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踏过
Simplified 踏过
Traditional 踏過
Pin Yin
ta4 guo4
English
  • overstep
Examples:
1. 一匹脱缰的马从他身上踏过,踩断了他的髋骨。
A runaway horse had trampled on him and broken his hipbone.
2. 又一群农民和兵的混合队伍从后面飞奔而来,在这四个人身上踏过,直扑宏昌当。
Another wave of peasants and red-scarfed soldiers came rushing up the street towards the pawnshop and swept over them as they lay there.
3. 踏过一根树枝,扭动着到了树的另一边。
I stepped over a branch and wriggled to the other side of the tree.
4. 让我们安定下来工作,踏过舆论的污泥浊水。
Let us settle ourselves, and work and wedge our feet downward through the mud and slush of opinion.
5. 预赛三跳中的第一跳,我踏过起跳板几英寸犯了现, 第二跳时,则犯规更严重。
On the first of my three qualifying jumps, I leaped from several inches beyond the take off board for a foul but on the second jump, I fouled even worse.
6. 预赛三跳中的第一跳,我踏过起跳板几英寸犯了规。
On the first of my three qualifying jumps, I leaped from several inches beyond the takeoff board for a foul.
7. 所以你把我的孩子带回来,只要他一踏过那道门...
So you deliver my boy back here,you bring him right through that door...
8. 孩子们踏过身后象一扇门般的草丛。
The boys tramped through some tall grass which sprang straight up behind them like a gate shutting.
9. 轮船上下,几乎没有一个角落是她那飘飘欲仙的步履没有踏过的。
There was not a corner or nook in the ship, above or below, where her fairy footsteps had not glided.
10. 踏过,跨越
To step or stride across.