- bend so as to break 拗;
The trader was obstinate in the negotiation.
He is a difficult old fellow.
Flinging aside the wishes of his parents, the student went abroad for a year before returning to his university.
Victor Henry had never before had a clash of wills with Hopkins.
Videor Henry had never before had a clash of wills with Hopkins.
Previously scientists have only managed to make straight or kinked structures.
It was a sorely needed lesson because I had an inveterate arguer.
Ana wants to return, while Nicolae would rather forge on westward.
The basic features of the transition stage are elaborated in detail.
I was so good to him; I never crossed him.
I need more pictures, so they discussed and practised for a while. What's the next?
我想要更多照片, 于是两位老师互相讨论, 下一组造型拗成啥样?
In 1986 , it limited its franking budget to half the total appropriation for both chambers.
Is the Pingle depression a ramp faults zone or a huge tectonic window?
It was a sorely needed lesson because I had been an inveterate arguer.
This [ never give in ] character of Anita actually brought her lots of inconvenience.
梅艳芳这种 [ 包拗颈 ] 性格,为她带来过不少不方便.
hard to pronounce;awkward-sounding;speak with a lisp