- abbr.Ireland 爱尔兰共和国;
She gave me an, old - fashioned ` look, ie one expressing disapproval.
她用 古板 的眼光看着我(表示不以为然).
This news programme only covers external events, ie foreignnews.
His powers are failing, ie He is becoming weak.
That man's a general nuisance , ie to most people at most times.
His age is against him, ie is a disadvantage to him.
They lead separate lives , ie do not live or do things together.
He's living at No 4 , ie house number four.
This is a nasty corner, ie is dangerous for cars going fast.
The house was in flames , ie was on fire , burning.
British schoolboys sometimes wear caps, ie as part of their school uniform.
She denied the accusation with some warmth, ie strenuously , forcefully.
She nibbled at a sandwich , ie ate only tiny portions.
The enemy replied to our fire , ie fired back at us.
Nothing could deflate his ego / pomposity , ie make him less self - assured or pompous.
Dawn / The day was breaking , ie Daylight was beginning.
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