- adj.扭曲的; 斜的; 错误的
- adv.歪斜地; 错误地
His dark hair was all awry.
They may have grown a little awry for want of attention.
Your ( neck ) tie is all awry.
His heavy collar with the teeth marks of many a battle on it was awry.
In other words, the mechanisms that should ensure self - tolerance go awry.
换句话说, 确保 自我 耐受性的机制已经发生错乱了.
He learned the most from the potential deals that went awry.
The ravelled linen around her neck looked like a fashion awry.
But often these forays into the wild go awry.
Pharmacy transactions seem so straightforward. How often could they go awry?
药房交易看上去非常简单明了. 它们的出错率有多高 呢 ?
If awry, you can look back through your logs.
Admittedly, long - range economic forecasting can go spectacularly awry.
诚然, 长期 经济预测可能极其不靠谱.
How often could they go awry?
它们的出错率有多高 呢 ?
Her clothes were all awry.
With this regard their currents turn awry, And lose the name of action.
When the process goes awry , neurodevelopmental disorders , such as mental retardation, dyslexia, or autism may result.
如果这一过程发生错误,神经发展异常, 那么很有可能会造成智力缺陷 、 阅读障碍或者自闭症.
1. turned or twisted toward one side;
"a...youth with a gorgeous red necktie all awry"- G.K.Chesterton
"his wig was, as the British say, skew-whiff"
2. not functioning properly;
"something is amiss"
"has gone completely haywire"
"something is wrong with the engine"
1. away from the correct or expected course;
"something has gone awry in our plans"
"something went badly amiss in the preparations"
2. turned or twisted to one side;
"rugs lying askew"
"with his necktie twisted awry"