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EN[ˈpɹsn̩] [ˈpɝsən] [ˈpɜːsən] [-ɜː(ɹ)sən]
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個人

    Examples of person in a Sentence

  • 例句 person
    1. but he positively said he must first "go "to Paris, as he wanted many auxiliaries to his toilet, only to be met with there, and he must have every thing proper to adonize his person on this important occasion.
    2. In some jurisdictions, it is illegal to fire a person for blowing the whistle on an employer.
    3. to blow up a person for some offence
    4. Travel broadens a person's horizons.
    5. Death by drawing and quartering usually dismembered the condemned person.
    6. to distrain a person by his goods and chattels
    7. I should know that person's name, but I'm drawing a blank.
    8. They used raw meat to draw the beast out of the cave.  She's really a neat person if you just take the time to draw her out. ‎
    9. to erode a person's trust
    10. I'm not into that one-night thing. I think a person should get to know someone and even be in love with them before you use them and degrade them - Steve Martin - Saturday Night Live
  • 例句 people
    1. He’s using people in a nonloving fashion to serve the purpose of his argument.
    2. Most people in Hollywood actually have nonmovie jobs.
    3. To put it in nonstatistical terms, a lot of people are dying.
    4. When I was a child, it was a very nonvisual universe, and people with a sense of the visual were not respected."
    5. Why do you act so prudish whenever you see nude people?
    6. Before removing objectionable material, you'll have to decide what will offend people.
    7. The main difference between people seems to be, that one man can come under obligations on which you can rely, — is obligable; and another is not. — Emerson.
    8. When you speak clearly, people understand you. If you don't mumble, the obverse effect is observed.
    9. There were thirty-odd people in the room. ‎
  • 例句 persons
    1. "It conferred on all Hottentots and other free persons of colour lawfully residing in the Colony, the right to become burghers, and to exercise and enjoy all the privileges of burghership.
    2. [ …] I believed her to have been carried off by some persons belonging to a party of Jacobites who were known to be caballing against the government, though to what extent was not then ascertained.
    3. God is no exceptor of persons; a soul is a soul, whether it be the soul of a pontiff, a king or a sage, or the soul of the unborn babe of the last woman of the people.
    4. As persons, therefore—gigantic individualities—they wheeled into the feudal ranks and assumed feudal powers and responsibilities.
    5. All manner of persons participate. ‎
  • 例句 personed
    1. three-personed God
相关连结:
  1. en persons
  2. en personal
  3. en personally
  4. en personality
  5. en personage
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