超脫 的英文怎麼說

中文拼音 [chāotuō]
超脫 英文
1. (不拘泥成規等) unconventional; original 2. (超出; 脫離) be detached; stand [hold; keep] aloof; transcend worldliness
  • : Ⅰ動詞1 (越過; 高出) exceed; surpass; overtake 2 (在某個范圍以外; 不受限制) transcend; go beyo...
  • : Ⅰ動詞1 (脫落) cast; shed; drop; fall off 2 (取下; 除去) take off; strip; cast off 3 (脫離) ...
  1. Meg was in a blissful dream lifted far above such common things as bread and butter.

  2. His effortless calligraphy has an unconventional grace of its own.

  3. He loved mrs. leives, with her unworldliness and her quaint cynicism.

  4. He loved mrs. leivers, with her unworldliness and her quaint cynicism.

  5. I drove into hanoi with strange detachment.

  6. She is pure and ethereal.

  7. And time seemed, nearly, to fall away from sullen, belligerent, battered faces, as though they were fleeing back to their first condition.

  8. Everyone seemed in a heavenly frame of mind.

  9. And, dying, it rises above its own agony to outcarol the lark and the nightingale.

  10. Considering this city ' s commercial reputation, you may be surprised by the otherworldly and quaint style of cold fairyland

  11. Connie says people like wisps of smoke, and olive says immunized women, and babies in bottles, and dukes says the phallus is the bridge to what comes next

  12. Although it basically belongs ot positive economics, it hasn ' t detached itself from ethics value judgement yet, on the contrary, it connotes a kind of philosophical thinking

  13. A tragedy to those that feel. - - - horace walpole

  14. Only detaching can they be free from reality, they aren ' t interfered by present utility, the researchers ascend a height to enjoy a distant view, discusses those abstruse even metaphysics theoretic problems, expecting high quality research results with long effect

  15. This machine adopt the auto - weighting feed back system, combined with the computer handling. it exceeds the traditional upright filler in both the theory of the machine and teh effect. it is the real computer intelligentize filler

  16. That s how many people run into trouble and are born into lower levels of consciousness. just because of the misconception, just because they want things for nothing, just because they want to go against the law of karma here in this world. once we are above the law of karma, then it s okay, we are in heaven, we re in nirvana

  17. Many people spend years searching for peace of mind, often with little success

  18. Even so, i did not change my dissolute way of life until one night when i awoke from a nightmare. suddenly, i came to realize that i was standing on the edge of a cliff. a slight bit of mindlessness would result in my falling into the bottom of a valley in darkness without any chance of liberation

  19. This character type is portrayed in literature and movies as the detached and often aloof professor.

  20. By purity and abstinence, and the contemplations of his innocent mind, this man had worn thin the evil between that which we see and those great invisible truths.