無稽的 的英文怎麼說

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無稽的 英文
  • : 無Ⅰ動詞(沒有) not have; there is not; be without Ⅱ名詞1 (沒有) nothing; nil 2 (姓氏) a surn...
  • : 稽構詞成分。
  • : 4次方是 The fourth power of 2 is direction
  • 無稽 : unfounded; fantastic; absurd
  1. Mr bloom and stephen entered the cabman s shelter, an unpretentious wooden structure, where, prior to then, he had rarely, if ever, been before ; the former having previously whispered to the latter a few hints anent the keeper of it, said to be the once famous skin - the - goat, fitzharris, the invincible, though he wouldn t vouch for the actual facts, which quite possibly there was not one vestige of truth in

    布盧姆先生和斯蒂芬走進了馬車夫棚,那是一座簡陋木結構房屋,以前他輕易下曾進去過。關于那裡老闆-一那位一度以「剝山羊皮」 40聞名,也就是說, 「常勝軍」菲茨哈里斯-他事先悄悄地對斯蒂芬講了幾句。當然,老闆本人並不承認確有其事,而且很可能完全是之談。
  2. As to saying the schoolgirl learns this meeting to be bullied is eyewash then, learn to be no problem well

  3. It was all hokum, but the public loved the dare

  4. Such snags make rome iii “ laughably idiotic ? a recipe for increasing costs ”, according to john cornwell, a london lawyer

    倫敦律師約翰-康韋爾認為,這些問題使得「羅馬三號」 「成為了荒謬可笑之談,只不過是可以多花些冤枉錢好辦法。 」
  5. O, you peerless mummer

  6. These objections are nonsensical.

  7. He regards many beliefs of that sort as idle superstitions.

  8. The "chatty" description is quite useless.

  9. Jesus shows that this explanation is absurd

    (路11 , 15 )耶穌告訴他們這說法是無稽的
  10. Now she saw the screaming absurdity of her dreams

  11. There is nothing so absurd or ridiculous that has not at some time been said by some philosophers

  12. This is how one historian, soaked with the fantastic political ideals of our times, is pleased to write of this evil expedition.

  13. Astronomers no longer regard fanciful the idea that they may one day pick up signals which have been sent by intelligent beings.

  14. Pierre said, laughing, that it was all nonsense, for he had just come from the rostovs

  15. In china, i didn ' t have many chances to hear the gospel and even if i did, my parents would tell me it ' s just preposterous superstition

  16. I ' m a rational man, i can ' t accept such ridiculous thing ! kill her

  17. Vergil : why didn ' t you kill her ? perhaps because she ' s your daughter ? did some pesky fatherly love get in your way

  18. Someone says animals are different from human beings, so we can kill them at our will, i have heard a more ridiculous lie than this one

  19. Though i know it must be a scandalous falsehood, though i would not injure him so much as to suppose the truth of it possible, i instantly resolved on setting off for this place, that i might make my sentiments known to you.

    雖然我明知這是無稽的流言,雖然我不會那樣看不起他,相信他真會有這種事情,我還是當機立斷,決定上這兒來一次,把我意思說給你聽。 」
  20. Like all the cottagers in blackmoor vale, tess was steeped in fancies and prefigurative superstitions ; she thought this an ill omen - the first she had noticed that day. the van travelled only so far as shaston, and there were several miles of pedestrian descent from that mountain town into the vale to marlott