handpicked

英 ['hænd'pɪkt] 美
  • adj. 偏心挑选的,精心挑选出来的;用手挑选的
  • v. 用手采摘;仔细挑选(handpick的过去分词)
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1. Almost all of it could be traced to Henrietta , the house keeper . whom Eleanor had handpicked.
其原因几乎完全可以追溯到埃莉诺亲自挑选的管家亨里埃塔身上.

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2. Their handpicked assembly took 14 years to decide the framework of a new constitution.
由他们亲自选定的制宪会议花了14年时间来决定一个新宪法框架.

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3. I loved you enough to be silent and let you discover your handpicked friend a creep.
我爱你至深才保持沉默,让你自己去发现你精挑细选的朋友原来是个另人讨厌的家伙.

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