命就要走到盡頭。 Every administration has its time. And when your time is over, you leave... 每屆政府都有其執政期限,任期屆滿時就得下臺。
  • N-UNCOUNT
    (從事特定活動的)合適時候
    If you say it is time for something, time to do something, or time you did something, you mean that this thing ought to happen or be done now.
    例句
    Opinion polls indicated a feeling among the public that it was time for a change... 民意測驗表明,公眾認為到了改革的時候了。 It was time for him to go to work... 他該去上班了。
  • N-COUNT
    次;回
    When you talk about a time when something happens, you are referring to a specific occasion when it happens.
    例句
    Every time she travels on the bus it's delayed by at least three hours... 每次她乘公車出行都至少耽擱3個小時。 The last time I saw her was about sixteen years ago... 我上次見她大約是 16 年前了。
  • N-COUNT
    You use time after numbers to say how often something happens.
    例句
    It was her job to make tea three times a day... 她的差事就是每天沏3次茶。 How many times has your mother told you never to talk to strangers?... 你母親告訴你多少次了,絕不能和陌生人談話?
  • N-PLURAL
    You use times after numbers when comparing one thing to another and saying, for example, how much bigger, smaller, better, or worse it is.
    例句
    Its profits are rising four times faster than the average company... 它的利潤增長速度比一般公司快4倍。 Young people were several times more likely to be out of work than older members of the workforce... 勞動人口中,年輕人失業的可能性是年長者的好幾倍。
  • CONJ-COORD
    乘以
    You use times in arithmetic to link numbers or amounts that are multiplied together to reach a total.
    例句
    Four times six is 24. 4 乘以 6 等于 24。
  • N-COUNT
    (賽跑等)所用時間,成績
    Someone's time in a race is the amount of time it takes them to finish the race.
    例句
    He was over a second faster than his previous best time... 他比自己以前的最好成績快了 1 秒多。 She recorded a time of two minutes 8.74 seconds. 她以兩分 8 秒 74 的成績創了紀錄。
  • N-UNCOUNT
    拍子;節拍
    The time of a piece of music is the number of beats that the piece has in each bar.
    例句
    A reel is in four-four time, and a jig is in six-eight time. 里爾舞曲是四四拍,吉格舞曲是六八拍。
  • VERB
    給…確定時間;為…安排時間
    If you time something for a particular time, you plan or decide to do it or cause it to happen at this time.
    例句
    He timed the election to coincide with new measures to boost the economy... 他把選舉安排在振興經濟的新政策出臺時。 We had timed our visit for March 7... 我們把訪問時間確定在3月7日。
  • VERB
    測定…所花時間
    If you time an action or activity, you measure how long someone takes to do it or how long it lasts.
    例句
    He timed each performance with a stop-watch. 他用秒表測定每組動作所花的時間。
  • PHRASE
    該是…的時候了;早該…了
    If you say it is about time that something was done, you are saying in an emphatic way that it should happen or be done now, and really should have happened or been done sooner.
    例句
    It's about time a few movie makers with original ideas were given a chance... 該給為數不多的幾個有創見的電影制作者一個機會了。 'Here she is.' — 'About time too.' “她來了。”——“也早該來了。”
  • PHRASE
    提前;預先
    If you do something ahead of time, you do it before a particular event or before you need to, in order to be well prepared.
    例句
    Find out ahead of time what regulations apply to your situation. 提前搞清楚什么規章適用于你的情況。
  • PHRASE
    (思想)先進,領先于時代
    If someone is ahead of their time or before their time, they have new ideas a long time before other people start to think in the same way.
    例句
    My mother was ahead of her time. She surrounded me with culture and art. 我母親思想前衛,給予了我文化和藝術的熏陶。 His only fundamental mistake, he insists, is that he was 20 years before his time. 他堅持認為,他僅有的根本性錯誤是他比時代超前了20年。
  • PHRASE
    一直;始終
    If something happens or is done all the time, it happens or is done continually.
    例句
    We can't be together all the time... 我們不能始終在一起。 I get the two of them mixed up all the time, they're so similar. 我一直把他們倆弄混,他倆太像了。
  • PHRASE
    一次;每次
    You say at a time after an amount to say how many things or how much of something is involved in one action, place, or group.
