edgeways

英 ['edʒweɪz] 美 ['ɛdʒwez]
  • adv. 以刃向外;沿边
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edgeways (adv.)
also edge-ways, "with the edge turned forward or toward a particular point," 1560s, from edge (n.) + way (n.). First attested form of the word is edgewaie; the adverbial genitive -s appears by 1640s. Edgewise (1715) appears to be a variant, based on otherwise, etc. See edge (v.).
As if it were possible for any of us to slide in a word edgewise! [Mary Mitford, "Our Village," 1824].
To edge in a word in this sense is from 1680s.
1. You'll only get the desk through the door if you turn it edgeways.
你要把书桌侧着才能搬过这道门。

来自《权威词典》

2. He spent all the time talking and they could not get a word in edgeways.
他一直说个不停,他们都插不上嘴。

来自柯林斯例句

3. He talks so much that no one else can get a word in edgeways.
他讲得太多了,别人一句话也插不上嘴.

来自《现代汉英综合大词典》

4. He talked on and on and nobody else could get a word in edgeways.
他说个没完,别人半句话也插不进.

来自《现代汉英综合大词典》

5. If you turn it edgeways you'll get the desk through the door.
你把书桌斜过来就能通过这道门.

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