科洛夫 的英文怎麼說

中文拼音 [luò]
科洛夫 英文
  • : Ⅰ名詞1 (學術或業務的類別) a branch of academic or vocational study 2 (機關按工作性質而分設的單...
  • : 1. (洛陽的簡稱) short for luoyang2. (姓氏) a surname
  1. Kozlovskys face was careworn ; he too looked as if he had not slept all night

  2. Sokolov grant lived in a pretty queen anne red-brick farmhouse which was in a state of some disrepair.

  3. Paco l pez, a sports lecturer at a madrid university as well as a crusading eco - golfer, has opened the country ' s first water - free course

  4. Over the years, the hong kong sinfonietta has collaborated with an illustrious array of musicians and groups, including vladimir ashkenazy, luciano pavarotti, augustin dumay, christopher hogwood, fou ts ong, yuri bashmet, tan dun, leslie howard, mikhail rudy, robert king, gary graffman, melvyn tan, jian wang, laurent korcia, lang lang, david helfgott, sarah brightman, and the kirov, bolshoi, stuttgart and hong kong ballets. the orchestra is also a regular guest at the hong kong arts festival,

  5. Energie cottbus. " we would have had to play all the way to the advertising boards to get behind their defence, " said klaus allofs, bremen ' s sporting director

    引擎特布斯「我們要一直打到廣告牌,才能越過他們的後防線。 」不來梅的體育主管克勞斯?阿斯說。
  6. He never missed a single drinking party at danilovs, or any other moscow festivity, spent whole nights drinking, outdoing all the rest, and was at every

  7. Through the door he heard at that moment kutuzovs voice, eager and dissatisfied, and other unfamiliar voices interrupting him. the sound of those voices, the inattention with which kozlovsky glanced at him, the churlishness of the harassed clerk, the fact that the clerk and kozlovsky were sitting round a tub on the floor at so little distance from the commander - in - chief, and that the cossacks holding the horses laughed so loudly at the windowall made prince andrey feel that some grave calamity was hanging over them

  8. Pelagea danilovna melyukov, a broad - shouldered, energetic woman in spectacles and a loose house dress, was sitting in her drawing - room, surrounded by her daughters, and doing her utmost to keep them amused

  9. There were fires at the same time in carriage row, zamoskvoryetche, the bazaar, and povarsky, and the timber market near dorogomilov bridge and the barges in the river moskva were in a blaze

  10. Count orlov, shivering from the freshness of the dawning morning, and excited by the enterprise he had undertaken on his own responsibility, came out of the wood, accompanying grekov, and began scrutinising the enemys camp, faintly visible now in the deceptive light of the approaching dawn and the smouldering camp - fires. on the open copse on count orlov - denisovs right our columns ought to have been visible

  11. The theory of science information communication has occupied the important position in the studies of library sciences and information sciences since it came to the world

  12. The guards had already left petersburg on the 10th of august, and her son, who was remaining in moscow to get his equipment, was to overtake them on the road to radzivilov

  13. Come, sokolov, they are not going away altogether, you know

  14. Sokolov grant lived in a pretty queen anne red - brick farmhouse which was in a state of some disrepair

  15. After a few days we came across a russian name, sokolov grant.

  16. In the shed in which pierre was, one of the russian soldiers, sokolov, was dangerously ill, and pierre told the corporal that something ought to be done about this soldier. the corporal said that pierre might set his mind at rest, that they had both travelling and stationary hospitals for such cases, that instructions would be given in regard to the sick, and that in fact every possible contingency was provided for by the authorities

  17. After a few days we came across a russian name, sokolov grant

  18. The sick soldier, sokolov, pale and thin, with blue rings round his eyes, sat alone in his place, without boots or out - of - door clothes on. his eyes, that looked prominent from the thinness of his face, gazed inquiringly at his companions, who took no notice of him, and he uttered low groans at regular intervals

  19. 1964 aleksandr mikhailovich prokhorov ussr

  20. The nobel prize in physics 1964 : aleksandr mikhailovich prokhorov