    例句
    Beat in the eggs, one at a time... 打入雞蛋,一次一個。 She ran for the staircase and down the steps, taking them two at a time... 她跑向樓梯,一步兩級地奔下臺階。
  • PHRASE
    隨時;任何時候
    If something could happen at any time, it is possible that it will happen very soon, though nobody can predict exactly when.
    例句
    Conditions are still very tense and the fighting could escalate at any time. 局勢仍然非常緊張,戰斗隨時可能升級。
  • PHRASE
    即使在最好的情況下
    You say at the best of times when you are making a negative or critical comment to emphasize that it is true even when the circumstances are as favourable as possible.
    例句
    A trade war would be bad at the best of times, but in the current economic climate, it would be a disaster. 即使在情況最好的時候貿易戰都是有害無利的,而在當前這種經濟形勢下只會是一場災難。
  • PHRASE
    一度;曾經
    If you say that something was the case at one time, you mean that it was the case during a particular period in the past.
    例句
    At one time 400 men, women and children lived in the village. 曾經有 400 個男人、女人和孩子居住在村子里。 ...enormous glaciers, which at one time covered vast areas of the northern hemisphere. 一度覆蓋了北半球遼闊區域的巨大冰川
  • PHRASE
    同時
    If two or more things exist, happen, or are true at the same time, they exist, happen, or are true together although they seem to contradict each other.
    例句
    I was afraid of her, but at the same time I really liked her... 我害怕她,但同時也確實喜歡她。 She was somehow able to look sad and cheerful at the same time. 她能夠做出又悲又喜的神情。
  • PHRASE
    然而;不過
    At the same time is used to introduce a statement that slightly changes or contradicts the previous statement.
    例句
    I don't think I set out to come up with a different sound for each album. At the same time, I do have a sense of what is right for the moment. 我不覺得我一開始就特意為每張專輯設定了不同的曲風。然而,我確實知道當時想要的是什么感覺。
  • PHRASE
    有時;間或
    You use at times to say that something happens or is true on some occasions or at some moments.
    例句
    The debate was highly emotional at times... 辯論有時變得異常情緒化。 At times she had an overwhelming desire to see him... 她有時會特別想見他。
  • PHRASE
    在…出生以前;在…有記憶前
    If you say that something was before your time, you mean that it happened or existed before you were born or before you were able to know about it or remember it.
    例句
    'You've never seen the Marilyn Monroe film?' — 'No, I think it was a bit before my time.' “你從來沒看過瑪麗蓮·夢露演的電影?”——“是的,她拍電影時我還不記事呢。”
  • PHRASE
    過早
    If someone has reached a particular stage in life before their time, they have reached it at a younger age than is normal.
    例句
    The small print has forced me, years before my time, to buy spectacles... 印刷文字過小迫使我早早就要買眼鏡戴。 There is nothing like a college town to make you feel old before your time. 沒有哪個地方能像大學城那樣讓你感到未老先衰。
  • PHRASE
    早該發生;早該如此
    If you say not before time after a statement has been made about something that has been done, you are saying in an emphatic way that you think it should have been done sooner.
    例句
    The virus is getting more and more attention, and not before time... 這種病毒正受到越來越多的關注,其實早該如此。 Not before time, that is about to change. 那一切總算要變了。
  • PHRASE
    結束
    If you call time on something, you end it.
    例句
    Scott Hastings has called time on his international career by cutting short his contract. 斯科特·黑斯廷斯中止合同,結束了他的國際比賽生涯。
  • PHRASE
    坐牢;服刑
    Someone who is doing time is in prison.
    例句
    He is serving 11 years for robbery, and did time for a similar offence before that. 他因犯搶劫罪正在服11年的刑期,此前他也曾因類似罪行蹲過監獄。
  • PHRASE
    永遠
    If you say that something will be the case for all time, you mean that it will always be the case.
    例句
    The desperate condition of the world is that madness has always been here, and that it will remain so for all time. 這個世界令人絕望的是,瘋狂之事一直存在,而且將永遠存在下去。
  • PHRASE
    目前;暫時
    If something is the case or will happen for the time being, it is the case or will happen now, but only until something else becomes possible or happens.
