Harlem

英 ['hɑləm] 美
  • n. 黑人住宅区(纽约的)
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Manhattan district, used figuratively for "African-American culture" by 1925. The N.Y. community was founded 1658 and originally named Nieuw Haarlem for Haarlem in Netherlands, which probably is from Dutch haar "height" + lem "silt," in reference to its position on a slight elevation on the banks of the Spaarne River. The black population grew rapidly in the decade after World War I. Related: Harlemese.
1. Hip - Hop was never a problem in Harlem only in Boston.
西哈在Harlem永远没有问题,只有在Boston才会有问题.

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2. I ran straight up to Columbia County, then turned East, came down the Harlem Valley and thence home.
我一直跑到哥伦比亚县,然后向东转,沿着哈勒姆山谷,从那里回到家。

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3. The white brothers looked uncomfortable and some of the Harlem brothers belligerent.
白人兄弟们似乎不大自在,而哈莱姆区来的兄弟却看上去斗志旺盛的.

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4. You won't slander the political consciousness of the people of Harlem.
你不会低估哈莱姆区人民的政治觉悟了.

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5. Tattaglia Family pimps were shot to death in Harlem , dock goons were massacred.
破坏码头工人罢工的暴徒给成批地屠杀了.

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