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  • neck
Examples:
1. 鹤是一种长着长腿、长、长嘴的鸟。
A crane is a bird with long legs, neck and beak.
2. 安塞尔墨拿起酒杯,一仰灌进喉咙。
Anselmo took the cup, put his head back and let it run down his throat.
3. 鉴于吸毒是传播艾滋病的重要途径,在每年12月1日世界艾滋病日期间,卫生部门都组织开展以“拒绝毒品,防止艾滋为内容的宣传活动。
As drug taking is a major channel for the spread of AIDS, during the period of the World AIDS Day on December 1 every year, public health departments organize publicity activities, with the theme "refuse drugs, and prevent AIDS. "
4. 回到房里,他迅疾走过电幕,重新坐回桌前,一面还摩着梗子。
Back in the flat he stepped quickly past the telescreen and sat down at the table again, still rubbing his neck.
5. 他给她按摩背和颈,手渐渐本能地向前胸探去,摸着了她并不发达的乳房。
He managed her back and neck, and instinctively his hand slipped forward over her shoulders and he felt her hard breasts.
6. 上围着一条围巾。
He wore a scarf around his neck.
7. 布莱克太太伸长寻找人群中的丈夫。
Mrs Lack craned her neck to look for her husband in the crowd.
8. 腰板
Stiff or rigid in movements
9. 突然她抓住我的后领子,把我从座位上猛地一拉。
Suddenly she caught me by the back of my collar and yanked me from the seat.
10. 此地有低洼的沼泽,形如长酒瓶的柏树从黝黑而宁静的水里长出,伸到如帐篷一般在水面上聚集交错的蔓藤之中。
There are low water-covered lands where cypress trees, shaped like long-necked wine bottles, rise out of dark, quiet waters into dark, tent-like masses of vines above.