与天气有关的英语谚语——在国外系列27

发布时间: 2014-01-02 16:22   来源: 北外网院
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天气是外国人迷恋并经久不衰的话题,英语中有许多与天气有关的英语成语,你知道多少你呢?本期呢,小编收集和整理了不少与此相关的经典段子和谚语,一起来看看吧!

跟天气有关的英语俚语
it never rains but it pours 祸不单行
thrown caution to the wind 冒险
a storm in teacup 大惊小怪
twisting in the wind 孤立无援
rainy day 艰难的时刻困境
ill wind that blows nobody any good 有祸也有福有人愁有人喜
every cloud has a silver lining(每一块乌云后面都有银色的一面) 困难中必有希望
bolt from the blue 突如其来的
under the weather 身体不舒服
weather the storm 渡过危机
as right as rain 万事顺利

1. What's up with him today He has a face like thunder!
他今天怎么了?他看着怒气冲冲的。
2. I'm a bit disappointed in John and David. It turned out they were only fair-weather friends.
我对约翰和大卫有点失望,原来他们不过是靠不住的酒肉朋友。
3. We don't have a snowball's chance of winning that contract!
我们根本就没有一点希望能签那份合同。
4. Don't worry about those two arguing. it's just a storm in a teacup.
不用为他俩的争执担心,他们不过是小题大做罢了。
5. The exam was a breeze.
这次考试真是太容易了。
6. We're snowed under at work.
我工作忙得不可开交。
7. They're blowing hot and cold over this issue. It's impossible to know what they want!
他们在这件事情上摇摆不定,根本不可能知道他们到底想要什么!
8. He's always working in his garden - come rain or shine.
他总在花园里干活,风雨无阻。
9. It's going to get very busy on Thursday. Today and tomorrow are just the lull before the storm.
我们周四会很忙的,今天和明天只是暴风雨来临之前暂时的宁静。
10. I don't want to spend this extra money. I'll save it up for a rainy day.
我不想把这些额外收入花掉,我打算存起来以备不时之需。
11. I'm going to see which way the wind blows before asking her about a raise.
我打算先观察一下形势,然后再提加薪的事。
12. You'll steal her thunder if you wear that dress tonight!
如果你今晚穿那条裙子,你会抢了她的风头的!
13. I'm feeling a bit under the weather at the moment.
14. This recession is quite serious and it's becoming difficult to weather the storm.
这次经济衰退很严重,很难扛过去啊!

 

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