hostelry

英 ['hɒst(ə)lrɪ] 美
  • n. 客栈;旅店
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hostelry 酒吧,旅店

hostel,招待所,旅店,-ry,名词后缀。引申词义酒吧。

hostelry (n.)
late 14c. (as a surname from early 14c.), from Old French hostelerie "house, guest-house; kitchen; hospice, almshouse" (12c., Modern French hôtellerie), from hostel (see host). Lost, then revived 19c.
1. " At the Waldorf,'she answered, mentioning the fashionable hostelry then but newly erected.
“ 在沃尔多夫旅馆, " 她回答, 指的是当时刚刚新建的时髦大旅馆.

来自英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹

2. Winifred had thought it would be'amusing'to see this far - famed hostelry.
维妮佛梨德觉得见识一下这个远近闻名的小酒店倒也 “ 有趣”.

来自辞典例句

3. Why don't we adjourn to the local hostelry?
我们怎麽不搬到本地旅馆去住 呢 ?

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4. The young woman stepped lightly across to the crowded hostelry.
那个年轻的女人跨着轻盈的步子朝拥挤的旅馆走去.

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5. With my wife and children I found with great difficulty a room in the Kiev Hostelry.
我和妻儿们费了九牛二虎之力在“基辅旅馆”找到一个房间.

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