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快报
Simplified 快报
Traditional 快報
Pin Yin
kuai4 bao4
English
  • bulletin board
  • [Economy] flash report
Examples:
1. “你这个快报是怎么来的?”
"And how did this despatch reach you?"
2. 半小时以前指挥部收到了快报,是从琼斯博罗前线来的。"
A dispatch came in to headquarters half an hour ago from the fighting at Jonesboro."
3. 你随身带着住旅馆的科长科员不是也在那里办快报么?
All these clerks and assistants that you keep in your hotel, now they're the sort of people who write these reports!
4. 民意测验,尤其是《每日快报》在保守党的支持者中最近举行的那一次,不是表明希思先生名列前茅吗?
Had not the public opinion polls-especially the last Daily Express poll of party supporters-shown Mr. Heath out in front?
5. 《印度快报
Indian Express
6. 突然卖“快报”的声音从窗前飞跑着过去:“阿要看到阎锡山大出兵!
Suddenly, there came the voice of a newsboy running past the window: " `Stop-press News!' Read all about it! Yen Hsi-shan orders his troops to the front!
7. 你相信外边那些快报么?
Surely you don't believe all these so-called stop-press reports?
8. 《每日快报》宣布她是位合乎逻辑的中间道路的入选人物。
The Daily Express pronounced her a logical middle-of-the-road choice.
9. ”接着又来了第二个卖“快报”的带喊带跑的声音。
Then came the voice of another newsboy selling the "Stop-press News," bawling as he ran past.
10. 泰晤士报、快报以及其他报纸都有相似的评论。
There were similiar comments in the Times, Express, and other journals.