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letters 范例

EN[ˈlɛtɚz] [ˈlɛtəz]
US
信件 (letter的复数)

    Examples of letters in a Sentence

  • 例句 letter
    1. We've received an interesting letter from a Mrs. Miggins of London. ‎
    2. The last letter of “café” is ‘e’ acute. ‎
    3. Broiles and Kirkley were adamant about getting out of the lawsuit, but Mike and Dee were equally adamant about not wanting to sign a letter of apology
    4. In the Senate, Alan J. Dixon, new to the anticontra team, is part of a movement gathering signatures on a letter asking President Reagan to overturn the embargo if peace breaks out.
    5. “We believe we can still address our legitimate interests in security, innovation and antifraud efforts with this shorter period,” Peter Fleischer, Google’s global privacy counsel, wrote in the letter.
    6. Others wryly illustrate appropriated audios, like instructions for quacking like a duck or a letter from an angry airline passenger.
    7. to back a letter;  to back a note or legal document
    8. The form letter included a canned answer stating that what I asked was against policy.
    9. One begins a sentence with a capital letter.
    10. a circulatory letter
  • 例句 letters
    1. Note: Before certain letters, in- becomes: i- before gn, e.g. ignoble il- before l, e.g. illegal im- before b, m, or p, e.g. improper ir- before r, e.g. irresistible
    2. The initial letters of their names happily constituted the word "cabal", which with even greater serendipity had a slightly sinister echo of the word cabbala (a secret mystical tradition of Jewish rabbis uncovering hidden meanings in the Bible.)
    3. A St. Louis professor endeavors to invent a new name for the United States, a cabalistic affair, USONA, composed of the initial letters of the words United States of North America ; the people he would designate as Usonians.
    4. Letters of the alphabet are the figurae that comprise a written word.
    5. If you go out then can I tumpang some letters to be mailed from post box?
  • 例句 lettered
    1. The psychology of the influence of external forms on the conscious reactions of the masses is so far usually considered only when, as often happens, the most fundamental demands are violated; for instance, when objects which are to give the impression of ease are painted in colors which give a heavy, clumsy appearance, or vice versa, when book-bindings are lettered in archaic type which makes the reading of the title impossible for a passer-by, and in many similar antipsychological absurdities which any stroll through the streets of a modern city forces on us.
  • 例句 lettering
    1. The backwards lettering on emergency vehicles makes it possible to read in the rear-view mirror.
    2. His distinctive, frenetic minimalism, condensed lettering and rebuslike signature (“H. Kurtz,” with a little figure of a “man” at the end) were developed during the course of this strip.
    3. On a recent afternoon a work crew and crane were affixing the tall lettering to the side of the team’s new stadium, just off the autobahn in Sinsheim, a few miles from Hoffenheim.
    4. The lettering on the sign made it clear that intruders were unwelcome.
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