desolating

 
['desələtɪŋ]     ['desələtɪŋ]    
  • adj. 荒凉的
  • 动词desolate的现在分词形式.
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desolating的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

动词 desolate:
  1. leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch

  2. reduce in population

  3. cause extensive destruction or ruin utterly

desolating的用法和样例:

例句

  1. Yet, with this exhilaration, a desolating emptiness.
    然而这股兴奋而来的,却是空洞寂寥的感觉。
  2. It was a desolating bit of reason: there was nobody in the house.
    这是一个有点凄凉的理由:这房子里没有人。
  3. Most desolating were those evenings the belle-mere had envisaged for them.
    最最凄凉的要数婆婆给她们设计的夜晚。
  4. Let not your enemies, with their desolating doctrines, degrade your souls, and enervate your virtues!No, Chaumette, no!
    警惕敌方那为人所不齿的原则,莫让他玷污你的灵魂,削弱你的美德!
  5. You can wander across prairie country that has the desolating immensity of the ocean.
    译:在落基山中,即便花上一整天的时间,也只能辛苦地爬完一个山谷。
  6. "So also I will make you sick, striking you down, Desolating you because of your sins.
    弥6:13因此、我击打你、使你的伤痕甚重.使你因你的罪恶荒凉。

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