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suddenly

美国发音:['sʌd(ə)nli]
英国发音:['sʌd(ə)nli]

[adv]
英语解释:quickly and without any warning
常见翻译:突然,忽然,突然之间;忽发(奇想);突如其来,出乎意料



Sentences:

If import supplies of oil are suddenly curtailed, our national purchasing power will be lower.
如果石油的进口供应量突然减少,那么,我们的国民购买力就会下降。
David suddenly felt that he was in his element and extolled the good points of each horse.
大卫心血来潮地以为这是逞能的好机会,称赞每一匹马的优点。
It suddenly dawned upon her that Bertha's indisposition was assumed.
她突然心生一念:伯莎的病是假装的!
The whole paraphernalia of contemporary neoclassical economics seems to have become suddenly obsolete.
当代新古典经济学的全部工具似乎突然变得过时了。
A gun shot suddenly pealed forth and shot its flames into the air.
突然一声炮响,一道火光升上天空。
The royal kaleidoscope had suddenly shifted, and nobody could tell how the new pattern would arrange itself.
皇家的万花筒突然转动了,谁也不知道新花样将如何安排。
The expulsion of the Soviet advisers from Egypt in 1972 suddenly took on a new significance.
一九七二年把苏联顾问驱逐出埃及一事突然之间具有了新的意义。
A capacitor is used to eliminate sparking when a circuit containing inductance is suddenly opened.
当含有电感的电路突然断开时,电容器可用以消除火花。