from the time immemorial 中文意思是什麼

from the time immemorial 解釋
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  • the : 〈代表用法〉…那樣的東西,…那種東西。1 〈用單數普通名詞代表它的一類時(所謂代表的單數)〉 (a) 〈...
  • time : n 1 時,時間,時日,歲月。2 時候,時刻;期間;時節,季節;〈常pl 〉時期,年代,時代; 〈the time ...
  • immemorial : adj. 無法追憶的;太古的,極古的。 from time immemorial 遠古以來。adv. -ly
  1. Exotic, mysterious, fascinating china from time immemorial has tantalized the imagination of western man.

  2. I see the russian soldiers standing on the threshold of their native land, guarding the fields which their fathers have been tilling from time immemorial.

  3. From time immemorial the tribe have buried their dead here

  4. Dragon is a deified animal worshipped by the chinese people from the time immemorial. but what is it ? no one knows

  5. Olives : olives from time immemorial be come to wine, the pure stomach be hot, cu appetite of " good medicine ", since can directly eat, can also add rock sugar to braise

    橄欖:橄欖自古以來就是醒酒、清胃熱、促食慾的「良藥」 ,既可直接食用,也可加冰糖燉服。
  6. Since time immemorial, methane and oil have seeped from beds buried beneath the ocean sediment off the california coast

  7. All of the mystery schools that have been on earth from time immemorial were arranged and organized by this etheric organization

  8. From time immemorial, wood, fire, earth, metal and water are regarded as basic elements for the formation of the unierse and indispensable substances to life

  9. It was a gloomy, dusty - looking apartment, such as journalists offices have always been from time immemorial. the servant announced m. albert de morcerf

  10. From time immemorial, women have been able to breast - feed, bake bread, unload the dishwasher, help with latin homework and call the plumber simultaneously

  11. From time immemorial, cities are always the banner of the mankind ' s civilization. the healthily perpetual development of cities is the issue that we should take in consideration

  12. M : as i have mentioned earlier, it comes from god. it comes from god knows when, from time immemorial, since creation began. since we began to play the drama of life, god has granted us this way to go back to hirm

  13. Faced with a steady battle on their hands and with the standard “ everybody else can stay out until one a. m. ” ploy that children have used from time immemorial, faced with kids who may be only eleven or twelve but who “ talk sixteen, ” parents are more inclined these days to capitulate

    面臨著手頭這一場持久戰和孩子們很久以來就一直慣用的伎倆,說著『別人都可以在外面待到一點才回家』的托詞,面臨11 、 12歲的孩子,說話卻像16歲,父母們現在通常都會妥協。