historically

英 [hɪ'stɒrɪklɪ] 美
  • adv. 历史上地;从历史观点上说
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1. Historically, royal marriages have been cold, calculating affairs.
在历史上,皇室婚姻一直是冷漠且处处算计的事情。

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2. It was good drama, but historically inaccurate.
戏倒是出好戏, 但与史实有出入.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. Democrats were reluctant to take on a president whose popularity ratings were historically high.
民主党人不愿与一位有史以来民众支持率最高的总统较量。

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4. He believes that, historically, Labour has been most successful as the party that helped people get on in life.
他相信一直以来工党在帮助人民改善生活方面表现最为出色。

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5. Historically there was no letter " l " in the word " could " ; it was inserted by analogy with " would ".
在历史上, could 一词中没有字母l; 那是按照would一词类推而加上去的

来自《简明英汉词典》

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