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大堆
Simplified 大堆
Traditional 大堆
Pin Yin
da4 dui1
English
  • pile
Examples:
1. 假借哲学的名义讲了一大堆的废话。
A lot of nonsense was talked, under the guise of philosophy.
2. 在湖的尽头,他们发现一大堆大堆被水冲上来的碎石。
At the far end of the lake, they came to huge piles of rubble which had been washed up by the water.
3. 他摆了一大堆困难, 言外之意是需要补助。
He gave a long account of his troubles, with the implication that he needed financial aid.
4. 我有一大堆信件要处理。
I have a huge pile of letters to deal with.
5. 我三点钟来和你相会,并将带来一大堆皮货街的新闻。
I meet you at three and bring heaps of Skinner street news.
6. 我好象在一大堆比喻里挣扎。
I seem to be floundering in a sea of metaphor.
7. 上司常在快下班时给我一大堆工作做。
The boss usually heaps work on me just when it's time to go home.
8. 这种习惯用法很好用,这样它也成为一种很不幸的便捷手段,程序员有时甚至把没有关联的一大堆功能塞入同一个对话框中。
The idiom, while quite useful at times, has also become an unfortunately convenient way for programmers to jam a whole pile of vaguely related functions into a dialog box.
9. 基于隐喻设计的用户界面还有一大堆其他问题,如没有那么多好的隐喻,并且可扩展性很差。 用户对隐喻的认知能力经常值得怀疑,特别是在跨越文化边界时。
User interfaces based on metaphors have a host of other problems as well: There aren’t enough good metaphors to go around, they don’t scale well, and the ability of users to recognize them is often questionable, especially across cultural boundaries.
10. 如果你的书桌与作者的一样,那么它一定堆满了纸张。 当你想阅读或编辑其中之一时,必须从一大堆文稿中找到它,把它放到最上面,然后才能开始。
Your desk, if it is like ours, is covered with papers; when you want to read or edit one, you pull it out of the pile, lay it on top, and get to work.