    例句
    For the time being, however, immunotherapy is still in its experimental stages... 但免疫療法目前仍處于實驗階段。 The situation is calm for the time being. 局勢暫時穩定。
  • PHRASE
    不時地;間或;偶爾
    If you do something from time to time, you do it occasionally but not regularly.
    例句
    Her daughters visited him from time to time when he was ill. 他生病的時候她的女兒們時常去探望他。
  • PHRASE
    常常;幾乎總是
    If you say that something is the case half the time you mean that it often is the case.
    例句
    Half the time, I don't have the slightest idea what he's talking about. 我經常一點兒都聽不懂他在說什么。
  • PHRASE
    不喜歡/喜歡;不贊成/贊成
    If you say that you have no time for a person or thing, you mean you do not like them or approve of them, and if you say that you have a lot of time for a person or thing, you mean you like them or approve of them very much.
    例句
    When I think of what he's done to my mother and me, I've just got no time for him... 想到他對母親和我所做的一切,我就很討厭他。 I have got a lot of time for people who are prepared to put the welfare of their party above their own vanity. 我很欽佩那些不計個人名利,以政黨的利益為重的人。
  • PHRASE
    (早)該…了;是時候…了
    If you say that it is high time that something happened or was done, you are saying in an emphatic way that it should happen or be done now, and really should have happened or been done sooner.
    例句
    It is high time the Government displayed a more humanitarian approach towards victims of the recession... 政府早該對受到經濟衰退影響的人們采取更加人性化的救助措施。 It is high time to consider the problem on a global scale. 早該從全球視角考慮問題了。
  • PHRASE
    及時;不遲
    If you are in time for a particular event, you are not too late for it.
    例句
    I arrived just in time for my flight to London... 我及時趕上了飛往倫敦的航班。 She set the alarm so she'd wake up in time to give her two sons their medication. 她定了鬧鐘,以便及時醒來給兩個兒子服藥。
  • PHRASE
    最終;遲早
    If you say that something will happen in time or given time, you mean that it will happen eventually, when a lot of time has passed.
    例句
    He would sort out his own problems, in time... 他早晚會解決自己的問題。 Tina believed that, given time, her business would become profitable. 蒂娜相信假以時日,她的生意一定會盈利。
  • PHRASE
    合拍/不合拍
    If you are playing, singing, or dancing in time with a piece of music, you are following the rhythm and speed of the music correctly. If you are out of time with it, you are not following the rhythm and speed of the music correctly.
    例句
    Her body swayed in time with the music... 她的身體隨著音樂節拍擺動。 We were standing onstage playing completely out of time. 我們站在舞臺上,演奏得完全不合節拍。
  • PHRASE
    在…之后
    If you say that something will happen, for example, in a week's time or in two years' time, you mean that it will happen a week from now or two years from now.
    例句
    Presidential elections are due to be held in ten days' time... 總統競選將在10天后如期舉行。 In a year's time we will all be laughing about it. 一年以后我們都會對此一笑置之。
  • PHRASE
    提早,提前(到達)
    If you arrive somewhere in good time, you arrive early so that there is time to spare before a particular event.
    例句
    If we're out, we always make sure we're home in good time for the programme. 如果外出,我們總是確保在節目開始之前趕回家。
  • PHRASE
    慢慢來;別急;來得及
    If you tell someone that something will happen in good time or all in good time, you are telling them to be patient because it will happen eventually.
    例句
    There will be many advanced exercises that you won't be able to do at first. You will get to them in good time... 有許多難度較大的動作你起初不會做,但慢慢就會了。 'I can't wait to be grown up.' — 'All in good time.' “我等不及要長大了。”——“別急,你總會長大的。”
  • PHRASE
    立刻;馬上
    If something happens in no time or in next to no time, it happens almost immediately or very quickly.
    例句
    He's going to be just fine. At his age he'll heal in no time... 他會好起來的。以他的年紀,他很快就會痊愈。 He expects to be out of prison in next to no time. 他期盼著立即出獄。
  • PHRASE
    從容地;不慌不忙地
    If you do something in your own time, you do it at the speed that you choose, rather than allowing anyone to hurry you.
    例句
    Now, in your own time, tell me what happened. 現在慢慢告訴我發生了什么事。
  • PHRASE
    在業余時間;在空閑時間
    If you do something such as work in your own time in British English, or on your own time in American English, you do it in your free time rather than, for example, at work or school.
