big-ticket

 
       
  • adj. 高价的;昂贵的
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big-ticket的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. very expensive;

    "big-ticket items like cars and furs"
    "a big-ticket government program"

big-ticket的用法和样例:

例句

  1. The Lakers passed on many opportunities to improve but none with the impact of landing the Big Ticket.
    湖人队错失了很多重量级的球员来提高票价的机会。
  2. Luckily I did not have to buy any big ticket item,so that limit was enough for me.
    幸好我不需要买昂贵东西,限额对我也足够了。
  3. The problem is, the dude has been in the league for 13 years and I'm still wondering, he's a big ticket to what?
    问题在于他在联盟已经13年了,我现在还觉得奇怪的是他是什么的大门票。
  4. Several regions noted declines in sales of “big ticket” goods and home-related items, the Fed said.
    美联储宣布已注意到几个地区的“大票”商品和家居有关物品销售有所下降。
  5. EXAMPLE: Although very successful financially, my frugal father avoids spending money on big ticket items like luxury automobiles.
    尽管在财务方面十分成功,生活节俭的父亲还是不愿去买像豪华汽车这样的贵重商品。
  6. Be the key resource person to negotiate and monitor Procurement Agreements for consistency with world wide strategies and concepts, and the purchasing of big ticket items.
    作为谈判的关键人物,监控采购协议符合全球性策略和概念及其中关键性的条款;

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