walkabout

 
['wɔːkəbaʊt]     ['wɔːkəbaʊt]    
  • n. 巡游(王室成员或名人在民众中露面散步);丛林漫游(象澳大利亚土著人那样暂时回归传统的原始生活方式)
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walkabout的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a walking trip or tour

  2. a public stroll by a celebrity to meet people informally

  3. nomadic excursions into the bush made by an Aborigine

walkabout的用法和样例:

例句

  1. The blog records Jasper's walkabout real time.
    博客记录着羽中路上的时时刻刻.
  2. As the blog title goes, this place records Jasper's walkabout real time.
    博客介绍 : 如题; 这里记录着羽中路上的时时刻刻.
  3. New Zealanders are understandably proud that the Queen chose their country for the first-ever walkabout eleven years ago.
    11年前女王选择了新西兰进行首次非正式访问,新西兰人对感到自豪,是可以理解的。
  4. New Zealanders are understandably proud that the Queen chose their country for the first - ever walkabout eleven years ago.
    11年前女王选择了新西兰进行首次非正式访问,新西兰人对感到自豪,是可以理解的。
  5. "He'd just gone off into the bush," said the colonel."We call it going walkabout.
    “他当时只是跑到灌木丛中去了,”中校说道,“我们把这种行为称作离队出走”。
  6. On our night walkabout underneath the Southern Cross, we saw a half-dozen big gray kangaroos feeding on brush.
    当晚,我们头顶着南十字星徒步旅行,看到五、六只大灰袋鼠以树丛为食。

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