dobbin

英 ['dɒbɪn]
  • n. 驽马;挽马;带磨干燥器;大酒杯
  • n. (Dobbin)人名;(英、俄)多宾
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dobbin (n.)
"farm horse," 1596 (in "Merchant of Venice"), probably from diminutive form of Dob (early 13c.), common Middle English familiar form of masc. proper name Robin or Robert; personal name applied to a horse.
1. The little boy was frightened by Dobbin's whicker.
那小男孩被Dobbin的嘶鸣声吓住了.

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2. This praise and confidence smote Dobbin's heart very keenly.
这样的夸奖和信赖弄得都宾十分不好意思.

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3. Perhaps Dobbin's foolish soul revolted against that exercise of tyranny.
也许都宾是傻好人,看了暴虐的行为忍不住要打抱不平.

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4. There was everyday life before honest Dobbin.
老实的都宾眼前仍旧是现实生活.

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5. Dobbin still kept up his character of rattle.
都宾仍旧像话匣子一样说笑个不停.

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