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邮车
Simplified 邮车
Traditional 郵車
Pin Yin
you2 che1
English
  • mail-cart; mail-coach; mail-train
Examples:
1. 如果当时邮车晚走一天的话,我们也许会有时间对这个问题全面交换意见。
Had the post been to go a day later we might have been at liberty to communicate this whole matter.
2. 他乘一辆拥挤的,气味熏天的夜班邮车去克拉弗林。
He takes a trip in the tight, smelly night mail-coach for Clavering.
3. 我赶不上邮车了,但我派了一辆快车去追。
I am too late for the post, but I send an express to overtake it.
4. 甚至在不列颠最偏僻的地区,邮车邮车,轻便马车与轻便马车都在互相竞赛。
Mail-coach races against mail-coach, and high-flyer against high-flyer, through the most remote districts of Britain.
5. 一天下午在阿肯色偏僻乡村的艾尔摩小镇上,吉米从一辆邮车上下来。
One afternoon Jimmy climbed down from a mail coach in Elmore, a little town in the back country of Arkansas.
6. 当杜佛邮车缓缓地爬上削特山坡的时候,他觉得杜佛公路似乎是脱离了车似的。
The Dover road lay as to him beyond the Dover mail, as it lumbered up Sooter's Hill.
7. 黄昏时分,邮车在灌木高地的“乔治王”旅店门前搭载了我们。
The mail picked us up about dusk at the "Royal George" on the heath.
8. 邮车到达伦敦是在天已昏暗的五点钟。
The mail reached London at the dreary hour of five.
9. 两个戴面具的人拦路抢劫了一辆邮车
Two masked men held up a mail van.
10. 除了这人以外,别的两个乘客也跟在邮车旁边,艰苦地爬上山坡。
Two other passengers besides the one were plodding up the hill by the side of the mail.