- take into one's arms 揽;
- take on 承担; 呈现; 雇用; 录用;
Michael knelt next to her and scooped her into his arms.
The President absolved his officers and took the blame upon himself.
He would take her in his arms and soothe her.
It would be wrong for us to take all the credit.
She took her in her arms and tried to comfort her.
Ricky kept his arm round her waist.
She clasped her child to her bosom.
He slipped his arm around her waist and urged her away from the window.
He kept his arm round her waist.
She led him to an armchair, with her arm round his shoulder.
Let's drum up some buyers for our new products.
Not infrequently does the Company take on good - record graduates.
Her arms lapped her little son in.
She twined her arms round [ around ] me.
她用手臂 揽 住我.
Later, thinking these incidents over, I felt less inclined to shoulder all the blame.
后来, 我重新考虑这些事情时, 觉得不应该把责任揽在自己身上.
to be a long-term hired hand; take in work
canvass business order; take in work
(of hotels,restaurants) attracts customers or passengers
arrogate power to oneself; grasp at authority
grasp beautiful scenes
assume overall responsibility;take on everything