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慌慌张张地
Simplified 慌慌张张地
Traditional 慌慌張張地
Pin Yin
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English
  • in a split of a hurry
Examples:
1. “你还是走罢,”琼基尔终于嚷了起来——嗓门大得让卡里太太慌慌张张地从楼上走了下来。
"You'd better go now," she cried at last, so loud that Mrs. Cary came downstairs in alarm.
2. 一些从戏院出来的游手好闲的人,慌慌张张地走过。
A few stragglers from the theatres hurried by.
3. 最后,在她勉强订下的婚期前的那个礼拜里,她下决心写了一封四页长的自白信,慌慌张张地塞进他的门下。
Finally, within a week of the wedding-day which she had reluctantly set, her resolution takes shape in writing --- a four-page confession is breathlessly thrust under his door.
4. 慌慌张张地向我打了个招呼就走开了。
He accosted me with trepidation and passed on.
5. 他回到饭桌上,慌慌张张地一连喝了几大杯红酒。
He came back to the table, filled himself bumper after bumper of claret, which he swallowed with nervous rapidity.
6. 他看见母亲掩饰地转过脸去找来抹布,慌慌张张地擦着洒在桌上的汤水。
Hurriedly she turned away to look for a cloth and nervously wiped up the broth which had spilled, avoiding his gaze.
7. 马格洛大娘慌慌张张地向他跑来。
Madame Magloire ran up to him in utter consternation.
8. 慌慌张张地偷吃,别梗死了。
The way he stuffed himself frantically on the sly, let's just hope he didn't choke to death.
9. 竹斋看着荪甫说,慌慌张张地把他那个随身携带的鼻烟壶递过去。
This diagnosis came from Tu Chu-chaff. He glanced at Wu Sun-fu, fumbled nervously for his snuff-box and gave it to him.
10. 我们进了风帆柜,慌慌张张地在风帆堆上爬着。
We were in the sail locker, screaming on our knees over the sails.