go down the steps to meet中文意思是什麼
go down the steps to meet解釋下階相迎
- go: GO ＝ General Orders 【軍事】一般命令；衛兵守則。vi （went; gone; 第二人稱單數現在式〈古語〉 goes...
- down: adv （downmost）1 向下（面）；下，降；在下（面）。 come down 下來；下（樓）來；（雨等）落下。 The...
- the: 〈代表用法〉…那樣的東西，…那種東西。1 〈用單數普通名詞代表它的一類時（所謂代表的單數）〉 （a） 〈...
- steps: 步伐
- to: adv 到某種狀態；〈特指〉到停止狀態；關閉。 ★也常和動詞結合，略去其後賓語，而構成成語： The door i...
- meet: vt （met ） 1 遇見，碰上，擦過，相遇。2 迎接，出迎；會見，見面；面談。3 認識，初次會見。4 面臨；...
She found it advisable to go with edgar atheling to meet william and offer him the crown.
Metallurgists have long sought to sit down at a computer, key in the elemental formulation for a new alloy, see how it works on the screen and then go into the lab to mix up a batch
I took my way straight for the east coast of the island, for i was determined to go down the sea side of the spit to avoid all chance of observation from the anchorage
Franz had remained for nearly a quarter of an hour perfectly hidden by the shadow of the vast column at whose base he had found a resting - place, and from whence his eyes followed the motions of albert and his guides, who, holding torches in their hands, had emerged from a vomitarium at the opposite extremity of the colosseum, and then again disappeared down the steps conducting to the seats reserved for the vestal virgins, resembling, as they glided along, some restless shades following the flickering glare of so many ignes - fatui. all at once his ear caught a sound resembling that of a stone rolling down the staircase opposite the one by which he had himself ascended. there was nothing remarkable in the circumstance of a fragment of granite giving way and falling heavily below ; but it seemed to him that the substance that fell gave way beneath the pressure of a foot, and also that some one, who endeavored as much as possible to prevent his footsteps from being heard, was approaching the spot where he sat
He put his cocked hat on, with the flat side foremost, took his gloves in his hand, and going sideways with difficulty down the steps, took in his hand the report, that had been prepared to give the tsar