踱來踱去 的英文怎麼說

中文拼音 [lāi]
踱來踱去 英文
walk [pace] up and down; be [go] on the prowl; pace back and forth; pace the floor;scout about [around]; tramp back and forth; walk [pace] to and fro; walking hither and thither
  • : 動詞(慢步行走) pace; stroll
  • : 來動詞1 (從別的地方到說話人所在的地方) come; arrive 2 (發生; 來到) crop up; take place; come ...
  • : 去動詞1. (用在動詞后, 表示動作離開說話人所在地) 2. (用在動詞后, 表示動作的繼續等)
  1. I bid them be quiet, now that they saw me returned, and, benumbed to my very heart, i dragged upstairs ; whence, after putting on dry clothes, and pacing to and fro thirty or forty minutes, to restore the animal heat, i am adjourned to my study, feeble as a kitten : almost too much so to enjoy the cheerful fire and smoking coffee which the servant has prepared for my refreshment

  2. An artilleryman on sentinel duty in front of the cannons was just confronting the officer, but at a sign being made to him, he renewed his regular, monotonous pacing. behind the cannons stood their platforms, and still further behind, the picket - ropes and camp - fires of the artillerymen

  3. Burghers gaped and stared; young lawyers sauntered, sneered, and laughed, as in the pit of the theatre.

  4. Collins found a cigarette, brought his lighter to it and paced nervously around the small, cheerless room.

  5. He stationed himself in a room commanding a view of the street, pacing the chamber with restless steps, stopping merely to listen from time to time for the sound of approaching wheels, then to cast an anxious glance on ali ; but the regularity with which the nubian puffed forth the smoke of his chibouque proved that he at least was wholly absorbed in the enjoyment of his favorite occupation

  6. He creaked to and fro, tiptoing up nearer heaven by the altitude of a chopine, and, covered by the noise of outgoing, said low

    他踮起腳尖,腳步聲橐橐地踱來踱去,鞋跟有多麼厚,離天就靠近了多少181 。
  7. "oh, dear me, what's this, what's this!" he said, rubbing his head and walking about with his good-humoured vexation in the room.

  8. Walking about with his book and pencil here s my head and my heels are coming till joe cuffe gave him the order of the boot for giving lip to a grazier

  9. Those mornings in the cattlemarket the beasts lowing in their pens, branded sheep, flop and fall of dung, the breeders in hobnailed boots trudging through the litter, slapping a palm on a ripemeated hindquarter, there s a prime one, unpeeled switches in their hands

  10. Inside the british legation a few armed soldiers walked about the gardens.

  11. A figure of middle height on the prowl, evidently, under the arches saluted again, calling : night

  12. The missionary sprang to his feet and strode across the room.

  13. Plaints made in common are almost prayers, and prayers where two or three are gathered together invoke the mercy of heaven. all day dant

  14. He paced the showy hall.

  15. He rambled restlessly across his office on legs like stilts.

  16. The supreme warlord was striding about the shelter.

  17. He paced the floor, his hands tucked deep in his sleeves.

  18. He pursues his lounging way with a heavy tread, beating the palms of his white gloves one against the other.

  19. He tramped with a quiet inevitability over the brick floor, putting food for the dog in a brown bowl

  20. Miss bingley made no answer ; and soon afterwards got up and walked about the room. her figure was elegant, and she walked well ; - but darcy, at whom it was all aimed, was still inflexibly studious