- v.赚得( earn的现在分词 ); 挣钱; 生（利）; 获（利）;
Charlie was earning eight pounds, I was earning five.
He was a high-earning broker with money to burn.
He started earning serious money only in the sixties.
He was earning £215 a week before tax: take-home pay, £170.
She was always out earning.
Fines are meaningless to guys earning millions.
Business flourished and within six months they were earning 18,000 roubles a day.
He had shot three people dead earning himself a reputation as a tough guy.
He is all for players earning what they can while they are in the game.
I was doing quite well, but I wasn't earning a lot of money.
It bases its figures on what it might, hypothetically, be earning on past investment.
I was earning a lot of money, but that was not the issue.
What do you want for more money for? Y ou're earning good pay as it is!
The boy has reached an adult age and ought to be earning his own living.
He tried many ways of earning, in the end he became a farm labourer.
Soon, Americans would need to spend "comparatively little time earning a living".
For instance, even though more women than men are still homemakers without paying jobs, women have been taking over more responsibility in the business world, earning higher salaries than ever before and entering fields of work that used to be exclusively male areas.
Instead, she is earning $6500 a day as a model in New York.
2017年高考英语全国卷3 语法填空 原文
Owain James, the president of the National Union of Students NUS, argued that the increase is evidence of student hardship – young people are being forced into earning money before finishing their education.
2015年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Sarah was told that she could be Britain's new supermodel earning a million dollars in the new year.
2017年高考英语全国卷3 语法填空 原文收起真题例句