eager 中文意思是什麼音標 ['i:gə]
eager 解釋adj. 形容詞 1. 〈多用作述語〉渴望，極想，熱衷於 （after; about; for）。
adv. 動詞 副詞 -ly
The adoption of the war resolution found the american navy ready and eager to join the battle.
Mckinley was eager to propitiate the agrarian middle west after his close victory over bryan in 1896.
The boys were on loose and eager to commence their allotted chores around the house and garden.
There ' s no job too big for this amputee, beaver carpenter. he ' s always eager to lend a helping limb and proves that you can do anything with the right attitude
Single wing angell : i am very eager to have my own flute and play it, it is quite beautiful, can i receive support from everyone
The children waited with eager anticipation for christmas.
Sir thomas exerted himself so far as to speak a few words of calm approbation in reply to an eager appeal of mr. yates, as to the happiness of the arrangement.
Moreover, you should be honest, creditable, eager to learn and aspirant
They surge to follow him, eager to be touched by a few baptismal drops.
They surge to follow him, eager to be touched by a few baptismal drops ”
The man is an eager beaver.
Bernadette had not seen anything, yet she had faith and was eager to see it
He had held up his big hands which were trembling under the influence of her eager enthusiasm.
With the development of human society, because of the lack of sustainable utilization consciousness, and the eager for quick success and instant benefit, the black earth suffered excessive cultivation and management, causing the reduction of its recycled ability, decrease in organic content, porosity ratio, fertility dropped and the properties of water retaining and water retention, which make the black soil harden and degenerate seriously
But like any late bloomer, i was eager to make up for lost time
They are eager to buy their government bonds.
No charter company was eager to court arab boycott.
Carrie listened with eager ears.
We had sad work with little cathy that day; she rose in high glee, eager to join her cousin.
Neither was eager to pull our chestnuts out of the fire.