did

英 [dɪd] 美 [dɪd]
  • v. 做(do的过去式)
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did (v.)
Old English dyde, past tense of do (v.). The only remainder in Germanic of the old linguistic pattern of forming a past tense by reduplication of the stem of the present tense. Far back in Germanic the equivalent of did was used as a suffix to make the past tenses of other verbs, hence the English -ed suffix (Old English -de).
1. He did not like to be caught out on details.
他不喜欢在细节上被人抓住把柄。

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2. Well, at any rate, let me thank you for all you did.
好吧,不管怎样,还是要感谢你所做的一切。

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3. The blame for the Charleston fiasco did not lie with him.
查尔斯顿惨败错不在他。

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4. Brian counted to twenty and lifted his binoculars. Elena did the same.
布赖恩数到20,举起了双筒望远镜。埃琳娜也照着做了。

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5. She had met both sons and did not care for either.
两个儿子她都见了,一个都不喜欢。

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