- [jiǎng tái]
- rostrum 讲坛，演讲台;
- dais 台，讲台;
- platform 台; 站台; 平台; 纲领;
She was introduced and stepped up to the podium.
The teacher called Dabao to step up the platform.
I must put my thoughts together before I go on the platform.
As the hero stepped off the platform, he was surrounded by several children with bouquets.
The jeers from the crowd caused the speaker to leave the platform.
Each pupil came up to the platform for his prize.
Jane walked boldly up to the platform without faltering.
Microphones were set up in front of the speaker's stand.
Now, do not let them lure you to the hustings, my dear Mr. Brooke.
听着,亲爱的布鲁克先生, 别让人家牵着鼻子走, 把你骗上讲台.
She stalked up to the desk, and delivered a letter from her mother.
Yes. So we put the podium onto the stage.
The twins followed California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the stage.
She walked up to the podium, just like a teacher.
He was hooted down the rostrum by the students.
I felt my legs trembling when I stepped onto the podium.