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          10個食物和相關的成語

          編輯:重慶愛華茲英語培訓學校  時間:2015/04/18  字號:
          摘要:10個食物和相關的成語

          The English Language is full of food idioms to cover most situations.The list is endless, so I’ve chosen 10 food and food-related idioms here to show you what they mean and how you could use them in a sentence。

          1. “As cool as a cucumber” – to be calm, not nervous or anxious1. “As cool as a cucumber”——冷靜,不緊張、焦慮

          Look at Jason. He is as cool as a cucumber. He never gets nervous before an interview.看看杰森,他真冷靜。在面試前他從不緊張。

          2. “to bite the hand that feeds you” – to harm someone who does good things for you.2. “to bite the hand that feeds you”——恩將仇報

          I wouldn’t annoy your Boss. You don’t want to bite the hand that feeds you.我不會惹惱你的老板。我不想恩將仇報。

          3. “to butter someone up” – to flatter someone so that you can win their friendship or favour3. “to butter someone up”——通過奉承某人,贏得他們的友誼或是得到幫助

          Ever since the new Sales Director joined the company, she’s been buttering him up.自從新的銷售總監加入之后,她一直在拍他馬屁。

          4. “to cheese someone off” (BrE) – To annoy someone4. “to cheese someone off”(英式英語)——惹怒某人

          Will you please stop doing that? You’re really cheesing me off.你能不能別這么做了?你真的惹我生氣了。

          5. “Big Cheese” – an important person, a leader5. “Big Cheese”——重要的人物,領導

          Who’s the big cheese in this organization?誰是單位里的一把手?

          6. “Carrot and Stick” – to reward someone who does what you want or punish them if they don’t. “Carrot and Stick”——蘿卜大棒政策,獎勵按照你指示做的人,懲罰不遵守的人

          He likes to use the carrot and stick approach when managing his team.他喜歡用“蘿卜大棒”政策管理他的團隊。

          7. “to bite off more than you can chew” – try to do more than you can manage7. “to bite off more than you can chew”——貪多嚼不爛,試圖做超出能力范圍之外的事

          With this new job, I’m afraid Susan has bitten off more than she can chew.這份新工作恐怕超出了蘇珊能力范圍之外。

          8. “to cut the mustard” – to succeed, do something well8. “to cut the mustard”——成功,做好某事

          He did not last long in the job. He just didn’t cut the mustard.他在這份工作干不長久。他沒能做好這份工作。

          9. “to be cheesed off” – to be annoyed or irritated9. “to be cheesed off”——被惹惱了

          I have to complete this report by tonight. I’m so cheesed off.我今晚之前要完成這份報告。煩死了。

          10. “To eat humble pie” – to admit your mistake and apologize10. “To eat humble pie”——承認錯誤,道歉

          Brian had to eat humble pie when he realized the mistakes in the budget report.布萊恩意識到他在預算報告上犯了錯,因此不得不道歉。

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