- n.相识的人( acquaintance的名词复数 ); 熟人; 对…有了解; （与某人）认识
I have a large circle of friends and acquaintances engaged in photography.
Claire has a wide circle of friends and acquaintances .
We are the casual acquaintances of a long railway journey.
We are only casual acquaintances.
He has a large circle of acquaintances.
The best information about hotels usually comes from friends and acquaintances who have been there.
A man may have acquaintances all over the world, but very few true friends.
You know, new clothes are best, and so are old acquaintances. I think, you'd better go back.
衣不如新, 人不如旧,依我看来, 你还是回去好些.
It would be a pleasure to renew acquaintances. "
Both peeped and criticized and chattered till they felt like old acquaintances.
The acquaintances she had already formed were unworthy of her.
He and I are not really friends, only nodding acquaintances.
Brezhnev could not forgo extended commentary to several old acquaintances.
He never speaks much , unless among his intimate acquaintances.
She has many acquaintances in the business community.
Apparently, we look down on acquaintances more so than friends.
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