hideaway

英 ['haɪdəweɪ] 美 ['haɪdə'we]
  • n. 潜伏处;隐匿处;退隐处
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hideaway (n.)
"small, secluded restaurant, etc.," 1929, from hide (v.1) + away. Earlier it meant "a fugitive person" (1871).
1. The bandits fled to a remote mountain hideaway.
匪徒们逃到了一个偏远的山间藏身。

来自柯林斯例句

2. If he had another well-stocked hideaway like this, he could stay holed up for months.
如果他还有另一个储备如此充足的藏身之所,那他可以躲起来几个月不露面。

来自柯林斯例句

3. For any hideaway to be effective, it has to be self - contained and private.
要确保隐藏处起作用, 那就必须是独门独户,跟外界隔绝.

来自辞典例句

4. Imagine pristine waters, hideaway beaches, luxury spa amenities and accommodations.
试想原始水域, 世外桃源的海滩, 豪华水疗设施和住宿.

来自互联网

5. The Cook Islands are the epitome of the South Seas tropical hideaway.
库克群岛是南太平洋充满热带风情与世隔绝的典范.

来自互联网

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