- 【口】(用作嘆詞或當提及某人的不幸時用以表示同情)真倒楣, 真不走運 You failed your driving test, I hear -- hard lines! 聽說你駕駛執照考試沒及格－－真不走運! It's hard lines on those who were beaten in the first round of the competition. 那些在第一輪比賽中就遭到失敗的人真倒楣。
- 奉行強硬路線; 持強硬態度
- 採取強硬立場；走強硬路線 Our government has decided to take a hard line against indoor smokers. 我們的政府已決定對室內吸煙者採取強硬措施。
...appeasement (a conciliatory policy) would be the best course? Situations in which hard-line containment policies would be best? Why? 經過了第一次世界...
正確原文:A controversial Arizona sheriff known fortaking a hard line against illegal immigrants has been stripped of some...
...萬里長城橫亙沙漠之處. I looked out at the empty landscape, at the hard low line of the horizon, and I realised why they had built the...