    例句
    If I choose to work on other projects in my own time, then I say that is my business. 如果我選擇在業余時間做其他項目,我認為那是我自己的事情。
  • PHRASE
    和著拍子;按節拍
    If you keep time when playing or singing music, you follow or play the beat, without going too fast or too slowly.
    例句
    As he sang he kept time on a small drum. 他邊唱邊和著節拍敲一個小鼓。
  • PHRASE
    (鐘表)走得準
    When you talk about how well a watch or clock keeps time, you are talking about how accurately it measures time.
    例句
    Some pulsars keep time better than the earth's most accurate clocks. 某些脈沖星發送脈沖比地球上最精確的時鐘都準時。
  • PHRASE
    騰出時間;留出時間
    If you make time for a particular activity or person, you arrange to have some free time so that you can do the activity or spend time with the person.
    例句
    Before leaving the city, be sure to make time for a shopping trip... 離開城市之前,一定要留出時間去買些東西。 She had made time for me in the midst of her busy schedule... 她在百忙中為我騰出了時間。
  • PHRASE
    (旅途)比預期的快
    If you say that you made good time on a journey, you mean it did not take you very long compared to the length of time you expected it to take.
    例句
    They had left early in the morning, on quiet roads, and made good time. 他們一大早出發,一路上人車稀少,走得比預期快多了。
  • PHRASE
    彌補過去損失的時間
    If someone is making up for lost time, they are doing something actively and with enthusiasm because they have not had the opportunity to do it before or when they were younger.
    例句
    Five years older than the majority of officers of his same rank, he was determined to make up for lost time. 他比同一級別的大多數軍官年長 5 歲,因此他決心積極努力來彌補過去損失的時間。
  • PHRASE
    消磨時光;等待時機
    If you are marking time, you are doing something that is not particularly useful or interesting while you wait for something more important or interesting to happen.
    例句
    He's really just marking time until he's old enough to leave. 他其實只是在消磨時光,等年齡一到就退休。
  • PHRASE
    十之八九;幾乎總是
    If you say that something happens or is the case nine times out of ten or ninety-nine times out of a hundred, you mean that it happens on nearly every occasion or is almost always the case.
    例句
    When they want something, nine times out of ten they get it... 他們想要什么,十之八九都會得到。 Ninety-nine times out of a hundred when parents say to their children 'I know how you feel', they are lying. 當父母對孩子們說“我知道你的感受”時,他們十有八九在撒謊。
  • PHRASE
    有史以來最…的;前所未有的;空前的
    If you say that someone or something is, for example, the best writer of all time, or the most successful film of all time, you mean that they are the best or most successful that there has ever been.
    例句
    'Monopoly' is one of the best-selling games of all time... “大富翁”是有史以來最暢銷的游戲之一。 This is my favourite song of all time. 這是我有史以來最喜愛的一首歌。
  • PHRASE
    準時;按時
    If you are on time, you are not late.
    例句
    Don't worry, she'll be on time... 別急,她會準時到的。 Their planes usually arrive on time. 他們的飛機通常都會準時抵達。
  • PHRASE
    遲早的事;只是時間問題
    If you say that it is only a matter of time or only a question of time before something happens, you mean that it cannot be avoided and will definitely happen at some future date.
    例句
    It now seems only a matter of time before they resign... 現在看來,他們辭職是早晚的事。 The doctors are confident he'll make a full recovery. It's just a question of time. 醫生們確信他會完全康復。這只是個時間問題。
  • PHRASE
    當今;目前
    When you refer to our time or our times you are referring to the present period in the history of the world.
    例句
    It would be wrong to say that the Church doesn't enter the great moral debates of our time. 要說教會問題不是當代社會道德爭論的一大議題,那就錯了。
  • PHRASE
    消遣;打發時間
    If you do something to pass the time you do it because you have some time available and not because you really want to do it.
    例句
    Without particular interest and just to pass the time, I read a story... 我讀了一篇故事,并非有什么特別的興趣,僅僅為了消遣。 During a lunch break, he and the buyer passed the time with some chitchat. 午飯休息時間,他與顧客談天閑聊以消磨時間。
  • PHRASE
    與…寒暄;與…打招呼
    If you pass the time of day with someone, you have a short friendly conversation with them.
