fash

英 [fæʃ] 美
  • n. 烦恼;麻烦
  • vt. 使苦恼;使生气
  • n. (Fash)人名;(英)法什
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fash (v.)
1530s (Scottish) "to trouble, annoy, vex;" 1580s, "be angered," from Old French fascher (Modern French fâcher) "to anger, displease, offend," from Medieval Latin derived verb from Latin fastidiosus (see fastidious). As a noun from 1794. Related: Fashery (1550s).
1. Five - year - old Margaret Fash and six - year - old Andreas Faefel modelled fashions from Switzerland.
五 岁 的玛格丽特·菲什和六 岁 的安德烈亚斯·费非尔替瑞士的时装模特儿表演.

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2. Five - year - old Margaret Fash and six - year - old Andreas Faefel modeled fashions from Switzerland.
五 岁 的玛格丽特?菲什和六岁的安德烈亚斯?费非尔模特表演了来自瑞士的时装.

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3. Don't fash yourself about me; a cup of tea will do nicely.
不要为我操心, 一杯茶就好了.

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4. Treated surface should be free of fash, burr, welding scar or dirty.
经处理的摩擦面,不得有飞边 、 毛刺 、 焊疤或污损等.

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