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especially 范例

EN[ɪˈspɛʃ(ə)li]
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特别, 尤其, 格外
  • 例句 especially
    1. The abbot is considered a tulku by Tibetans and called a living Buddha in Chinese — an especially revered figure who is believed to be the essence of a prominent religious leader.
    2. Sweating heavily under the hot lights, he started off with a diatribe against British policy toward Uganda, especially London's recent decision to cancel a $24 million aid program, which Amin dismissed as "whitemailing."
    3. A defeat would have been harsh on the Gunners, especially after an improved rearguard action in the second half, but few could begrudge the German side a point from a match they dominated for long spells.
    4. He had given her head many times, but this time she especially enjoyed it.
    5. If you want to make a splash at the event, do something especially memorable.
    6. The Latin form, templum, from which the English temple is derived, originally signified an uncovered area marked off by boundaries; especially the place marked off by the augurs to be excepted from all profane uses."
    7. 2006: When you finish the waveespecially when it's bigger – it's best to prone out and head back over toward the cliff rip — surfline.com on Mundaka [1]
    8. The Greeks, especially those who would be thought adepts in mystic theology, ran after fantastic allegories  [ …] .
  • 例句 more especially
    1. What can parents do, and mothers more especially, [ …] with regard to the atheism that is natural to all the children of men?
    2. In the English South and Midlands, identification with Britain ran well ahead of identification with the region; in Yorkshire and the northern England, identification with the region ran about equal to identification with Britain; and in Scotland and Wales (but more especially in Scotland) identification with the region ('Scotland' or 'Wales') ran well ahead of identification with Britain.
  • 例句 most especially
    1. 1922: The warm impress of her warm form. Even to sit where a woman has sat, especially with divaricated thighs, as though to grant the last favours, most especially with previously well uplifted white sateen coatpans. — James Joyce, Ulysses
    2. To begin with, I need to make it clear to those who don’t know that the throwing-shade, dissin’, “reading” style that carried Miss Camille to fame was a persona she assembled after years of ethnographically studying the mannerisms of vernacular black culture, especially black gay sub-culture, and most especially the culture of the black queen.
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