dido

英 ['daɪdəʊ] 美
  • n. 胡闹,开玩笑;淘气;恶作剧
星级词汇:
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dido (n.)
"prank, caper," 1807, American English slang, perhaps from the name of the Carthaginian queen in the "Aeneid." Usually in phrase to cut didoes.
1. Dido's told you the whole sad story, I presume?
我想狄多已经把这件伤心事全部告诉你了吧?

来自柯林斯例句

2. She disliked Dido but was prepared to tolerate her for a weekend in order to humour her husband.
她不喜欢迪多,但准备暂时忍受她一个周末,以迁就自己的丈夫。

来自辞典例句

3. Dido was charmed with his discourse and filled with admiration of his exploits.
他的描述使狄多着了迷,她对他的功绩称羡不已.

来自辞典例句

4. People say that Erratics may be rewarmed steeping in songs by Dido.
他们说,漂泊的人可以在蒂朵的歌声中重获温暖.

来自互联网

5. Dido received the illustrious exiles with friendliness and hospitality.
狄多友好而殷勤地接待这些著名的漂泊者.

来自互联网

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