- n.大建筑物; 知识的结构
- 复数: edifices;
This edifice will bring increase the city's might and magic, making it unusually powerful and prosperous.
Meanwhile the floors tie the inner frame to the outer one, bracing the entire edifice.
Temple: Edifice constructed for the worship of a deity. Features commonly include a sanctuary and an altar.
庙宇: 为崇拜神而建的大建筑. 一般包括一个避难所和祭坛.
He surveyed the edifice from the outside and admired greatly.
It was an imposing edifice.
Europe is more of an edifice of the past than the future, said one Chinese commentator.
In this edifice it was determined I should lodge.
So first find the main characteristic upon which your whole ego edifice rests.
It is an edifice of the transition period.
The legislature is housed in an impressive granite edifice.
Sara saw with rage and pain the edifice of her love destroyed by that man's falseness.
A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt everyday.
Intellectual economy edifice is pillar with industrialization of and high science and technology.
The edifice of legitimations is built upon language as its principal instrumentality.
There is a huge Victorian edifice in the area.
We go into the edifice. I saw so many gift on the stage.
This edifice is not a type.
The Hospice of the Sacred Heart was an enormous edifice, its upper floors in darkness.
But they are still insignificant in the mighty edifice of support.
A grand foundation stone laying ceremony for Asian Packaging Center Edifice was held yesterday.
This song proceeded from the gloomy edifice which towered above the garden.
The edifice of legitimations is built upon languages and uses languages as its principle instrumentality.
But the firm edifice of Roman power was raised and preserved by the wisdom of ages.
Whether this adds up to a cultural renaissance or an edifice contest remains unclear.
He had high ideals in his youth but gradually the whole edifice crumbled.
The American consulate was a magnificent edifice in the centre of Bordeaux.
Their new manifesto hardly threatens to bring the whole edifice of capitalism crashing down.
1. a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place;
"there was a three-story building on the corner"
"it was an imposing edifice"