Hiroshima

英 [,hi:rəu'ʃi:mə; 'hirɔʃimə] 美
  • n. 广岛市(日本本州岛西南部港市)
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Hiroshima 广岛

日本城市,来自hiro,宽的,shima,岛。

Hiroshima
city in Japan, literally "broad island," from Japanese hiro "broad" + shima "island." So called in reference to its situation on the delta of the Ota River.
1. On Aug. 6,1945 , a nuclear bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.
1945年8月6日, 一颗原子弹投在日本的广岛.

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2. He had encountered Mrs. Carmichael's recurring guilt about Hiroshima - Nagasake many times before.
他过去多次碰到过卡米开尔夫人,她一再对长崎、广岛的事表示内疚.

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3. The fastest train in the world slipped to a stop in Hiroshima Station.
世界上最快的列车平稳地进入广岛车站.

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4. Neither gleaned a hint of its existence until Hiroshima lay devastated under a mushroom cloud.
直到广岛被蘑菇云毁掉之前,敌人竟一点也不知它的存在.

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5. All of a sudden , the report came in about the bomb over Hiroshima.
很快, 关于广岛被炸的消息报道了出来.

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