英 [ənd; (ə)n; ænd]
美 [ənd, ən,ænd]
- conj. 和，与；就；而且；但是；然后
- n. (And)人名；(土、瑞典)安德
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词源同前缀anti-, 相对，对立，见antibody, 抗体。原指相对的，后指两边和起来。
- and: [OE] A word as ancient as the English language itself, which has persisted virtually unchanged since at least 700 AD, and has cognates in other Germanic languages (German und, Dutch en), but no convincing ultimate ancestor for it has been identified
- and (conj.)
- Old English and, ond, originally meaning "thereupon, next," from Proto-Germanic *unda (cognates: Old Saxon endi, Old Frisian anda, Middle Dutch ende, Old High German enti, German und, Old Norse enn), from PIE *en; cognate with Latin ante, Greek anti (see ante). Phrase and how as an exclamation of emphatic agreement dates from early 1900s.
- 1. " And " , " but " and " whereas " are conjunctions.
- and, but 和whereas是连词.
- 2. Remember, keep a positive attitude and good things will happen.
- 3. The world breaks everyone, and afterward, many are stronger at the broken places.
- 4. For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbours, and laugh at them in our turn?
- 5. When life gets hard and you want to give up, remember that life is full of ups and downs, and without the downs, the ups would mean nothing.
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