happening

英 ['hæp(ə)nɪŋ] 美 ['hæpənɪŋ]
  • n. 事件;意外发生的事
  • v. 发生;碰巧(happen的ing形式)
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happening (n.)
mid-15c., "chance, luck," verbal noun from happen (v.); meaning "an occurrence" is 1550s. Sense of "spontaneous event or display" is from 1959 in the argot of artists. Happenings "events" was noted by Fowler as a vogue word from c. 1905.
happening (adj.)
1520s, "occurring," present participle adjective from happen (v.).
1. Quite a few people were milling about, but nothing was happening.
有不少人在附近转来转去,可是什么事情也没有发生。

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2. This is happening in every school throughout the country.
全国各地每所学校都在发生这样的事情。

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3. So what is really happening as the information bandwagon starts to roll?
当信息大潮滚滚而来的时候究竟发生了些什么呢?

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4. "God knows what's happening in that madman's mind," she muttered.
她咕哝着:“天知道那个疯子在想什么。”

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5. Things were happening too quickly and Brian was confused.
事情发生得太快,把布赖恩给弄糊涂了。

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