- an emperor's form of address for a minister 卿;
- a surname 姓;
- a minister or a high official in ancient times 卿;
The eggshells crackled, and the turkey babies fluttered and cheeped and snuggled against me.
Feng Yun - ching asked nervously, sitting up with a start.
Feng Yun - ching and Ho Shen - an were scared to death.
Feng Yun - ching turned round and looked at her wide - eyed.
Feng Yun - ching was doing his best to hold his apologetic smile.
After a moment's hesitation Feng Yun - ching handed over a hundred dollars.
Who should it be but her bosom friend Feng Mei - ching !
那不是别人,却是好朋友 冯眉 卿!
He smiled placatingly and tucked the bills away in his pocket.
Feng Yun - ching's face was flushed as he hastily made this reply.
Ho Shen - an hurriedly assured him, then sat down opposite him.
Feng Meiching shook her head without a word and smiled languidly.
Feng Yun - ching and Ho Shen - an exchanged glances but made no comment.
Feng Yun - ching said nothing but just sat staring blankly.
She suddenly stopped and turned to smile at him.
I remain your dearest husband, Gordon.
英汉 - 翻译样例 - 文学收起实用场景例句
(a term of endearment formerly used between husband and wife or among close friends,later generally used as an affectionate form of address) you
be very much in love