waggon 中文意思是什麼

waggon 解釋
n. 名詞 1. (二馬以上的四輪)運貨馬車。
2. 〈英國〉(鐵路的)無蓋貨車。
3. 手推車。
4. 【采】礦車。
5. 〈美國〉麵包車〈小型多座汽車〉。
6. 巡邏警車。
7. 〈美俚〉嬰孩車。
8. 〈the waggon〉 囚車。
9. 〈the W-〉 【天文學】北斗七星。
10. 〈美俚〉左輪(手槍)。
vt. 及物動詞 用運貨馬車[貨車、手推車等]運送。

  1. Patricia had no feeling at all for the cultural band-waggon.

  2. Her equipage consisted of her immense travelling coach in which she had come to voronezh, and a covered trap and a waggon

  3. When the waggon had passed on, gabriel withdrew from his point of espial.

  4. Someone jumped out from the foremost waggon and cried aloud.

  5. Where is that child s funeral disappeared to ? a team of horses passed from finglas with toiling plodding tread, dragging through the funereal silence a creaking waggon on which lay a granite block

  6. The rickety little waggon was already laden.

  7. The lantern hanging at her waggon had gone out.

  8. The miller, the reaper, the ploughman, the plough - maker, the waggoner and waggon - maker, even the sailor and ship - builder when employed, derive their remuneration from the ultimate product - the bread made from the corn on which they have severally operated, or supplied the instruments for operating

  9. She bade her acquaintance good - bye - for the respective carters had now come out from the inn - and the two waggons resumed their journey in opposite directions ; the vehicle whereon sat marian, izz, and the ploughman s family with whom they had thrown in their lot, being brightly painted, and drawn by three powerful horses with shining brass ornaments on their harness ; while the waggon on which mrs durbeyfield and her family rode was a creaking erection that would scarcely bear the weight of the superincumbent load ; one which had known no paint since it was made, and drawn by two horses only

  10. Flashing weapons, blazing torches, smoking waggon - loads of wet straw, hard work at neighbouring barricades in all directions, shrieks, volleys, execrations, bravery without stint, boom, smash and rattle, and the furious sounding of the living sea ; but, still the deep ditch, and the single drawbridge, and the massive stone walls, and the eight great towers, and still defarge of the wine - shop at his gun, grown

  11. Pierre did go back, but not to the camp - fire where his companions were, but to an unharnessed waggon where there was nobody

  12. After loading there was a long delay before the horses were brought, these having been unharnessed during the ridding ; but at length, about two o clock, the whole was under way, the cooking - pot swinging from the axle of the waggon, mrs durbeyfield and family at the top, the matron having in her lap, to prevent injury to its works, the head of the clock, which, at any exceptional lurch of the waggon, struck one, or one - and - a - half, in hurt tones

  13. He clambered on to the waggon, and sat on the edge of it

  14. The ragged man drags a waggon of rag fragments

  15. The oan agged man drags a _ waggon of rag fragments

  16. Soon the equipage began to ascend to higher ground, and the wind grew keener with the change of level and soil. the day being the sixth of april, the durbeyfield waggon met many other waggons with families on the summit of the load, which was built on a wellnigh unvarying principle, as peculiar, probably, to the rural labourer as the hexagon to the bee

  17. They were only women ; they were not regular labourers ; they were not particularly required anywhere ; hence they had to hire a waggon at their own expense, and got nothing sent gratuitously

  18. Her mind can no more be heaved from that one place where it do bide than a stooded waggon from the hole he s in

  19. They mounted in front of the waggon, and abraham grew reflective

  20. Petya must, one would suppose, have known that he was in a wood, with denisovs band of irregulars, a verst from the road ; that he was sitting on a waggon captured from the french ; that there were horses fastened to it ; that under it was sitting the cossack lihatchev sharpening his sabre ; that the big, black blur on the right was the hut, and the red, bright glow below on the left the dying camp - fire ; that the man who had come for the cup was an hussar who was thirsty. but petya knew nothing of all that, and refused to know it