heaviness

英 ['hevɪnɪs] 美 ['hɛvɪnɪs]
  • n. 沉重;沉闷;笨拙;迟钝;忧伤
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heaviness (n.)
Old English hefigness "heaviness, weight; burden, affliction; dullness, torpor;" see heavy + -ness.
1. In any case Porsche had personally taken over Hitler's bias for super - heaviness.
波尔舍好歹还是接受了希特勒对超重坦克的偏好.

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2. A friendly critic might have called his heaviness weighty.
善意的评论者甚至能把他的笨重举止说成是稳重沉着.

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3. Everything in her person was round and replete, though without those accumulations which suggest heaviness.
她身上的一切都圆圆的,显得饱满, 然而并不给人以笨重的肥胖感觉.

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4. Their crackling bad humour left them, but the heaviness of their spirit remained.
他们的怒气平息了, 但心情仍很沉重.

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5. The heaviness in the evening air oppressed us both.
傍晚沉重的空气压迫著我们.

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