    例句
    One or two people went up and passed the time of day with her... 一兩個人走過去和她打了招呼。 They can't even say 'good morning' or pass the time of day. 他們甚至不會說“早上好”或打聲招呼。
  • PHRASE
    (為爭取時間)故意拖延
    If you play for time, you try to make something happen more slowly, because you do not want it to happen or because you need time to think about what to do if it happens.
    例句
    The president's decision is being seen as an attempt to play for time. 總統的決定被視為試圖爭取時間而故意拖延。
  • PHRASE
    需要時間;耗時
    If you say that something will take time, you mean that it will take a long time.
    例句
    Change will come, but it will take time... 會有變化的,但這需要時間。 It takes time to build up intimacy. 建立親密關系是需要時間的。
  • PHRASE
    不著急;不慌忙;慢慢來
    If you take your time doing something, you do it quite slowly and do not hurry.
    例句
    'Take your time,' Cross told him. 'I'm in no hurry.' “慢慢來,”克羅斯對他說,“我一點都不急。” He took his time answering, knowing that he must select his words with great care. 他意識到自己必須言辭謹慎,于是不慌不忙地回答著問題。
  • PHRASE
    認時間;認鐘表
    If a child can tell the time, they are able to find out what the time is by looking at a clock or watch.
    例句
    My four-year-old daughter cannot quite tell the time. 我4歲大的女兒還不大會看表。
  • PHRASE
    反復地;屢次;一再
    If something happens time after time, it happens in a similar way on many occasions.
    例句
    Burns had escaped from jail time after time... 伯恩斯屢次越獄。 Time after time, I hear these stories of missing children on the news. 我不斷從新聞節目中聽到這些關于孩子失蹤的報道。
  • PHRASE
    時光飛逝
    If you say that time flies, you mean that it seems to pass very quickly.
    例句
    Time flies when you're having fun. 開心的時光總是飛逝而去。
  • PHRASE
    過得愉快;玩得高興
    If you have the time of your life, you enjoy yourself very much indeed.
    例句
    We're taking our little grandchild away with us. We'll make sure he has the time of his life... 我們會把小孫子帶走。我們一定會讓他過得開心。 For some it was awful, for others, particularly the young, it was the time of their lives. 對某些人來說,那糟透了;而對其他人,特別是年輕人來說,那是他們無比開心的日子。
  • PHRASE
    須趕快;須盡快
    If you say there is no time to lose or no time to be lost, you mean you must hurry as fast as you can to do something.
    例句
    He rushed home, realising there was no time to lose. 他意識到時間緊迫,于是急速趕回家。
  • PHRASE
    時間會驗證
    If you say that time will tell whether something is true or correct, you mean that it will not be known until some time in the future whether it is true or correct.
    例句
    Only time will tell whether Broughton's optimism is justified... 只有時間會驗證布勞頓的樂觀是否合理。 I can't see any problems, but time will tell. 我發現不了任何問題,但時間會驗證一切。
  • PHRASE
    立即;馬上
    If you waste no time in doing something, you take the opportunity to do it immediately or quickly.
    例句
    Tom wasted no time in telling me why he had come. 湯姆馬上告訴了我他來的原因。
英漢詞典釋義
  • n.
    倍(數)
    An object was magnified 200 times by the microscope. 這架顯微鏡能把物體放大二百倍。 Air pollution in the city had reached four times the acceptable levels. 這座城市的空氣污染程度曾高達可接受標準的四倍。
    總是;一直
    Our representatives are ready to help you at all times. 我們的代表隨時樂意幫助你。
    有時
    At times I wonder whether he’ll ever get a job. 有的時候我會想他到底能不能找到工作。
    落后于時代;過時;落伍
    You’re behind the times if you think a visit to the dentist has to be painful. 如果你還以為看牙很疼的話你就落伍了。
    與時俱進; 跟上時代
    In business it’s important to keep up with the times. 做生意重要的是跟上時代。 People’s tastes change with the times. 人們的口味隨著時代的變化而改變。
英英詞典釋義
  • Noun
    1. the circumstances and ideas of the present age;
    "behind the times""in times like these"
    2. an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division; the product of two numbers is computed;
    "the multiplication of four by three gives twelve""four times three equals twelve"
行業詞典
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